Please pray for Floyd Lovelace


My wife’s grandfather is like a grandfather to me. We are an incredibly close family. This morning he was found in the yard of his home without a pulse. The paramedics were able to restart his heart but he is only breathing through the help of a ventilator. All of us in the family are gathered here in the ICU waiting room.

Floyd is a wonderfully godly man who I not only love but who I desire to be like. Please pray that the doctors would have great intelligence as they deal with him. Please also pray that all of the family would experience God’s great peace and would also be able to bring honor to the Lord as we go through this time. Please pray specifically for Floyd’s wife, Mary Jane. They have been married for 58 years and this is very difficult for her, as can be expected.

Micah is a husband to Tracy & a daddy to Grace, Kessed & (soon to be) Haddon. He’s Senior Pastor at Brainer Baptist Church in Chattanooga, TN. Most of all, he’s a debtor to grace.

12 thoughts on “Please pray for Floyd Lovelace

  1. We’ll be praying for ya’lls peace through this. If there are any health questions, I am a respiratory therapist in the secular world and would be happy to help ya’ll to understand what may be going on and the decisions that will need to be made in the upcoming hours and days.

    In His Word,
    Scott

  2. Thanks everyone for your prayers. Floyd went home to be with Jesus this morning. Please continue to pray for our family. We are celebrating the fact that he is walking with the Lord today, but we are hurting knowing that we won’t see him again until eternity.

  3. Tracy, the ladies from your bible study are praying for your hurting heart right now. I am so sorry for the loss you feel. I know your grandfather has been a huge part of your life and the girl’s lives as well. I am praying for all of you as you suffer this loss of the spiritual leader in your family.

    blessings, debi frazier

  4. We are so sorry to hear about your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. May God comfort you and your family.
    Blessings, Shawn & Kathy Griffin

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