Country Living Series

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Prayer request

I received an email from a reader who mentioned that columnist Michelle Malkin's cousin has gone missing.


I don't know Ms. Malkin but I've been a great admirer of her writing for many years.

Please pray for the safety of this young woman. I also urge you to spread the word and her photograph - details are on the linked website above.

8 comments:

  1. Thank you so very much for joining the effort to find this young lady, this precious life who is so loved. I don't know the family, but have read the article at Michelle Malkin's blog. Because I'm a mother, my heart aches for all of them, and our family is indeed praying for God to restore Marizela to her family, safe and healthy. Praying and believing, as we learned both in Mark 11:22-26 and by experience. I think there's a chance your post could lead to the reunion of Marizela with her family because of your relative proximity to the place of her disappearance, and because you have asked people to pray. And we know what that means, don't we? So, BIG THANK YOU.


    This is a good opportunity to thank you for writing your blog (since I didn't see a post entitled "Post Your Gratitude Here". Our family has really enjoyed viewing it the past few weeks that we've known about it. We are in transition, living on only one desert acre now, but learning by doing what we can with small gardens, chickens and goats, and seeking a place with more space, water, privacy, green and freedom. We know that God is making this happen and is preparing us.


    Your recent bovinical (like it?) posts are where we jumped in here. We don't have a lot of blog reading time, but when something as relevant to our family's "thang" as Rural-Revolution appears, then it becomes home school curriculum, and prep material for our destination. Feelin' the gratitude!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Praying for her safe return. I have put it on my face book.

    ReplyDelete
  3. If you do a search on "rainier beach crime" you will come up with some interesting hits. Sounds like an area that "looks" safe, but has underlying problems.

    I hope that she is allright.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Matt 18:19
    19 "I also tell you this-if two of you agree down here on earth concerning anything you ask for, my Father in heaven will do it for you
    TLB

    I am praying in agreement with all of you for her safe return.
    Steve

    ReplyDelete
  5. Michelle Malkin is a great American. I'll read her website and then say a prayer for her cousin. Thanks for the heads-up.

    Anonymous Patriot
    USA

    ReplyDelete
  6. I can only try to imagine the pain and terror of the family of an adult child who has gone missing. I will pray for her, for her family, and to soften the hearts of those who took her if that is what happened. May she be returned to her family safe soon.

    Bill Smith

    ReplyDelete
  7. I seen a video of Michelle being abused and threatend by people who stood a good 18 inches taller than her and of course outweighed her by a easy 60 pounds. She is a courageous American and I wish her well.

    ReplyDelete
  8. The father of a missing college woman says his daughter -- or someone using her AOL instant messenger account -- logged on to a computer Wednesday, the Seattle Times reports.

    Edgar Perez, whose 18-year-old daughter Marizela disappeared March 5, said family members noticed activity on the young woman's AOL instant messenger account Wednesday night.

    Perez reportedly said relatives in Connecticut noticed that the woman's screenname was lit up, indicating that she or someone else had logged on to her account on the popular instant messaging system.

    "They saw she's online," Perez told the newspaper. "We're not sure it's her or someone else logged on. Hopefully, she's sending messages to friends. Hopefully, she's the one who logged on."

    Marizela Perez, a student at the University of Washington, was reportedly carrying her laptop when she was last seen almost two weeks ago at a Safeway store in Seattle.

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/03/18/mystery-surrounding-college-womans-disappearance-deepens-activity-reported-aol/#ixzz1Gy6kqkk7

    ReplyDelete