Last fall, my daughter Brenna began to experience vision problems. In the following months, she bravely kept on
with her school work, valiantly striving toward her Masters in Criminal Justice Administration in spite of undergoing four
surgeries in her left eye.
On May 26th, 4 1/2 classes from her Masters, after posting a message to her online class, Brenna went to bed about
3 AM. She was fine then. At 9 AM, when I went to awaken her, she had suffered an anoxic event of unknown cause.
Brenna is not awake yet but is greatly improved. She knows when Mom arrives in her room. She listens to her favorite
music and to Alister Begg, her alltime favorite radio minister.
Let me share this with you. After a long day at the hospital, I came home, tired and worried. Not long after I went
to sleep, I awakened suddenly to these words, "She SHALL BE HEALED!". The next day, as I sat by her bed, I told her that God
is healing her and that God keeps his promises. Always. And I was reminded that not long before this incident, she told
me that doubt and worry is an insult to God.
My little girl, your mom loves you so much and you have taught me so much. I look forward to the day when you will
teach your mom again.
She has had the prayer support of so many people across this nation and even in foreign countries. I placed a map on
her wall and place a star in the location where someone is praying for her. I want her to know that the power of united prayer
upheld her in this very tragic time in her life.
For all of you who have prayed for her and sent the message to others, as her mom, I am forever grateful. Your prayers
have given me wings of hope.
Thank you. God bless.