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On Monday, April 27, Director of Nursing Kasey Martinez posted to social media, asking for a community-wide prayer session for Post Nursing and Rehab Center.
“Let’s come together as a community and praise God for all His blessings and for the Blood of Jesus to continue to protect the residents and staff,” Martinez wrote in the Facebook post.
That’s why on Tuesday, April 28, resident’s families gathered outside of the nursing home to pray.
With prayer commencing at 5:30 p.m., Martinez said her main motive for hosting the session was to ask for protection of the residents and staff during the pandemic.
“We wanted to pray the Blood of Jesus over the nursing home and for the COVID-19 virus to remain out of the nursing home,” Martinez said.
Individuals were encouraged to park in the parking lot, on the sides of the building and even in the back of the building to participate.
Martinez, as well as other Post Nursing and Rehab staff, made sure proper preventative measures were in place such as social distancing.
“Everyone needs to remain in their vehicles,” Martinez reminded in her post. “If you are walking, wear a mask and practice social distancing.”
Martinez reminds that through togetherness, although physically apart, prayers are answered.
“In scripture it says that when two or more come together in agreement that mountains are moved, miracles happen and prayers are answered,” Martinez said.