Dayenu–Treatment 3

Our family celebrates Passover the way Jesus did, and there are always eye openers about how certain components of it were fulfilled by Him. Parts of it get boring and feel ritualistic because I’m a sinner with a short attention span. However, throughout this cancer process (I really need a good word for it!) I have often prayed “Dayenu” and thought of that part of … Continue reading Dayenu–Treatment 3

New Year

We made it through 2011 and I have some hair left, too! I can’t believe how long ago last New Year’s seems. Despite the circumstances, I am confident that 2012 will be the best year of my life. I normally have a long list of resolutions and goals, but this year I just plan to be healed, and to be the most amazing mother, daughter, … Continue reading New Year

All States Have Prayer Coverage!

Thank-you all so much for your help finding people to pray for us in every single state. There are a ton of international pray-ers as well. I’ll paste the colored map below and am so very grateful. I know God hears all our prayers. Ephesians 6:18And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind, be … Continue reading All States Have Prayer Coverage!

Trust

It’s seems like it’s been so long since I posted a proper blog, I don’t know where to start anymore. Yaacov and I are struggling a little with all the sickness stuff. I think we’ve gotten ahead of ourselves in believing I’ll be healed, because instead of focusing on how awesome that part will be, we’re getting ticked off about all the permanent issues cancer … Continue reading Trust

The fight

Yesterday I called Abi’s school to tell them she was sick, and the woman who answered knew my story. She just finished chemo herself and encouraged me to, “fight, girl, fight!”. I hung up serenely, rejoicing that the joy of the Lord is my strength, and agreeing silently about how hard I’ll fight when it’s time.. I had no idea that time was about to … Continue reading The fight