Jacki Affeldt, wife of George Affeldt (pastor of GCI’s congregation in Sioux Falls, South Dakota) was hospitalized recently, suffering with severe pancreatitis and gall stones. Jacki underwent surgery, which was successful, though followed by heart palpitations.
Thankfully, Jacki is now stable and the heart doctor feels she can be released within a couple days. Once she has healed from the pancreatitis, they will deal with her gall stones.
Update (1/7): We’ve learned that Jacki is now back home from the hospital. Although it will take a bit of time to get her strength back, she is doing well. Thanks for the prayers!
Cards may be sent to:
Jacki and George Affeldt
508 N Marquette Ave
Sioux Falls, SD 57110-5736
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So sorry to hear of your recent health trials. Please know that both of you are loved and in our prayers. So thankful for your many years of service and sacrifice for your congregations(s).
With deep love and respect,
God has promised to never leave nor forsake us. What great comfort that is at times like these. Many prayers are going up for you.
Dear George and Jacki,
Our prayers are with you both and we hope Jacki will have a quick recovery. Ray and Carol Meyer
Dear Jacki and George, our dear friends, may we let you know of our concern and that we are offering up prayers on your behalf! We ask for your speedy and complete healing while you work your way thru this with Jesus’ help. In Christian love, David and Linda Husmann.
Prayers continue for you, dear Jackie and George… with love and blessings, Ross and Tammy.
Nancy and I are praying for you. We miss you and George.
Ken and Nancy
Dear George and Jackie. So glad that the surgery was a success. You both have been a special part of our lives and are in our thoughts and prayers. Will have both churches praying for you. Love, Richard and Joyce.
We are sorry to hear about your being hospitalized. Do hope and pray with the arrival of each new day you will continue to improve.
May God Bless
Grace Covenant Fellowship
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