Prayer for a Friend

A few weeks ago, my dear friend and critique partner Karen slurred her words.After many appointments and possible diagnoses, the doctors discovered a brain mass in the back of her head, attached to the upper brain stem. It is inoperable. But there is hope.

Today, surrounded by friends, her husband, and three teenage sons, she is undergoing a biopsy to determine exactly what the mass is so they can decide on a treatment.

 Unfortunately, the biopsy carries its own risks. But I’m confident in her team of doctors that the surgery will be successful and they will bring her back to us.

 So I humbly ask, for all those who read this today, please offer a prayer for my friend Karen.

It would be much appreciated.

This entry was posted in Courage.

9 comments on “Prayer for a Friend

  1. Sending prayers for your friend Karen, her family and yours. Hugs – Gayle


  2. Gillian says:

    Sharon, my husband has treated cancer patients for twenty years. Miracles happen every day. Blessings to her and her family, and to you.

    Hugs, Gillian


  3. I’m sending lots of positive thoughts her way, Sharon. Karen’s bright spirit deserves a miracle.


  4. Thanks for posting this Sharon. I know Karen will appreciate it. She is going to get through this. All of these prayers will be heard:)


  5. Sharon, I pray for you and Karen every day because you’re not only critique partners, you’re my dear friends. Yesterday our prayers were answered for Karen. I am continuing to hold her in prayer. And I am praying for you and our friend Mary and Karen’s family. We need God’s strength to carry us all.

    God bless you and loads and loads of hugs!


  6. Gillian says:

    Continuing to keep all of you in my thoughts and prayers.


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