Monday, March 31, 2008

Today (monday) my dad is on day six of treatment and he has one day left of the first round.He gets a break for a few days and then on day 14 they will do another bone marrow test to see if there are any blast cells. His blood test shows no blast cells but the bone marrow test (on day 14) will be more definitive. He his very sick though with flu-like symptoms and chills...which is not really uncommon because, as I'm sure you all know, the chemotherapy treatment kills everything...the bad along with the good.I am corresponding with my uncle dad isn't really interested in anything right now (although he does enjoy buddy playing worship music for him) because he is so sick. So, don't be offended that you don't get any emails back for a while. I know that he has seen many of your encouraging emails, cards, etc already...and he will see all of them as he is feeling better.My dad just needs your prayers that he will be strong and not give up, and that they can get his infection (s) under control.
Thank you once again...from the bottom of my heart.
Maisha (and the Lauer family)


The Stricklands said...

Good Bye Blasts! Don't you come back no more no more!!!!

Hang in there Kit! We need you! We love you! We are praying!

We thank you for all the updates.

Keep on blogging,

The Stricklands

Joe and Karen said...

Thanks for keeping us posted Maisha. We are all praying for all of you. What a trial this is, but God is bigger than our trials. Our hearts are with you every moment.

Much love to all the Lauers,
Joe and Karen

Liza's Eyeview said...


We are holding you up in prayers.. your dad, you and your whole family. Like what Kim Morell said, we're all in this together.


venhuizens said...

Kitt, we love you an boldly and constantly pray for you and your family. We are praying boldly that you recieve the hand of God on you for a miraculous revery that even the dontors will not explain. We need you and the whole congregation needs you. God bless you, give you and your family miraculous peace and strength. Thank you for being the inspirational man that you are we are so thankful to God for you.

Your Appologetics glass 2 years ago was so inspiring and empowering we look forard to you carring that torch for many years to come and trust God will accomplish that in acordance with his meerciful healing powers and make it happen in accordance wit his will.

Love Claudia and Mike Venhuizen
Call us if there is anyway we can help you ar comfort those in need.
(808) 208-8720 or (808) 250-9650

God bless you beyond your wildes D


Mahalo Nui Loa,

Mike & Claudia Venhuizen

Danielle said...

Hang in there, Kit. The Lord is by your side, we're all by your side. We love you and we'll never stop praying for you.

Jeri said...

Stay strong and keep the good fight! You're in our thoughts and prayers constantly.

Lots of love,
Cliff & Jeri

Stan said...

Aloha Kit,

The Lord is my strength and my shield. May the Lord's awesome power and love fill you up right at this very moment.

We love you,

Hassie, Cole, and Stan

Judie said...

Buddy, I'm go glad you are there to minister in music and worship to Kit. My last service at Hope in March, before I had to leave to go to Seattle to tend to my newly widowed sister, you led an awesome worship service. I see the Lord's grace in your ministry, and that is what Kit and we all need at this time and all times. To be continually aware of His Grace, abundant grace. That is my challenge as well as another seriously ill friend in CO which I'll be seeing tomorrow. Our troubles and trials are BREAD for us. I guess our challenge is that we see that. Jehovah Jireh!
With Aloha,
Judie McCullough

Lita said...

Thank you for all the updates. This reaaly helps us to know what to specifically pray for.

We are all in this together and we are fighting right along side you all.

We will pray without ceasing.....