Gateway's CPC requests prayer:
COULD YOU PLEASE PRAY FOR ONE OF MY BOSSES, JOHN ANGLIM? HE RECENTLY FOUND OUT THAT HE HAS PROSTATE CANCER. IT IS IN THE EARLY STAGES AND THE DOCTORS ARE OPTIMISTIC, BUT HE IS TRYING TO MAKE A DECISION AS TO WHETHER TO HAVE SURGERY OR RADIATION AND SEED IMPLANTS.
HE IS ONLY 57, SO HE IS A LITTLE YOUNG FOR THE SEEDS, BUT THE NEGATIVE SIDE EFFECTS ARE IRREVERSIBLE. PLEASE PRAY FOR THE LORD'S DIRECTION AND A COMPLETE HEALING FOR HIM. HE ALSO HAD AN
ENDOSCOPY BECAUSE SOME STRANGELY-COLORED CELLS WERE FOUND IN HIS ESOPHAGUS, AND HE WILL FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THAT NEXT WEEK. PLEASE PRAY THAT NOTHING MALIGNANT IS FOUND.
YOU MIGHT RECALL THAT I HAD ASKED FOR PRAYER FOR HIS WIFE MAUREEN, WHO WAS DIAGNOSED WITH BREAST CANCER, LAST YEAR. SHE IS DOING VERY WELL, PRAISE THE LORD!
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR ALL OF YOUR PRAYERS. THE ANGLIMS BELIEVE THAT THE PRAYERS WORKED FOR MAUREEN, AND WE'RE BELIEVING THE SAME FOR JOHN.
GOD BLESS! CATHY
Friday, March 5, 2004
Thursday, March 4, 2004
Stanley K. Henshaw, a senior fellow at Alan Guttmacher institute, attributed the increase in black women's abortions to the withdrawal of Norplant, a contraceptive implant, after lawsuits resulted from its use. Henshaw said Norplant was popular with black teenage women who had one child, a group also more likely to end a pregnancy through abortion. (NY Times, 02/20/04.)
Posted by Dean Gavaris at 8:07 PM