Have you ever known someone in need of a miracle? I’m not sure I ever have. Until now.

My sister in law’s best friend, who I also know, is in need of a miracle.

You can read her story here.

It a sudden story, one that I have followed since the spring. It is a testament of struggle and faith, of sadness and hope, and of the trust of a young woman that is facing an obstacle.

Sarah is amazing. You will need to read through the blog for her to tell her story. It is not mine to tell in detail. (You will have to backtrack on the blog to March 6, 2010 to read her story.)

I can’t imagine not sharing this with as many people as will extend a prayer. So this is my attempt to help.

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