For those of you who have been following my sister Julie Prentice story with her cancer here is an update.
Today they removed her picc line because the interferon (chemo) has damaged her liver so badly. She will need regular liver tests now (2wce a week). What we need now is healing as she is off treatment. They have removed all the cancer in her arm, but are unsure if it is still in her lymph nodes.
I think this is the first time it has really hit me that she is going through this. Talking to my sister on the phone today and hearing her broken spirit and listening to her tears broke me. I don’t want to lose her, she is an amazing woman, a great sister, a caring and loving wife and mom and a friend to all. Please stand with our family in this through your prayers. We need a massive solid from Jesus in this.

She is very broken over this, please pray for her and show her some Facebook love.

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3 comments so far on “Please pray for my big/little sister Julie

  1. Lisa Seward says:

    We love you guys! Your family rocks. We are standing with you in prayer, and wish we could do more. May the light of Jesus shine brightly through the darkness of this world. Shine on!

  2. Roberta Lynn Haaksma says:

    I will be praying for Julie,Roberta

  3. René from P.A. says:

    I’m going to be praying for Julie’s healing, and for peace for all of you. This is very hard news, but God is good.

    Dave’s brother and my stepdad both died of cancer right before Christmas. In my brother in law’s situation I felt called to pray for his healing and… he died. But he met Jesus right before he died, so he was indeed healed in the best possible way. I used to be cynical about bedside conversions, and about Christians who appeared to give excuses for God’s seeming inaction in cases like this. I know someone could see this in what I’ve said above, and yet I have never felt so certain of God’s care for Robb and for us. Robb is alive, heaven is real. And Jesus heals cancer in heaven and on earth.

    (okay, awkward segue while I find my way down from my pulpit…)

    We enjoyed meeting you and Amy and your girls so much. I hope your travels have been boring in all the right ways and interesting in all the right ways.

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