Happy Thanksgiving

  • Happy Blessed Thanksgiving to YOU and YOURS Dear Patsy!! XOXO The Chicago Nurses…Char and Lois!!

  • You are adorable. Happy Thanksgiving, Patsy.

    “I thank my God in all my remembrance of you…”

    Much love,
    Patricia

    • Dot Quaid

      Patricia, that is one of my favorite Bible verses…brings back memories…bless you and yours :o)

  • Lucy LeForge

    May the Lord bless you, too, Patsy.

  • Dot Quaid

    You are such a doll! Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, as well! There is so much to be thankful for this year – the answers to prayer for those who have been ill and healed by our Lord, even if they’re only with us for a short while longer, the joyous growth of our families ( I love grandkids!), the absolute pleasure of being able to spend a weekend with a few thousand of my sisters in Christ at a Women of Faith conference, watching a colorful Fall turn into winter white, my toes toasty in a pair of New Zealand bed socks (would you like a pair?)…and always, the love of my friends, my family and my Lord. Hallelujah!

  • Sheila Sweet

    Happy Thanksgiving Patsy! I am grateful that God has put your and your faith in my life to guide me and lead me on this wonderful walk with Jesus. I was at WOF in Hartford and just love listening to you.

    Many blessings to you.

  • Thank you Patsy for your heart for the LORD. I pray your Thanksgiving is a great blessing.

  • Dawn

    Thanksgiving with my husband, daughters and grandson…It doesn’t get any better!
    Praising God for ALL my blessings, even the ones I don’t understand yet. Happy Thanksgiving, Patsy!

  • Happy Thanksgiving Patsy to you and your family and to all of the Women of Faith people.

    My Women’s Sunday School class just finished studying one of your books. Loved it, even when it made me sit and think and discect my feels and emotions.

  • HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL THE CLAIRMONT FAMILY!!

    From soggy, cold, Michigan….

    Love you tons Patsy!

  • Kelly Bradshaw

    You are a blessing! Honestly, a little crazy too – which is probably why you touch me. Thank you for taking the time to reach out to all of us. It means a LOT. Have a Happy!

  • Clara Dvorak

    HAPPY THANKSGIVING SWEET PATSY! MAY GOD GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR MINISTRY TO ALL OF US. YOUR SIS IN JESUS, CLARA

  • Patsy, I was just blessed so much in Hartford, CT last weekend when hearing you share Christ at work in your life….thank you so much for the stories, prayers and encouragement. I want to be just like you when I grow young!

  • Okay Dot tell me about these toasty socks… you have my attention. 😉

  • Sherrie

    Hoping your Thanksgiving was fully blessed with family and friends surrounding you!

  • Dear Patsy,
    I too went to WOF in Hartford and was so glad to meet you and thank you for your wonderful ministry, you encourage and teach me. Flew home to warm sunny Florida on Sunday after Church. My MASS church family is so special to me and I am grateful for their years of friendship and love. You too encourage and teach me and I thank you again.
    Hope you had a fabulous day as we did with 7 at the table. My husband woke up Wed barely able to walk, so we scrambled to find a chiropracter. Hard when you don’t know the area too well yet. A little better each day. I will pray for your “boys” too, for strength and expecially ease of pain.
    Blessings to you and yours as you rest (?) after your year of service.

  • Rita Grim

    Hello again Patsy,
    Happy Thanksgiving to you and Les. I was at my first WOF Conference, Over the Top in St. Paul, MN. this year. I was blown away. It truly was Over the Top. I could relate to you in every way, as far as the anxiety and panic. I suffered a major heart attack in 2002 at the age of 50. Every day since then, I have been working with doctors trying to figure out why my chest hurt, and other problems that developed as time went on. Things just kept escalating and I was getting sicker and sicker. Finally this summer I was diagnosed with Health Anxiety and Panic Disorder and put on meds. So…………….when you said to pop a pill, I was right there with you. As you talked about your agoraphobic time, my sister who was sitting next to me, reached out and put her arm around me and said I didn’t know it could be like that for you. Now I am not agoraphobic, but I do panic and feel like you described. Thank you for showing me it is ok to take pills that will help me and it is okay to talk about it. I am enough.
    Thank you, Patsy for speaking about this and letting others know about a terrible illness that can take away your life if not treated.
    Thank you and God bless you.