I know my blog has been rather Matt Chandler-centric as of late, but bear with me. Here is the latest update (from Matt) on his health and the plan of attack going forward (http://fm.thevillagechurch.net/blog/pastors/?p=459):
“Let me start by saying, Thank You! The outpouring of love and prayers for my family and me has been so overwhelming that it has moved us to sobs. To see the tangible love of God for us in the saints has been overwhelming and a great comfort…Thanks.
Prognosis: Anaplastic oligodendroglioma
Battle Plan: Radiation and chemotherapy start on Dec. 29, bolstering my system with some homeopathic means.
Dec. 29 at 1 p.m.
Start radiation. This will continue every day for six weeks.
Chemo will be happening right along side of radiation and will go through February, and then we’ll take a four-week break, get an MRI and see where we stand.
Dr. Karen Fink, neuro-oncologist – Dr. Fink is the quarterback for my team, and she happens to be the Peyton Manning of neuro-oncology. Please pray for her as she monitors my treatment and vitals through all of this. Pray for her wisdom and insight.
Dr. Scott Cheek, radiation oncologist – I enjoy Dr. Cheek very much. He has a refreshing and encouraging personality with a great sense of humor.
Dr. David Barnett, neuro-surgeon – David performed my brain surgery, and it was an amazing success. He is a man of great faith, and I have enjoyed getting to know him as a surgeon and a brother.
Dr. Hammon, homeopathic doctor – He’s working with my other doctors. I have been moved by everyone’s humility and willingness to hear from each other
- My doctors
- That God might glorify Himself in amazing ways through all of this
- The Village Church and our elders
- Complete healing
- Healthy appetite
- Protection from side effects of radiation
- Protection from side effects of chemotherapy
- Peace for my family…specifically my children and their salvation
- Audrey 7 yrs. old
- Reid 4 yrs. old
- Norah 6 ½ months
Christ is All,