Parents…Looking a little rough but hanging in there…neither of us has worked out in a month and are atrophied, so I think I’ll start doing the stairs. Jason’s actually doing push-ups, sit-ups and deep stretching as I write. I’m doing them vicariously through him… We continue to meet more families and are adding to the list kids who need our prayers; cancer, leukemia, brain tumors, heart surgeries, rare disorders. Please remember the kids at Children’s in Denver when you pray. It’s so sad that children’s hospitals even exist… Posted by Picasa



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  1. I think you guys look fantastic! Please know that we pray for you everyday! My heart aches for you all! We pray that in the middle of all of this that all four of you continue to find peace in the Lord! He is there with you! We are here for you if you should need anything….. sandwiches or salad anyone? God Bless you! Jeremy, Wendy and Andrew

  2. I was sent her by Dave Hasz at TM…I am an old alumnus and just wanted to let you know that there are TM folks out there praying for you all. I agree that it is a shame that Children’s hospitals exist at all. I will continue to pray for miraculous healing for Noah and strength for you all.
    TM (96-97)

  3. I got your blog info. from a string of NWC people, what a beautiful little boy who’s angels see the face of God. You are in my thoughts and prayers today!
    Jenn Dilger (powell)

  4. You were my PD’s on my first TM trip to Russia in 97. I don’t expect you to remember me, but I went on to Nepal the following 2 years, was an intern at TM from 99-00 and never heard about you guys again. No one seemed to know what had happened to you…so I was super excited to see this update from Dave Hasz! Your daughter, Emily, is beautiful, and so is Noah! I will definitely be praying for you guys. Know that you made a huge difference in my life and I hope I sow some seeds back in to your lives through prayer.
    With all my heart,
    Rachel Logan

  5. Dear Heavenly Father,
    Bless and keep our family, the Stevens, in the body of Christ through their frustrations, fears, and many shed tears. You are the author. You are the healer. The Giver of Faith that is built through trials. You wrote the code of our DNA and the story of our lives. Thank you for choosing such beautiful people to be the example of Perserverance. You are the man of sorrows (Isiah 53) and you know their every pain and every moment of laughter…sometimes through tears. What a gift of life we have in a handsome baby named Noah. How can we not serve such a God that would give us this awsome gift? An example of Your love, we ask you grant our request that He grow strong and tall to be a man of God that will lead others to Your throne. But mostly…thank you for the lives that Noah has already touched. One life means so much. In this I pray in the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. Amen. You are family. Anything you need…don’t be afraid to ask your family.

    Jessica Horsfall
    ATF Backstage Manager
    Honor Academy Alumni

  6. Ade & Jason,
    Mom & dad Thompson, Dora & Leah are praying for you and hoping the doctors find what’s causing little Noah’s problems. You & your family are a true inspiration to all. We love you! Dora & Leah

  7. Ade & Jason,
    Still praying! And am overwhelmed by both the beauty of your son and the strength of your trust.

    Love you,
    Chris K.

  8. I am a friend of Wendy & Jeremy Coward. Wendy shared your story with me along with this site. I have been checking the site daily and am truly in awe of your perseverance. You have such a beautiful family and seem to have so many people who care so deeply for you and your Angel Noah. You will continue to be in my prayers.
    God Bless You – Lisa

    ~He gives power to those who are tired and worn out; He offers strength to the weak.~ Isaiah 40:29

  9. Your prayer request was shared today at CBible Study in Castle Rock by a friend. I am praying for your strength as parents. I know it is hard to leave your daughter and son at anytime. I pray for a miracle healing and that the only ‘doctor’ will be our Lord who heals all things. He designed Noah and loves him. Someone once reminded me that our children are never really ours….they are on loan from God to enjoy, cherish and guide. All our prayers. Wiegel family

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