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John Moskel’s wife

Please pray for Shirley Moskel, wife of GCI pastor John Moskel. Shirley is in the final stages of small-cell carcinoma in her lungs and liver. Radiation treatments and chemotherapy were discontinued in January.

Her oncologist is a good friend of hers, having worked together with her at Lexington Medical Center several years ago. He promised that she would be made as comfortable as possible.

She has recently been placed on hospice care at home. Her hospice nurse has estimated that she may live for another few weeks. We would request your prayers on her behalf, as she is encountering a great deal of pain at this time, in spite of being on a pain pump and taking additional pain medications. She is conscious and fairly alert, though experiencing some mental confusion and anxiety. But her sights are firmly set on the Kingdom of God.

Cards may be sent to:

John & Shirley Moskel
130 Youpon Drive
Lexington, SC 29073


5 thoughts on “John Moskel’s wife”

  1. Our hearts go out to you folks, but sometimes I wish I was as close to glory as Shirley is! Jesus loves you!

  2. Our hearts go out to you during this most difficult time. We know that the Spirit understands the deep emotions that our words cannot properly express. We will pray for comfort and encouragement.

    The Lord is with you!

    In Christ,

  3. Shirley and John,

    Draw strength,knowing that God is right there with you, for He has promised that He will never leave nor forsake you. He keeps His promises, for He loves His children. Asking that He give you both the peace of mind, comfort & care needed for this, the most difficult part of your journey.

    Ted & Lila

  4. John & Shirley,

    Our Orr, MN congregation is praying that our Merciful God will comfort and strengthen you through this trial. He is alive and promises to never abandon you in your hour of need.


  5. Our prayers are with you at this time. We pray for God’s love to surround you and give you peace. Yes, our hope is Christ in us. His mercies endure forever and He is faithful to His word. May God continue to bless and keep you at this time. Keep your eyes on Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith. Heb 12:2 He is able to provide what you need at this time.

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