Almost Perfect (Let’s talk kidneys and surrender)

16 thoughts on “Almost Perfect (Let’s talk kidneys and surrender)”

  1. Thank you for sharing your journey. May God bless you, your son, and your family in the coming weeks and months. Days before our son died, God pointed me to Rom. 12:12. It is a map for every day. “Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer.” Next time we are together, we’ll have a lot to talk about!


    1. Holli, I would love to hear your story and hear about your son. I can only imagine the hole he left behind in your heart. Heaven will be such blessed reunion on so many levels! Thank you for your encouragement.


    2. I am encouraged and comforted to read your message. So much pain around but we have hope and we are sure that God is with us. We will continue praying for Nathan and the family.


      1. Thank you, Maggi. Your family has been through so much this year. You’re in my thoughts and prayers. Praying He covers you with peace and comfort. God is faithful. How does anyone maintain sanity without faith? Love you guys!


  2. Your transparency and honesty in what you’re dealing with is beautiful to read. It can be such an encouragement to others who are hurting, a way to help carry their boulders. Thank you for letting God use you to touch others even as you’re dealing with your own struggle. Praying for you and your family.


  3. Douglas and Brenda, im so sorry to hear what your Son is going through. I’ll Pray that God sends him a perfect match and that he has complete healing. I lost a child in 1999 from an Auto accident, (There is no greater pain). I have never returned to the normal that I once knew. I truly enjoy reading your stories, just wish this one was made up. Prayers for your Son and your family 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻.


    1. Star, I can only imagine the pain and immense empty spot left behind after losing a child. I am so sorry. We were not created to be separated like that and our whole being fights the loss. I will pray for God’s comfort and peace for you. And for His direction in every day as you move forward.


  4. This is really beautiful, I try my best not to show my emotions to others but I really can’t stop my tears right now. Praying for Nathan continuously and for all of you. God really works in amazing ways. He is looking after all of you. love and hugs.


  5. I am praying for your son, Nathan. Many years ago, your mother-in-law was my nurse during a particularly hard labor with my daughter. My blood pressure was very high and I was very scared. My baby was born healthy and she helped me name my little Lindsey Alyce. Our children are a great gift from God. I have learned through the years that He loves them so much more than we do. We can absolutely trust Him when our human hearts fear. I am praying for comfort for all of you.


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