David Sheridan

Prayer is requested for GCI-Canada Pastor David Sheridan who suffered a massive heart attack on November 24. Thankfully, his daughter, a trained medic, was with him at the time, and gave David CPR while waiting for the ambulance to arrive. Though David was clinically dead for nine minutes, he revived before being rushed to the hospital where it was determined that David’s aorta was 100% blocked. A catherization was performed and the doctors say David may now need a triple, or even quadruple, bypass operation.

Cards may be sent to:

David Sheridan
101 Cramond Close SE
Calgary, AB T3M 1C1

9 thoughts on “David Sheridan”

  1. Dear Family,

    Whenever we, and those whom we love, experience terrible blows in this our fallen world we struggle to find appropriate words as we reach out in the hope of being able to find comfort and consolation in the reality of Jesus. As Christians we trust in the healing touch of the One who created us and the One who loves us so deeply that He was willing to die for us so that we may live forever. In this age we will encounter pain and mortality but in the age to come we will experience unimaginable joy.

    We pray that the Lord may grant you peace and assurance, even in the face of deep sadness.

    With love,
    Santiago and Elke

  2. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We are happy that you made it throught this critical time and pray that you will have a complete recovery.
    Much love to you and your family

  3. Praying for your speedy healing! Thank God, your daughter is heaven sent to be on your side at that time.

  4. So sorry to read about your heart attack, David. May our loving Father bless you with a speedy and positive recovery.
    I have fond memories of the time we met in St John’s in 1979. Prayers and best wishes for you and all the family.

  5. Hello Dave–you have been such a good example of physical fitness over the years so we have good hopes you will pass this test. They need you in Calgary so we are praying for good results. You have been a faithful servant lo these many years and I remember your years serving in NL with fondness–how Providential your daughter was there indicating the Man Upstairs has his eye on you–blessings and prayer–Neil and Susan

  6. Thanks to God, and your daughter, that we are still talking to you, David! We are in your corner with them in prayer that you will again have a strong heart and circulation, and continue your service to our Lord.
    Love in HIM Hazel & JR

  7. David we love you and yours, may God Almighty heal and bless you and yours my brother .
    Carlton, Judy

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