I heard about them earlier through a Tweet from Dr. Phil. Such a heartbreaking story.
Saw this on Angie's blog, too, Greg. Praying. So much.Janine
Greg, I am walking this road now... my 3 year old son has brain and spine cancer... I will keep Kate and her family in my daily thoughts and prayers. I have no idea why God chose our families to go through this but I pray that He watches over our children, that He helps us to make the best decisions possible for our sweet children and that He helps us to deal with everything that we have to endure...You can read about Mikey on my Blogspot Blog, http://chrissiesthinkingspot.blogspot.com or on Mikey's Caring Bridge page at http://caringbridge.org/visit/mikeymikew
I came across them the night before the surgery. One of my cousins passed away 8 years ago from a brain tumor and it was his birthday on Thursday as well as the anniversary of his death tomorrow. He was 22. I thought about her yesterday as I also have a five year old and could not imagine. May God be with them!Michele
Praying right now for them, and the Dr's. God show yourself mightily. Protect Kate and give the family peace that passes all understanding at this time. In God's Love, sheila
do you guys know how the family is doing and how the little girl is doing, we went down this road with our 1 year old, she is doing wonderful today but i am still praying for this family. you can email me at blessed firstname.lastname@example.org thee is ANY news, thanksginger
Hello. You don't know me...and probably never will. However, I have visited your site several times. Selah is one of the first groups that I have followed and felt genuine connections to. I saw them for the first time when Nicole was still singing...although it was towards the end of her connection. ANYWAY...that is how I first found you. Today I still follow your page and Angie's page as a result of my love for your families and the work you do and the search that my heart is still working on. I did watch the video of this wonderful couples struggle and was wrenched with pain for them. I am a mother of 4 young children and couldn't imagine watching that precious child of yours go through such pain and struggle. Then yesterday I was asked by God to do just that. My own 6 year old with much the personality that they describe Kate as having had a severe accident and we were forced to rush to the ER. Thankfully it was nothing that some immediate care and several stitches couldn't fix. But I had to stand beside her and watch her suffer and cry and feel the extreme pain and short of holding her and crying with her and talking to her...there was nothing that I could do. This family has remained on my mind and my heart. Their journey is one that I am keeping my heart closely connected to. This disease is a facet of life that is so dispicable...especially when it ails such beautiful young spirits.Rebecca Parrish...KY
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