Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.
And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.
I’m looking forward to seeing some of you at our mission project day this morning in the fellowship hall of FBC, Kentwood. We will meet from nine to noon. There is a job for everyone as we do both local and international missions.
Read the Bible
- Isaiah 2
- Psalm 89: 1-26
- Ephesians 2
Recovery Update: 7/20/18 (11:30 AM)- Amber is doing awesome! All of the medical staff in the ICU keep making comments about how well she is doing. She had a good night last night, they are keeping her very comfortable. She is sitting up in a chair this morning visiting with her Dad and Ashlynn.
Dr. Lang had a little of a challenge at the beginning of surgery because of the scar tissue that had built up from the previous surgery 5 years ago. Once he got past that, he was able to start the intricate removal process of the tumor. As we said before, he feels that he was able to remove the majority of the tumor. Amber being awake and responding to different tasks allowed him to continue deeper into the area of tumor without causing any deficits. They will keep her in ICU for another 24 hours to monitor her closely. We hope to be moved into a room tomorrow. They have been great about letting family members visit with her.
Dr. Lang knows that a majority of the tumor has been removed, but it’s hard to know if it was 100% because of the area he was working in. They will do an MRI today that will confirm the final results of the surgery. Depending on the results of the MRI and tests that will be done on the extracted tumor, they will plan the best possible post-treatment plan for Amber.
We will continue to post recovery updates….
When you don’t know what to do, Pray. Pray until your situation changes. Miracles happen everyday.
Love to all of you from Amber and her family 🙏❤️
Pray for Bro. Darryl Miller’s family. Both his parents are sick and living with one of their daughters. Family members are taking turns caring for then. Caregiving is a very hard job!
Please continue to pray for Howard Williams. He had had ups and downs this week. Howard is a brother to Rufus and Malone.
Please continue to pray for others in our area who are facing long-term sicknesses and their caregivers.
Today is a fantastic day to serve our mighty God!