A heartfelt thank you to everyone who is taking the time to read this post. The story below is about a young man, John, now 19, who was first diagnosed with leukemia at age 12. His older sister, now 21, had bone cancer at age 5. When she was in middle school, she had her leg amputated. She's presently attending college and doing very well. This family continues to suffer, but if you met them, you would never know it. John has overcome so much: internal bleeding, cancer of his eye, the list just goes on. And even with all his illnesses, he worked extremely hard in high school and was accepted to a 4 year private college. He has always kept his faith that Jesus will save him. Here is the latest update in his "Carepages." Thank you again for taking the time to read this. "With only three weeks remaining to the end of the spring semester at PC, John has relapsed. The leukemia has returned in areas around his brain and along his spinal nerves within his lower back. Last Thursday he received the first of 12 radiation treatments to his back. He will continue to receive radiation once a day, until April 30th. Tomorrow, Wednesday, and Thursday he will receive chemotherapy to treat the areas in his head. We are very upset with this, especially John. He wants so desperately to be healthy once and for all. He longs for the stamina and coordination that he once had as a soccer, basketball and baseball player. His oncologist is not optimistic about Johns prognosis. We continue to cling tightly to our faith and know that God is our Ultimate Physician under whose care we rely. We pray that Jesus will lay His healing hand on John and cure him of this awful debilitating disease. Please, if you can, say a small prayer for John nightly between 7:00-8:00pm. Please help us to storm the heavens and work a miracle for him. We have seen the power of prayer so many times and know, without a doubt, that God has been carrying John through all of his suffering."