The Journey of a Thousand Miles…

If you are reading this, you probably have heard by now about Angie’s diagnosis. Thank you so much to everyone who has called, emailed, spoken to us… and especially to all of you who have been praying for us this weekend. I’ll be posting updates here as we progress, and hopefully, as she’s feeling up to it, Angie will keep posting her thoughts as we go. If you want to keep up, there is an RSS feed of this site (for those who know what that is) or you can subscribe to get an email whenever we post new entries. Look on the bottom of the right-hand column on this page.

Angie is still feeling fine (physically), or at least no worse than she had been, and my parents happen to be in town for the next couple of weeks. We really don’t need anything right now, but thank you so much to everyone who has offered. That time will come I am sure… The best thing we can ask for at this stage is your prayers. Phone calls are fine, and if you want to stop by and see her that would be great (just call first).

Our next step will be this afternoon; we go back to meet with the surgeon. From there we start making decisions and I’m assuming treatment will begin shortly afterwards.

One response to “The Journey of a Thousand Miles…”

  1. My precious Angie. I awakened at 4AM this morning and went to the throne of grace interceding for you. I have called to Him all day that the gift of faith that He has given to you when you became the righteousness of God in Him would fill you with hope. My dear sister I will continue to seek His face and share in this with you and your family, my family also.

    Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly, abundantly to what we could ever imagine or think according to the power that works in us mightly be glory honor and praise. You are an heir, your life is hidden with Christ in God, you have been made to be seated in the heavenly places in Him so as His adopted child taste and see that the Lord is good.

    Give my love to your family.

    Till Christ be formed in us I labor with you. Judie L. Young

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