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Hello all you prayer warriors...KEEP IT UP!!!

First Nicholas: they did the bone scan this morning and it was completely clear. They said that tumors in the lungs are very, very rare as a primary site in children, so they think that perhaps the lesions they saw might not be tumors, but maybe some kind of pneumonia or infection. They are going to do two weeks of big gun antibiotics and then re-do the lung scan to see if the lesions have cleared. THIS is what we will pray for!!! That would be the perfect answer! Boldly approach the throne and claim the promises on behalf of Nicholas. Believe that he will be restored to perfect health in the name of our Lord, Jesus Christ!

I heard from Doug Hayes. Information on Ashley has been sketchy, but he said that she is in Texas now, which is good news and that she is no longer in a coma. She is responding somewhat, she is not fully conscious and has not been able to talk yet, but she is trying to drink water and even reaching for the tv remote. Keep praying for her recovery to be quick and complete! Doug also said that there was misinformation earlier. Her father died in the car crash, but her uncle did not. He didn't mention an aunt. Please keep your prayers coming for Ashley, her family, and all her friends here in Walla Walla.

And may the blessings you request for others in His name, be multiplied and returned to you. Love, Shell


  1. Praise God are the only words that come to me right now. Prayer is so wonderful. Michelle thank you for the update.

  2. Michelle, thank you. I looked for you at the reception to see if you had any word. Was a very nice evening. What wonderful news. Could not ask for anything more. Will keep praying things work out in the next two weeks. God Bless You Michelle.

  3. What wonderful news! There is much joy here in Texas for you folks in Walla Walla. Just praying that those antibiotics do the job for Nicholas and this will all be just a bad memory soon...

    And that the news for Ashley and her family continues to be better as well.

    PS - How is Zach's shin? Still doing OK? Don't forget to let us know about all of you, too....

  4. To God be the Glory!!! that Ashley and nicholas are in his hands and that our heavenly father does answer prayers....will continue to pray for these beautiful children...

  5. Hoping that the good news for Nicholas and Ashley is continuing...and things are also good in the Meyer household. Prayers from your very hot (at least in temperature!) So. Cal friends, Kara & Butch

    p.s. Thank you so much for including Butch's site in your list of friends - prayers for Butch from Team Meyer are so very appreciated!


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