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  1. Kevin ringo on July 10, 2011 at 7:47 am

    Our family is praying for your family….we are new at the church but it is plainly visible the impact of your ministry. You are greatly loved and missed by all. May his peace be abundant as you recover. God is doing great things at Meadow.



  2. Sherry Robbins on July 5, 2011 at 7:47 pm

    Welcome Home, Amy!!! Now your healing can really begin. Being in your own home has to make you feel better. I’m sure Jeff will be a great “nurse”, hat or no hat. Plus…you’ve got your entire church family to fill in the gaps when needed. I love you, my sister, and will continue to pray for a swift recovery for you. God is so good – even in the hard times and trials. Thank goodness He’s in control and not us. Hope to see you soon.



  3. Charles & Marilyn on July 5, 2011 at 5:58 pm

    I LOVE THE LORD, PRAISES GO TO OUR HEAVENLY FATHER FOR THIS DAY WHICH WE ALL HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR. THANK YOU LORD, PASTOR WE’RE HERE AND WAITING TO BE THERE FOR YOU,, CALL US PLEASE FOR ANY THING WE’RE HERE FOR YOUR FAMILY, AMY GOD BLESS YOU MY SISTER GOD LOVES YOU AND SO DO THE HEYWARD’S XOXO <3



  4. Jan Sears on July 5, 2011 at 3:53 am

    Lamentations 3:22-23
    22 Because of the LORD’s great love we are not consumed,
    for his compassions never fail.
    23 They are new every morning;
    great is your faithfulness.

    The word SUNRISE keeps coming to mind as I think of you all – May you see His Love afresh with each sunrise you see!



  5. Dale Adamson on July 4, 2011 at 10:36 pm

    I have been praying for you and Amy and all that your family has been going through. It’s time like these that reminds me of how incomprehensible God’s sovereignty can be. It amazing how you can pray for someone with passion and confidence knowing God will work his marvelous will in every situation. but when it’s someone that you are very fond of and admire deeply, it seems that you can’t pray hard enough. That’s how it has been for me with you. I know that you have so many people praying and you can feel the love all these people have for you and your family, but please know that not only am I praying for you, but many people at Mt Zion are also praying. There is a gentlemen in our SS class who knew Amy’s mom and the class as a whole has been in earnest prayer. I (we) will continue to keep you lifted up.



  6. Jenny Fraser on July 4, 2011 at 10:30 pm

    We are still praying for you all! Praying, for an easy transition for Amy tomorrow, from the hospital to home! I pray for you and the family as you are by her side and care for her! I pray for the children, because I know, they are anxious, for her to be home and will welcome that reassurance, that mommy is okay, and everything is going to be alright!!!! Welcome Home, Amy!!!! Love you all!!



  7. Rosemary Benson on July 4, 2011 at 9:10 pm

    I’m so sorry to hear that Deborah passed, but we can rejoice that she is with Jesus now. No more pain, no more suffering, but ever with the Lord! I am glad to hear that Amy will be able to go home with all of you tomorrow. I’m sure trying to take care of everything will be rough, but I’m also sure that God will give you the grace, mercy & knowledge as you meet each task. You guys are so blessed, and are also such a blessing to everyone else. God will work all these things out. God bless all of you!
    Love to all of you – Rosemary



  8. Rachel Reynolds on July 4, 2011 at 7:43 pm

    I have been so touched by your family and the wonderful messages of Faith that I hear and see through all of you. You Pastor and your church family as well.
    I went through an auto accident 7 years ago and I am reminded so completely by your messages that God had something else for me to do on this Earth or I wouldn’t be here……
    But I didn’t have the support system that you have – it was just me and the Lord … I think that is why I have been so touched by you and your Church Family. It has been so evident that God is there with you through it all. Deborah was a wonderful teacher and we all loved her very much.
    All of you are in my prayers as you walk along this path that has been set before you.



  9. Mary Lewis on July 4, 2011 at 5:17 pm

    Dear Pastor Jeff and Amy,
    I am so glad you are getting to go home.
    We have certainly seen you both walk the talk.
    You are such a blessing to us and we hope to be a blessing to you also.
    God is so good.
    David & Mary



  10. Cary Pittman on July 4, 2011 at 3:52 pm

    White Plains Baptist Church has been praying for you guys and will continue daily. Your family has been a inspiration to this preacher and his congragation as I have been updating them all on your progress. We are here if you ever need anything and love you guys and again your family has been a true inpiration.



  11. Sam & Zack on July 4, 2011 at 12:57 pm

    Welcome back home everybody.We pray that the transfer of Amy would be easy.I suggest calling an ambulance car for her transfer home because such a car is fully equiped to accomodate wheelchairs or even stretchers.Surely Alicia and Landon will be much happier as well as you dear pastor Jeff.I know how the hospital atmosphere is boring mostly to patients’ closest relatives.Please give us the privilege of asking us to participate in helping, may be in providing food at designated days.We look forward to celebrate complete cure of Amy, not forgetting celebration of Deborah who has already ascended to her greatest confort place with Lord Jesus.God bless you,
    Sam & Zack.



  12. Lisa Samples Crowe on July 4, 2011 at 12:37 pm

    Praying for you daily.
    Lisa



  13. Bruce and Daryl on July 4, 2011 at 11:59 am

    Glad to see Amy smiling, just like she always does. We do miss you in choir and still have an empty seat when you are ready to return. Choir is not the same without you.
    To the entire Lyle family: Keep on keeping on.
    Our love and prayers.



    • jefflyle on July 4, 2011 at 2:43 pm

      hope i didn’t mislead anyone – the photo of Amy was taken about 4 years ago. She’s still beautiful but that pic is not from recent days!



  14. Charlotte on July 4, 2011 at 10:37 am

    Hello Miss Amy, Glad you are going home,soon. Just wanted you to know we have been praying for you and your family. Hope to see you soon at the Mall.I will try to have coupons waiting on you.



  15. Ann on July 4, 2011 at 10:25 am

    Hallejuah Jeff, Amy, Alivia, and Landon,
    This will be a lovely wonderful day for all four of you….howbeit may not be the most comfortable for Amy…(this too will pass). (Too simplistic? perhaps but for want of better words this will have to do.) Your blog in regard to this and the message that Amy never complains of her own injuries and pain, speaks volumes of what we already knew about her….she is an amazing woman and a wonderful example for all of us. I do hope all are aware of this and emulate her bravery…in all situations in their lives. I pray that for myself as well. Her lovely smile is contagious for each of us.
    Her Christlike example is to be emulated and admired.
    Gods special Blessings on each of you. Please tell Amy how much the two of us love her.
    Elmer and Ann



  16. Christine on July 4, 2011 at 10:23 am

    Amy, what a lovely countenance!!



  17. Stephen and Beth Cherepy on July 4, 2011 at 10:01 am

    This wonderful news that Amy is going home on schedule!! Continuing to pray for you all, even little Alex at 6yrs old prays for Mrs. Amy in his evening prayers and when he says his blessings. He prays that God will heal her and we know that He hears those little precious prayers!! A new journey awates you in Lawrenceville, but one that you will be able to share down the road to give glory and praise.



  18. Dan & Joy Willard on July 4, 2011 at 8:37 am

    What a tremendous blessing it has been to sww your blogs regarding Amy’s progress. More importantly, it has been fantastic to see your faith in Christ shine through it all. We are, of course, so sad to see Deborah go home, but glad that she knew the Lord. Deborah taught Joy in Sunday School at Northside years ago, and I can remember the powerful influence she had, through Christ, on all the Ladies. We will continue to pray for the whole family, but especially for Amy’s progress, and your strength, as you and others help her to mend.



  19. glen on July 4, 2011 at 8:34 am

    These will be exciting – and yet scary – firsts for all of us. While flawed, the safety and security of having medical staff on hand is comforting. You will be prepared and able to care for Amy (with or without the Nurse’s hat “fitting”!). Our thoughts are often of you as are our prayers. It was great seeing the kids in Church yesterday and we anxiously await all of your return!!