Jim Kissee

We’ve been praying for GCI pastor Jim Kissee and his wife Kaye. Jim has been battling cancer for about 20 months—going through two major surgeries and two lengthy courses of radiation.

Jim Kissee

Just recently, a team of specialists reviewed Jim’s case. One oncologist thought he saw on a CT scan a type of tumor that is typically fast-growing, though he is not sure. Jim will have another scan on September 12 to confirm or disprove the observation. As Jim noted, “though this is a little disconcerting, I am thankful for the thorough review.” Jim also expressed his thanks for your prayers and encouragement.

Cards may be sent to:

Jim and Kaye Kissee
601 N. 36th St
Nixa, MO
65714-7558

8 thoughts on “Jim Kissee”

  1. Dear Jim,

    I just thought of you a few days ago. Do know that we continue to pray for God’s mighty intervention. In this life we face many struggles and challenges, but the Lord promises to see us through every circumstance. We are also praying for Kaye.

    With love,
    Santiago and Elke

  2. Jim,
    Just wanted you to know that Pat and I are praying for you and Kaye knowing you are in good (make that the best hands) hands possible. Know we love you and Kaye and the family. God bless.
    Paul and Pat Kurts

  3. Jim And Kaye,
    Your faithfulness to God in this time of great trial is an inspiration to us all. My prayers are with you and your family. Jim Lee.

  4. Dear Jim and Kaye,

    You are in my thoughts and prayers asking God’s loving and and healing mercies are with you. Keep up! our loving Father is in us always and in every circunstance.

    Blessings and Love,

    Pedro

  5. Jim and Kaye,

    We want to add our names to the growing list of those who are praying for you.

    Wishing you peace and every blessing!

    Don & Alix

  6. Dear Kissees, just know that our prayers are continually with you. And we remember & thank God for His promises & faithfulness……
    Love, Sniffens & COF/GCI Memphis Congregation.

  7. Praying for you, Kaye, and the family. Kathy and I had and are having battles with this dreaded disease and treatments. Hopefully, things get better soon.

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