Hey everyone, would appreciate your prayers for my dad, Jim, who has been getting chemo treatments for almost 3 weeks now. The Doctors ordered a lumbar spinal tap (waist area in back) because he was very groggy this morning. They are drawing more blood today for cultures. Results should all be in by Friday.
Thank you for praying for Danny Lotz. He is now with the Lord. Will you continue to pray for Anne, her children, and her family? Danny is now free from pain and with his Savior, but Anne and the family will have much grief and heartbreak now and in the days, weeks, and months ahead. Let's all keep lifting them up.
Please feel free to leave a note of encouragement on Anne's page if you wish. Thank you, sweet Selah friends -- you are a treasure to us, and I (Allan) know you will be to Anne as well. ...
Will you join us in prayer for Anne Graham Lotz's husband Danny? And also for Anne and her family? We have had the great privilege to get to know these wonderful people and to work with them. They need our love and strength now. Prayer is a powerful thing!! Will you take a few moments to remember them before our healing, merciful Lord?
You all are always so faithful to pray when we bring requests before you, and we thank you so much for that. Please feel free to share this and get your friends, family, and churches praying. This sweet family needs all of us right now. ...
Danny Lotz, Anne's husband, was found by Anne unresponsive in their pool around 3:45pm Monday August 17. He is currently in a hospital ICU receiving excellent care. There are no answers yet as to the outcome. The family is standing firm in faith, trusting Jesus. Thank you for your prayers.
We found out my dad (Jim) has Leukemia. He has been at Vanderbilt Hospital since last week. When I asked the Doctor how long dad would have to live if it was untreated I assumed she would say between a year to 10 years. She looked at me and said "no, no, no...He would have a couple months. This type of Leukemia is very aggressive, but (then she smiled) we have great medicine to fight it! Dad is on two forms of chemo. He has been nauseous, but he has had 4 great days in a row of treatment!
We have seen God's gracious hand in so many ways. If he would have gone to Congo he may have died because of how aggressive the Leukemia is. His immune system is so low he could have caught a disease and not been able to fight it off. He was showing no physical signs of Leukemia, but because his personal physician has drawn his blood every 6 months she was able to see a difference in his blood count and catch it. We are so grateful for the brilliant and caring physicians who are a part of this fight. Please continue to fight with us through prayer. Jim has a long way to go, but we are so hopeful!
My parents, Jim & @nancysmith, have been married 51 years this year! You can friend her for more frequent updates on my dad.
Today we received 2 nominations for the #GMADoveAwards! Thank you to the team of people who work so hard for us year round! Thanks to all the great songwriters we rely on to share what's on our heart! ...