#BringTaylourHome: Franklin Avenue Baptist Church prays for the safe return of missing Taylor Young

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) – It has been 11 days since Taylor Young’s family saw or heard from him. The 25-year-old disappeared while running errands during his lunch break in the South Voss and San Felipe areas.

The search for Young has now spread across several states thanks to #BringTaylourHome trends on social media.

Young’s church family used the Sunday morning service to pray for his safe return.

“Lord, we ask for a special blessing right now for Taylor Young,” one minister prayed. “Lord, we ask You to protect and keep You.”

Young and his family are members of the Franklin Avenue Baptist Church in north Houston. His mother announced her prayer request before church Sunday morning.

“I ask you to hold me and my family up in prayer, because for my child, I will do anything to make her return safely,” said Tiffany Robinson.

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Robinson said in tears and said she had not had any contact with her only child since December 9. She tracked down his phone and found it in some bushes near one. bank in west Houston, but she and the Houston police have yet to find him. or his silver Honda Civic.

“I try not to think about the worst, but I don’t know if Taylor is in custody. I don’t know if Taylor is still alive. I don’t know if Taylor is dead,” Robinson said. “I don’t want to think these things. I just want my baby back home.”

With no basis in his missing person case, Young’s family relies on belief. “Prayer changes everything, and it changes the situation,” says Robinson. “A praying body of people can, I believe, help him get home safely.”

“We couldn’t eat. We couldn’t sleep. All we knew how to do was pray and trust God,” said Young’s aunt, Melissa Lumpkins.

“I love him so much and I pray every day that we find him,” said his grandmother, Patricia Lumpkins.

Young is 5’11 tall, weighs 160 pounds and has tattoos on the front and back of his right calf. If you have seen him or know where he is, his family is asking you to call the HPD missing persons unit at 832-394-1840.

“I love you, and I just need you to stay home with us so we can have a Merry Christmas,” his aunt said. “No Christmas without you. I love you.”

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Dais Johnston

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