Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Battle and Blitz Day 9, April 27

Last year on this day was totally stressful, watching the doctors fight to clear a clot that caused "vena cava syndrome", which kept the ECMO machine from working properly, which jeopardized Chrissie's life.  I've been reading through each post from Chrissie's 31-day battle, and I continue to stand in awe of all God did during that time.  Sometimes it seems impossible that He really did THAT much, but I LIVED it, WITNESSED it first-hand, EXPERIENCED it, and I'm here to proclaim that God is more than we can ever fathom.  He is capable of more than we believe.  The scripture, "With God, all things are possible", really is TRUE.  I hope you'll take time to go read (or re-read) all that God did each day during Chrissie's 31-day battle of 2010.  Her journey is truly miraculous.

This week we are supporting another truly miraculous girl, Taylor Nicole.  My prayer today is that each and every one of you reading this will take a moment to donate just $5 to Taylor Nicole, so that she will be able to go to Israel, as God has called her to.  With God, all things truly are possible, and God is inviting us to join Him in His work.  Let's watch Taylor's funding grow, then we can watch her help heal broken hearts in Israel, in memory of Chrissie!  Taylor is one courageous young lady; please show your support.  Leave a comment on THIS POST to let Taylor know you're praying for her!  Please donate just $5 (or more!) via the Chip In below to send Taylor to Israel!

Day 9 of Mission Boss Your Heart Memorial Blitz, Focus #2:  Mission Mending Broken Hearts in Israel, Taylor Nicole

Day 9 of Chrissie's 31-day battle, April 27, 2010 (complications due to clot that compressed right atrium, not allowing ECMO to work, "vena cava syndrome"; another miracle):  Post 1, Post 2, Post 3, Post 4, Post 5, Post 6, Post 7, Post 8 (oh, the stress!), Post 9, Post 10, Post 11, Post 12, Post 13 (miracle), Post 14 (oh the roller coaster ride!)

The ChipIn isn't showing my donation, but I know it went through as I received my Paypal receipt the night I donated.  I'm hoping many of you have already donated as well, but if you haven't, please take a moment today to send just $5 (or more).  Thank you!

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