Prayer Board

This is an opportunity for those of you who’d like to leave Makoa a get well message or prayer a chance to do so.  Simply leave a comment below and we will read them each day to Makoa encouraging him to be fearless and gain the strength to be well.

106 Responses to “Prayer Board”

  1. Patti Maloof 28. Jan, 2010 at 7:51 am #

    Dear Lindsey and Tiff…what beautiful pictures and video of Makoa! I just want to hold him! I know that yesterday was a tough day for you, and the news you recieved. I go to a Rosary group everyday Wednesday afternoon, where Moms get together to pray the Rosary and other prayers for their children. Yesterday’s intention was for Makoa…so many people are praying for you and your little boy, I can only imagine God holding him in His hands. Continue your strong faith, He will not let you down.
    Love to you both,

  2. Kate Burchfield 29. Jan, 2010 at 5:15 pm #

    Our thoughts and prayers go out to your family during this challenging time. May God comfort you and heal your little man. Stay strong!

    With Love,
    Kate and Nick Burchfield

  3. Teri Hazlewood 31. Jan, 2010 at 8:37 pm #

    My mother does not have the internet, but asked me to post this for her.

    Lindsey and Tiffany,

    My thoughts and Prayers go out to you every day. When I say the Rosary each day I am praying for Makoa. I am anxiously waiting for Makoa to get bigger and stronger every single day.

    Teri Hazlewood

    Gary, Linda, Tiffany and Lindsey

    Our thoughts are with you and your family durning these diffuct times. Our hearts go out to you.

    John and Diane

  4. The Jacobs Family 31. Jan, 2010 at 8:45 pm #

    Our family continues to think of you daily! We are sending all our strength to you…keep working hard, little one! We also send our strength to your mom and dad. Keep up this fight!!! Lastly, we send our strength to your extended family! They clearly understand that your mom and dad have important work to do with you. You are a very lucky boy to be surrounded by so many who love you beyond words!

    Mark, Aimee, Joey and Drew Jacobs

  5. Lala 02. Feb, 2010 at 10:37 pm #

    From the Daily Word…

    “If I am anxious about a particular situation or event, I change my thoughts about it. I approach it with new eyes–spiritual eyes. By expressing my faith in God and holding positive thoughts, my expectations are elevated to a higher level and the outcomes I envision are revealed in wonderful ways.”

    We now hold positive thoughts about Makoaʻs release from the hospital, his ability to eat and thrive on his own and, the ease with which the insurance company offers their full support for the best treatment and care possible for him. …And so it is.

  6. Janet and Chuck Chillingworth 09. Feb, 2010 at 3:40 pm #

    Hi Lindsey and Tiffany,
    We have been praying and thinking of you so much over the past several weeks. We think it’s so awesome that you are trusting in God thoughout this whole situation. Your faith is inspiring! Thank you for sharing all your thoughts. We know God has a great plan for Makoa.
    I (Janet) am home all this next week-end (President’s week-end) and have Monday off from work. If there is any way I can help out with babysitting the older kids or anything, I would love to. Chuck would also love to help out in the near future. Right now he is in Honolulu on business and visiting our Lindsey.
    Please contact us through e-mail or my cell phone which is (626) 755-5735.
    Hope to hear from you.
    Janet and Chuck

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