73 lives were saved this morning! Thank you to my friends from the Chattanooga River Rats Masters Swim Team for their support! You are awesome!!!
This link will take you to a video of Pastor Faustino Duku of the Ligitolo UMC. Pastor Faustino's daughter, Lily. Lily contracted malaria about a year and a half ago. She was lucky in that treatment was available. I pray that you will join the Break the Cycle effort and the Imagine No More Malaria campaign to help us make a difference in the lives of our brothers and sisters around the world. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10200964161967553&set=vb.1271421114&type=2&theater
Rebecca is a sweet little girl sponsored by Rev Mike and Lori Sluder, Rebecca was diagnosed with malaria this past week... fortunately, she was able to get the treatment she needed... Your support makes a real difference in the lives of real people...100% of your gift helps to Break the Cycle...
A very special thanks to all my friends at the Chattanooga River Rats Masters Swimming team... as of this morning the team has saved 110 lives... you can join them by making a donation using the link above... Just $10 saves a life!
Pastor Tom told me that as of this morning, 200 lives have been saved since Sunday!!
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this link will take you to todays newspaper article about the ride...
Here is the link to the interview on News Channel 12 WDEF with Pastor Tom and Brian Arnold!
Last Thursday Brian and I did our first long training ride... nearly 60 miles... It was rainy and busy this weekend so Got in another training ride on the trainer tonight- an hour and a half... Planning a ride tomorrow of 25 miles. Please keep us lifted up in prayer as we continue to plan train and raise both money and awareness...
Just a quick update... we are nearing the half way point of our goal.... at 400 lives saved... thank you to all who have donated on line and through sign ups....
NBC television affiliates will air “An Extraordinary Effort to Catch a Killer in the Dark,” a documentary produced by United Methodist Communications, beginning today, May 5. The documentary highlights United Methodists' fight against malaria. Check local listings for airtimes and check out the trailer: http://goo.gl/6OeS8