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An Unexpected Hero!

How far we’ve come since the days when we sought to protect and cherish our women. . . . Have we forgotten that it is our glory to die in their place? —Greg Morse Some evangelical leaders are alarmed at … Continue reading

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ARDEN UPDATE #11: Entering the Anchorage Phase

Arden and Allison are on the plane and finally (and happily) on their way home to Anchorage. We are entering the Anchorage phase of this ordeal: Long days stuck in a Spica cast (that is crucial to her recovery, but … Continue reading

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ARDEN UPDATE #10: Heading Home!

Post-op X-rays this morning show that Arden’s femur remains in place! One little person is mighty glad to be getting out of the hospital and away from all the poking and prodding and being wheeled into yet another exam or … Continue reading

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ARDEN UPDATE #9: Second Surgery in a Week

Nothing like a return to the Operation Room to take the sparkle out of Arden’s eyes. This time she knew what was coming. She has been such an incredibly good sport about everything, it was harder than ever to see … Continue reading

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ARDEN UPDATE #8: Setback

Today our little champ suffered a serious setback. X-rays taken this morning during Arden’s post-op at Seattle Children’s Hospital showed her femur is out of the socket. Alli wrote this: So, things have not quite gone as planned. Arden’s femur … Continue reading

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ARDEN UPDATE #7: On Wheels!

Saturday couldn’t have turned out better. This was Arden’s first day up and about. Seattle Children’s Hospital provided an incredible reclining wheel chair, so she was able to ride down the halls of SCH and out into a little garden. … Continue reading

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ARDEN UPDATE #6: The First Battle

We are relieved and grateful to be on the other side of Arden’s surgery. She did exceedingly well throughout a very complicated and long surgery. Her recovery has been steady and strong. She is eating solids, talking, moving toes on … Continue reading

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