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George Affeldt

The family and congregation of long-time GCI pastor George Affeldt request your prayers for George, who currently pastors GCI’s church in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

George Affeldt
George Affeldt

Last week, George fell and his wife, Jacki, could not get him up, so she called 911. He was transported to the hospital, where a CT scan revealed a kidney stone lodged between his kidney and bladder, causing serious infection.

George has been in ICU for several days. He is stable, though there is concern about his kidneys. The doctors found kidney cysts and stones. Though they are not ruling out dialysis, they are hoping his kidneys will function on their own.

It is anticipated that George will be in the hospital for a couple of weeks. Please keep him, his family and his congregation in your prayers.

Cards may be sent to:

George and Jacki Affeldt
508 North Marquette Avenue
Sioux Falls, SD 57110-5736

9 thoughts on “George Affeldt”

  1. Howdy George! Sorry to hear you are going through this. You’ll be in our thoughts and prayers. Hang in there. God bless. Ray and Carol Meyer

  2. Dear George and Jacki,
    My prayers are with you constantly. Please know that our congregation will be remembering you during this trial.
    With loving concern, Don

  3. Hey George–It was really nice seeing you in Orlando this summer after all these years. We pray you get well really soon!

    Dave and Hinka

  4. George and Jacki, please know that Donna and I are praying for George’s rapid recovery. God bless.

  5. Dearest George and Jacki,
    Linda and I want to extend our heart felt concern for you during this problem, and our prayers are offered up on your behalf to God for a strong and speedy recovery.

    God Bless you both, prayers from us both,
    David and Linda Husmann

  6. George, Our Minot Congregation is praying for your total, speedy recovery. Surgay Kalamaha was telling us of your illness. Each individual in our congregation will also be praying for you. Thank you for your many years of service and may God continue to bless you.

  7. George!! What bad timing. Spring training around the corner and we need your 390′ pokes over the left field fence and your nasty “ducking & diving & floating” 10 mph underhand knucleball, ACER. Praying for you and Jacki. Get well soon. The celebration suds are being chilled. LUV YA!!!

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