Helping Baby Hannah

There are times in our lives when we don’t understand the greater purposes of God in our lives.  These can be very hard and trying times, especially, when it comes to our children.  When your child is only 14 months old and a rare cancerous brain tumor is discovered the pain only gets worse.  Yet through the pain and tears you praise God and covet the prayers of your brothers and sisters in Christ.  This is where my friend, Pastor Yogi Taylor, and his wife, Kelli, are right now.

Please pray for them and read the letter below to see how to further help them.  You can see pictures of baby Hannah and read more of her story at Praying for Baby Hannah…

Dear Friends:

As most of you know Hannah Taylor, Yogi and Kelli Taylor’s daughter, on Friday underwent a serious surgery to remove a neuroblastoma tumor from her body as well as bone marrow from both hips, and samples from the lymph nodes to see if the cancer had spread. She will be in the hospital at least ten days.

Although Yogi and Kelli have health insurance, the costs of deductibles and their part of the medical bills will be substantial (20% of the total cost). Also with this are the costs of staying at the hospital, eating out, etc. With this in mind, a fund has been set up at Saraland Baptist Church in Saraland, Alabama where Yogi is Pastor. You can contribute to the Hannah Taylor Fund and have a real part in helping Yogi and Kelli provide the best possible care for Hannah.  The Chairman of Deacons at Saraland Baptist Church have given details as to how this can be done. Please join us in bringing glory to God by sacrificially giving to help Yogi, Kelli and Hannah in their time of need.

Most Sincerely in Christ,

Kyle Claunch
Jonathan Hill
Thad L. Key

Want to contribute?  Here’s how.

Contributions may be made to Saraland Baptist Church with the “for” line of the check reading “Hannah Taylor Fund.”

The church’s mailing address is:

Saraland Baptist Church
P.O. Box 749
Saraland, Alabama 36571

Your servant in Christ,

Mark

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The above article was posted on March 26, 2009 by Mark Lamprecht.
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