May 02, 2007

Heather's Brain Surgery Tomorrow ~ Please Pray

If you want to see the face of courage in adversity, check out Heather's blog. She is a bright and shining example of God's love and grace. You just can't get more plugged in and secure than that. She shows us how difficulties and even death can be faced with joy and peace: with Jesus.

Please remember to pray for her tonight and tomorrow. Lift up her three children, her parents, her husband Mark, and all those who know and love her.

"I can only imagine... "

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My Boaz's Ruth said...


*cries* that song was played at the funeral of a coworker's wife recently.

JocelynDixon said...

Wow, Heather sure is an encouragement to a lot of people. May God's hand be upon her today!

With Love,
JocelynAnd, Pixie has a name!


Sprittibee said...

Thanks for praying! ;)



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