The Latest On Wayne and Glynn

It is so wonderful to see Wayne and Glynn each week at church.  He is continuing to teach our Sunday School Class and sing in the choir.  What a blessing!

Wayne’s chemo treatments for pancreatic cancer are continuing on a weekly basis, with a week off after three treatments.  The treatments are contingent, of course, on his blood counts, but so far, they have all been good, so there has been no delay in the chemo.

A scan was done a couple of weeks ago and though they have not received the final results, preliminary indications are that the the tumor has shrunk approximately 30%!!!! Yes, that is a big “Thank you, God”.

We are so thankful for God’s blessings on Wayne and Glynn.  We are thankful for the Grace, Peace, and Comfort which God has abundantly given them.  We are thankful for being able to watch them as they take their cancer journey.  Because of their faith, they are an example of what it means to ‘put things in God’s hands.”  Thank you, Wayne and Glynn.  We continue to pray for you.

Captain Hook Update

This update came from the CarePages of MD Anderson Hospital.

“Hello to our faithful Prayer Warriors: The Captain’s advisor told him today that he could drop anchor tomorrow. We will be admitted into the hospital for the fourth treatment. We had a blood draw and met with our Dr. for the results and a discussion about the Pet scan that we took before we went home. The Pet scan did not show any active cancer. We Praise our Heavenly Father for answered prayer with humbled hearts. The platelet count was 56 and the Dr. thought that it would be high enough by tomorrow to start the treatment. He also said that we may have one or two more treatments depending on how Don responds to the chemo and how quickly his platelet count comes up. We have put this journey in the loving hands of our Father and we trust that he knows best.

We will be able to update each day we are in the hospital. We want to say THANK YOU for each warrior that lifted us up through out this journey. We ask God to bless each of you ten fold.

God bless until tomorrow, Captain and Mate”