Hi friends and family,
Greetings from Los Angeles International Airport! Amos and I are currently waiting for our flight in a short while, which will take us back to England and our waiting family in Cambridge. Thank you all for praying for a safe and successful trip.
The most important item to report is that Amos’s MRI on Monday showed continued stability. He remains in full remission with no traces of tumor to be found. Praise God for his goodness! Please continue to pray for Amos to be fully and permanently free from cancer.
Secondly, the sleep study went well, but we do not yet have any results. At this point our working assumption is that when we do hear about the test it will be along the lines of “Keep doing what you’re doing.” That is, keep Amos on 0.5 liters of oxygen by nasal cannula every night. It isn’t fun, and it affects his quality of sleep, but it is certainly an improvement from some of the night time conditions of days past. Time will tell how this will develop.
We continue to be amazed at Amos’s remarkable progress, literally against all statistical odds. Time after time we see God answering our prayers for him. Of course, there is much before him in terms of recovery. His speech, balance, and vision being the most drastically affected overall, Amos nevertheless continues to work hard to overcome the mechanical challenges he faces on each of these fronts, among others. Please continue to hold him up in prayer for ongoing physical recovery and spiritual well being.
“I lift up my eyes to the mountains — where does my help come from? My help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth.” Ps. 121:1-2
Will, Kelli, Amos, Luke, and Sam