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Message from the Lowe Family

January 26 2014 at 5:31 pm 3 Comments

The Lowe family sent us this word regarding Emma to share with the church community:

Thank you all for the overwhelming outpouring of prayers, love and support for Emma since the accident. We would love to respond to each and every one of your questions about her condition, but we hope you understand that is just not possible. Right now we must give our attention to Emma, Hudson and the rest of our family as we work through the challenges the days ahead will bring.

Emma had surgery this morning [Saturday], and the doctors report that things went very well. She is stable, and her injuries are not life threatening, but her road to a complete recovery is expected to be a long one. While we covet your prayers, it is best that Emma does not have visitors right now so that she can get the rest she needs. We will let you know how she progresses and when she might be ready to have visitors again.

We cannot express our gratitude enough for the way so many of you have rallied around our family once again. We thank God for all of you and ask that you continue to hold us up in prayer.

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May our compassionate and gracious God bring swift healing to you, Emma, and also an abiding peace to the rest of the Lowe family.

By Solomon Aboagye on 01/26/2014

My thoughts and prayers are with Emma and her family for comfort and healing.

By Lillian Page ( Monica Dewberry's aunt) on 01/27/2014

We love your entire family. May the Lord bless your entire family, mend Emma back together and minister to Hudson in a powerful way. We will continue to be praying for you all.

By Kenneth Woodward on 01/28/2014
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