Thursday, August 6, 2009

Pray for the Shellenberger Twins

If you are visiting this blog then you know that Mitch and Heather Shellenberger welcomed their twins (a boy and a girl) into the world today. They weighed in at a precious 1lb 11oz. and 1lb. 14oz. The tiny ones were born via emergency c-section and are both ALIVE! This is a great praise considering that they were born 15 weeks early.

It is often said in the medical community that the first 24 hours of premature life is critical. The road ahead is unknown. What we do know is that we serve a God who is gracious - a God who is mighty to save.

We are asking that if you visit this blog you would please sign up to pray for the twins during one (OR MORE) of the 1-hour time slots. You can see a listing of the time slots located on the right-hand menu under "BLOG ARCHIVE" or by scrolling down below. Please simply click on the link and then enter the "comment" section and sign you name.

You are also more than welcome to add words of encouragement, scripture or other notes in the comment section. Also, please spread the word. We covet the prayers of friends, family and strangers, alike.

Thank you for praying for these sweet little lives. We are believing for miracles to abound. Please believe with us and cover these children in prayer.

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1 comment:

  1. Wow, my heart goes out to the twins and their family. I have twins too, can't imagine what life would have been like had I given birth at 25 wks (I went into hospital bedrest at 25 wks, but held out until 36 wk 6 days to give birth) Tough road ahead, but best of luck with everything.