Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Hi Angie. Sorry I haven't emailed you or had comments on your blog posts. We had a bad weekend here in Seminole, FL. Our community and specifically the parents of 4 young men in this area need your prayers. Please pray for the families of Joey Ruzecki, Keith MacCollom, Nathan Richardson and LaShawn Smith. They were killed Friday night in a horrific car accident. Joey, Keith and Nathan all attended Seminole High School which is the school my son EJ graduated from in 2007. EJ is also best friends with Joey's older brother Kyle and Keith's older brother Cameron. This has been horribly tragic for everyone in this tight community. The good news is 1 boy Corey LePore did survive the accident, however he is taking the deaths of his friends pretty badly. Here is the links to the stories that have run in our local papers. Thank you so much for the prayers, they are desperately needed!
Click HERE and HERE to read the story online. Love ya, Nina

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posted by Angie Seaman at 6:06 PM |


At May 3, 2009 at 1:37 PM, Blogger Tiffany said........
Hi Angie, Thank you so much for stopping by my blog. It led me here! This blog is fantastic and I will certainly keep these families in my prayers. Thank you for sharing so we can be a body of believers lifting each other up!


At May 3, 2009 at 6:44 PM, Blogger Lisa said........
This happened at my 2 daughters' high school a few years ago. Four boys were killed in a horrific accident coming back from a playoff game that was out of town. It is devastating for a community to have to go through this. I will keep this in my prayers.

This blog is intended for those individuals requesting prayer for themselves or someone they know who needs prayer as well. Whether we know you personally or whether you are just a passer by on this blog, we would love to lift you or someone you know up in prayer.

Do you have a praise? If so, we'd love to hear about that and share Gods blessings as well. The bible states that for two or more people who come together in agreement of prayer will have their prayers answered. Therefore, this place is our place to lift one another up when prayer calls all while knowing that there are not just two but hundreds of us in agreement.

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In His Grip,
Angie Seaman