In 1787, after a long hot summer of debate in Independence Hall, Philadelphia, delegates from the 13 American colonies approved the final draft of the United States Constitution. When George Washington, the chairman, declared the document adopted by the delegates for ratification by the colonies, it is said that Ben Franklin stood up and said to Washington: “Throughout these months, Mr. Chairman, I have listened to the arguments pro and con while my eyes constantly looked up to the top slat of your chair back, where there is carved a sunburst. I have wondered during these days whether that sunburst represented a setting sun or a rising sun. With the adoption of this Constitution, I am now persuaded it is a rising sun. ”
When my grandmother was in her final days of life I was afraid to go see her. As a young woman I had never experienced the loss of a loved one and I didn’t know what to expect. But when I walked into her hospital room to say goodbye there was something that felt “right” about it, and although my heart was hurting it was also filled with peace. Death comes to all of us, and when it does come there is something comforting about having people beside you to help answer all of your questions and provide your family with the care they need. For more than 15 years patients and their family members have turned to Circle of Life for care and comfort. It’s clear when you walk through the front doors at Circle of Life that patients and families come first. From the beautiful surroundings to the friendly staff you instantly feel welcomed and cared for.
Check out stories of how The Positive Difference is impacting lives in Northwest Arkansas, northeast Oklahoma, and beyond by fulfilling a mission to Share hope in Christ with as many people as possible.
A couple of weeks ago, we found a lump on our 2-yr old son. Last week, the doctors scheduled him for surgery to have it removed and that most likely it was not a solid mass because of its rapid growth. The surgeon removed it on Monday and informed us that it was a solid mass and it was being sent to pathology to see if it was cancerous. It immediately crushed us, but God started working on our faith immediately through scripture, family, friends, and KLRC. The same songs that we've been listening to for years had a brand new meaning. Every song felt hand selected specifically for us. We had hundreds of people praying for our son, and we just got news that the pathology report showed no cancer and it was an infection. The surgeon said that he's never seen that before and that some things can't be explained. We can explain it.
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My Grandfather was working on tearing out an old deck at his house. The deck gave out and he fell two stories. He crushed his ankle on his right foot, broke his heel on his left foot, and broke several ribs. He won't be able to put any weight on both feet for at least 10 weeks. He only has one kidney and it is only functioning at about 23%, which has us worried about the surgery he's going into this morning. So please keep him in your prayers!
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Please pray for my 17 year old grandson. God's direction for his life as he is considering joining the Navy and God's favor on him for his life. He needs to pass the physical, if this is God's will. He is a senior and a born again Christian. Thank you. Love in Christ
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