Prayers And Donations Needed For Paisley
Posted by: Steve Hardwick
Date: Jun 07 2017 9:23 AM
Please Pray For Paisley...She is 4 years old and Fighting For Her LIFE!!! She was diagnosed with neuroblastoma and is leaving in a few days to go to Children's Hospital to begin a High Dose of Chemotherapy along with Stem Cell Transplant. The family will be by her side in Birmingham for a extended stay which means away from work. So if you would like to help them financially by making a donation please call Steve Hardwick at 334-714-1446. Any donation amount is appreciated.
From James And Tyisha Corbitt
"Our date has been set for June 20th to begin high dose chemo with stem cell transplant. We will go next week to sign consent papers and get her starting weight. We will also be signing papers for our apartment that she will be staying in once she’s discharged from the hospital. We can’t thank aTeam Ministry enough for providing a clean/safe place to stay during this phase of her treatment. Our family will forever be grateful for your generosity and to those who support this ministry. As for Paisley, she is doing great! It does our hearts good to see her finally pack some weight on and just having fun playing.We are focused on making sure she’s adding weight because we know this next phase of treatment is hard and the more weight she has the better. It scares me to see her drop as much weight as she did last time. We ask that you please keep her in your daily prayers as her treatment plan only gets harder with each phase. We ask that you pray daily for Brady, as he will be spending most of the summer here with family so James and I can focus on getting Paisley through treatment. Hopefully we can get to visit with him mid way through our stay and then it will be time for him to come stay with us. So thankful that he is built like us and is willing to do whatever it takes to get sissy better. Doesn’t mean any of us like it, but we will do whatever it takes. Some doctors try to tell us to split it up/rotate/take turns, but that’s not how we operate. That’s not their child in the bed. We know it’s a marathon, but if we expect her to do it then we will be right there with her, together. We’ve worked together since we were 19, it’s the only way we know how to operate and I’m thankful for that. For now we just plan on enjoying our time home with both kids and getting things in order for our upcoming stay." #inittowinit #teampaisley
If you would like to make a donation to help the Corbitt’s during this time please call
Please Pray For Paisley