Golf Course Road Church to show support for MMH and workers

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Editor’s Note: The Reporter-Telegram works with local churches trying to highlight and thank those who work at Midland Memorial Hospital. The specific initiative is “Midland Loves our Healthcare Community – A Midland Pastors Initiative.

This week we heard from Allan Stanglin, Senior Minister of Golf Course Road Church of Christ. Here are the details of what Church of Christ golf course officials are planning. They welcome anyone from participating churches interested in joining the GCRCC family.

The event will take place from 2-3 pm Sunday.


“As the mountains surround Jerusalem, so the Lord surrounds his people. Just as the Lord surrounds His people, His people surround the Midland Memorial Hospital, ”Stanglin wrote.

In his message to the Midlanders, Stanglin added, “Thank you for joining the churches of Midland as we support health care providers in our community and lift them up to our God in prayer. Please park in the free Garfield and Michigan parking lot and begin your prayer walk in the courtyard near the main entrance to the hospital. Using the sidewalks, circle the perimeter of the hospital at your own pace, stopping occasionally to read the scriptures and pray.

1 – Main entrance, among the benches and tables of the Abell-Hanger court

Read James 5: 13-16 aloud.

Pray for the sick, those who are suffering here in MMH and throughout our city.

Ask God to provide His merciful gifts of healing, comfort, and peace

2 – Helicopter area, west side, near Kent and Andrews Highway, look for the windsock

Read Psalm 62: 1-2, 5-8 aloud.

Pray for all the health care providers you know personally, by name.

Doctors, nurses and health care workers in your family, your church, your personal providers.

Ask God to give them strength and rest, to assure these good people of his loving presence.

3 – Employee entry, south side, Illinois and O Street

Read Psalm 31: 1-5, 9-10, 14 aloud.

Pray for all healthcare providers at MMH and throughout our Midland-Odessa community.

Ask the Lord to bless them with security and good health and financial relief.

Pray for the wisdom and knowledge of our doctors and nurses, for increased compassion and patience. Pray for more faith and trust in the Lord, and for his peace.

4 – Texas Tech Physicians Center, east side, rue N

Read Philippians 4: 4-9 aloud.

Pray for the town of Midland and our community as a whole.

Ask God to bless us all with healing and peace, with Christian unity and unity.

Pray for encouragement, hope, and a spirit of cooperation and mutual love.

Stanglin reminds Reporter-Telegram readers of the following quote from Oswald Chambers: “Prayer does not equip us for greater works; prayer is the greatest work.


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