Mohan Jayasekera hospitalized

Mohan-Jayasekera
Mohan and Nihara Jayasekera

Mohan Jayasekera who pastors a GCI church in Perth, Australia and oversees GCI churches in Sri Lanka, is hospitalized in Perth following what seems to have been a mild stroke. His wife Nihara reports that when Mohan arose in the morning a few days ago, his mouth was drooping and his speech was slurred, so she called for an ambulance. Mohan remains in the hospital for observation and testing. He is mobile and coherent.

We’ll keep you updated on Mohan’s condition and ask for your prayers for Mohan, his family and the churches that he serves.

15 thoughts on “Mohan Jayasekera hospitalized”

  1. Very sorry to hear about Mohan’s health situation. He and his family will be in our prayers, as will the congregations he has been so faithfully serving over so many years.

  2. Dear Mohan and Nihara,

    Saying a prayer of thankfulness for you and a prayer for full recovery soon. With prayers and concern.

  3. Come on Mohan – Sri Lanka are recently crowned T20 World Champions of Cricket – now you have to feel better!

  4. We’re praying for a wonderful person who gives his all to our local Perth (Western Australia)church along with his mission trips into Asia.Get some rest and have a speedy recovery Mohan! We love you because you love us.

  5. Dear Mohan and Nihara

    Thinking of you at this time, and asking that God will intervene as He sees fit. So thankful for the wonderful service and positive impact you have on people.

    Hope you are back to full strength soon.

    Love, Irene and Mark

  6. Hello dear ones, you are in our thoughts and prayers. We know that our Father loves you and will be there with you through these times. He is faithful and His promises are sure. God bless and keep you in His loving hands and heal you by His stripes. Love and best wishes to you and yours.

  7. Dear Mohan,
    May the good Lord heal you from toes to the crown of your head. We will continue to pray with you and Nihara for your full recovery. Warmest regards from Ghana.

  8. We do hope and pray that with the arrival of each new day you are feeling better, receiving the much needed attention that one receives in a hospital, and that you will be fully recovered soon.
    In Christian Love
    Grace Covenant Fellowship
    Birmingham, Alabama

  9. Our dear brother Mohan, you and the family are in our hearts thoughts and prayers.
    We love you.
    Carlton, Judy Green

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