Sunday, March 4, 2012


I am not an outwardly religious person(is that the word I'm looking for??? "Outwardly"?). I don't strike up conversation about it. I won't debate you or compare your beliefs to mine. I believe in God; though I may have questioned his "reason" more than I like to admit.

But over the last few days I have witnessed the power of prayer. FELT the power of it. All because of my dear friend, Meri, and her sweet husband, Ryan. Most people who stop by my blog already know Meri (who's 3 of 4 boys have T1 Diabetes) and what she is facing... but just in case, you can read the story here.

Today, Sunday, March 4th, 2012, has been set aside as a day of prayer and fasting, all are invited to join the family in support, people of all denominations... everywhere! With this in mind, we invite you to post prayers and reflections of hope on your personal blogs and websites. There will be a thread started on the Shuhmacher Family's Miracle Face book page, where links can be shared. If you do not have a blog/website, and would like to share your prayers, please feel free to add your thoughts to this thread as well. By keeping them in one place, the family will easily be able to access your words of encouragement in the days, weeks, and months to come. Please spread the word to anyone, and invite others to join this massive prayer effort as well.

They need your help
They need your prayers
They need a miracle

So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand. ~Isaiah 41:10

We all know how costly medical expenses can be. Friends of the Shuhmacher's have started a fundraiser to help offset some of the expense they will endure. No amount is too small and would be appreciated. CLICK HERE FOR THE LINK to make a donation now.

From the bottom of my heart, and with every ounce of my being I BELIEVE in the Shuhmacher Family miracle.

1 comment:

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So inspiring. I love your story. Keep the faith.