Man's importunity is God's oppurtunity. He uses our problems as building materials for His miracles.
Way to run. I'll join you at the Lincoln Half in 2011 if you like!
Caleb,I read an article about you called "Back on Both Feet" in the Lee University Torch - Summer 2010. I was a student at Lee when I heard about your accident. I wanted to let you know that your story is very remarkable and I am encouraged to hear that you are continuing to do God's work despite the "mountains" you have had to climb.Keep serving the Lord like you do, and you will continue to touch the lives of many people, even some you may never know how much of an impact you have had on their lives. I know that I will not forget your story.May God bless you, guide you and strengthen you in the days ahead. I know that there will be some tough days, but your ministry is powerful. May God provide your every need so you can continue to spread the Gospel around the world! Thank you for sharing!
I got the Torch today and just finished reading about you. I admire and applaud your courage and your convictions.At this moment I am also listening to "I Bowed On My Knees and Cried Holy."My son, Andrew (12), went to Heaven on 12/15/09. He battled brain cancer for 4 months (4 brain surgeries in less than 4 months). The cancer grew so aggressivly.He was courageous in his fight as well. I, too, am a runner. I pray God undergirds you when the path is unlevel. Peace.Melanie Dorsey
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