Mary Singer, Donor

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My mother tragically passed in April 2019. She was 55 years young. Diabetes got the best of her. She was a beautiful person who was loved by many. It was easy for me to elect to have her organs donated. She wished to make everyone happy and well. She would live to share everything she had. Right to the end. She was able to save and help others through donation of her skin and bone. I am eternally grateful for the ability of her love and humbleness to be passed on to the recipients and their families. Love will guide us all through the grief and sadness of the loss, and heal us of our pain.


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  1. June 18th, 2019 | Patricia “Tish” Powers |

    I am so thankful for the love our family shares in Christ and one another. As this life and world brings us trials, tribulations, life and death we embrace one another breathing in and out the love. Rest In Peace until we meet again in paradise my beloved sister, amen 🙏 In all times I turn to my Rock, Our Lord and Savior Christ for without Him I can do nothing. In times of such great loss and pain our God holds me up 🙌🏻 Francis Chan is one of the blessed disciples in my life whom I turn to for wisdom and understanding Gods Word the Bible. My prayer today and always is to share my faith in Christ. This is directly from The book of James with Francis Chan, James Chapter 2, Verses 1-12 ***************************** James 1:2-3 Can’t it all joy, my brothers (sisters), when you meet trials of various kinds, for you know the “testing” of your faith produces steadfastness. Francis ~ Why would you need wisdom? Maybe you’re facing challenges. Or you’re worried that you’ve got it all wrong, that Christianity isn’t the right way. If it was the right way, then why would God let you experience suffering or hardship like this? If the thought has ever crossed your mind, you’re in good company with James’s audience. “The twelve tribes in the Dispersion” at the beginning of the letter described both the Jews who’d been exiled from Israel and also the Christian believers who’d scattered from Jerusalem after persecution settled in to stay. A people sent packing due to their faith were familiar with suffering, which makes James’s opening exhortation imminently practical for them: “Count it all joy, my brothers and sisters, when you meet trials of various kinds.” Suffering was part of life, but God wanted His children to greet trials with a counter-intuitive response. Joy. Human nature hasn’t changed in two millennia. We want to know why we suffer. But James instead tells his readers why trials should provoke joy: “. . . for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness.” The word for testing (dokimion) was often used to describe precious metals put through extreme heat to remove impurities, becoming so pure you could see your reflection in it. Similarly, as God tests us and we go through the heat, we reflect His nature more. We are able to endure and remain faithful to Him. Francis Chan said in the video, “What God wants to do is not just to make you happy. He wants to make you holy. He says He wants us mature, complete, not lacking in anything. Have you ever thought about that as the goal of your life?” When persecution drove the Christians out into the wider world, many of them had good reason to doubt their faith. Was it really worth all the pain to stay faithful to Christ? James emphatically says “Yes!” and urges them to trust in God’s wise guidance. He says the same to us. Don’t jump in and out of your faith. Keep in touch with God when people confront you for living according to your faith, and He will get you through.


 

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