Remember Warren Mutsch? He was one of our Intentions of the Week on December 1.
Warren, aged 56, of Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, had been diagnosed with a form of brain cancer that originates in the brain stem and had spread into the cervical spinal cord.
As a result, Warren was experiencing severe double vision, dizziness, balance problems, anxiety and left side weakness, which resulted in him being unable to work. He used to be a very active person who loved the outdoors. Chemo-radiation had caused numerous side effects and months of months of remedial therapy of various sorts.
Warren’s wife Joan wrote us recently to report that Warren’s brain/spinal cord tumor has been stable and even possibly reduced a bit in size.
“Keep up the amazing work that you do!” she said.
Your thoughts and prayers are having an extraordinary effect on our Intentions of the Week. Keep them coming!