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Help Find Missing Friend Lynn Messer

Friends, I am asking you to please join me in praying for friend, Lynn Messer. Lynn has been missing since July 8.  She is from Festus, Missouri which is in Ste. Genevieve County

Days continue to pass and there is no new information on Lynn. It is heartbreaking. Please pray her home. Pray for her safety. Someone has to know something. This precious woman did not just disappear. If you have any information about Lynn at all you can contact the police in Ste. Genevieve County.

You may not know Lynn. You may not live in or even near our area, but what you can do is pray. You can help in getting the word out. You can share her photo and information. The more who know about her story the more can pray and possibly come together in helping to bring Lynn home. You can saturate the floors of heaven with your prayers. You can visit the FB page that has been created for Lynn. You can share with your friends and church family. {Like} her FB page and continue to receive updates on Lynn. Prayer is powerful, friends.

Lynn is a sweet, beautiful, woman of God. Please pray for the Messer/Rayfield family. I cannot imagine what they are facing. This is a trial that truly brings you to the edge of everything you believe. This is a faith filled family. Lynn is friend, mother, wife, sister, daughter, and aunt. She is truly so much to so many. She is that lovely woman next door that you want to chat with over coffee. Once you meet Lynn you immediately see her sweet spirit.

Here is a number created for a tip line: The public can call 573-883-5820 at extension 27463

This woman of God is so inspiring. She loves the Word of God. She's one of those girls you could talk with for hours and simply share Jesus. She is truly a beautiful woman with a spirit that brings such calm. 

Pray for her safe return home. I have added her photo and link to the FB page to the side bar of my blog. Just click on any highlighted area and it will take you directly to her page. This page will give you all of the information you need and will keep you updated. Please, pray Lynn Messer, home. 

Comments

Steve Patterson said…
I pray for a resolution for God's will to be done in this issue. She is in God's hands. (CourageousChristianFather.com)
BobDixon@reagan.comDixon said…
My family and I are fervently praying for Lynn's safety and her safe return to her family. Sadly I just learned of the family tragedy when I received a letter of concern from a group of Pastors. Kerry and Lynn's ministry has long been admired by me and my family. Friends, please pray her home!

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