St. John's Group Email update on Molly Hendershot

Molly has an infection throughout her body for which she is getting antibiotics.  She is on the mend but will need A LOT of rest the next couple days.  Please refrain from visiting or calling for a day or two so that she can get her rest.  Peace be with you all !  Pastor

St. John's Group Email Update on prayer request: Anna's coming home

Please read the message below from my friend Ann, about her granddaughter, Anna.  And thank you all who have been praying for her during this time.  I would ask that you still keep her in your prayers in the days ahead as she continues to recover at home.
Thank so much to all of you.
To God Be The Glory!
Sandy Robine

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Subject: FW: Anna's coming home
Date: 7/23/11 3:58:13 PM
From: "Jon Stetzel"

Dear Family & Friends,
Please read my mother's message below.  A sincere thank you from our entire family for your caring thoughts, kind words, and daily prayers.  We are truly Blessed to have such an awesome support system.  While Anna & Gracie were having a play date in The Marian Alexander Playroom last evening, I read a quote on the wall that seems to be the perfect ending to this chapter of Anna's heart story...
"There are two ways to live your Life, one is as though nothing is a miracle, the other is as though everything is a miracle."       -Albert Einstein
Kimberly & Jon
> Date: Sat, 23 Jul 2011 15:13:07 -0400
> From:
> Subject: Anna's coming home
> Dear Friends and Family,
> Anna is being released from the hospital later this afternoon.  She
> talked to me briefly on the telephone from her room and sounded happy.
> Her voice sounded stronger to me.  Kimberly and Jon will update soon.  I
> wanted to give them a chance to get Anna situated and unpacked.  They
> have had little sleep during this time, as I am sure you know.  We will
> all rest better to have our family "intact" again.  God has given us yet
> "another" miracle.  We thank each and every one of you for your prayers,
> love and support.  While Anna has a long way to go, we trust that she
> will be recovering even faster at home!
> Take Care.
> Ann