Keeping Up with Eddie
I look forward to getting PHASE 2 of the Amazing Grace Mission up and running for 2019. If you would like to help me fund this ministry opportunity, please DONATE HERE.
On June 2, 2018, I was admitted to the University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB) Emergency Room and then to ICU. My sodium levels in my liver had reached 2%, which is critical. I've been told that I was about 8-12 hours from expiring. I stayed in ICU for almost 2 weeks. My liver improved to where I could have a transplant on June 19.
My first step out of UAB Hospital was to Lakeshore Inpatient Rehabilitation Center. I was quickly walking on my own, climbing stairs , and moving around. This is all God's grace and His glory! What an amazing journey I have had and so much to share about what God has shown me through this journey. On July 13, I transferred to Residence Inn by Marriott Birmingham Downtown at UAB.
Thank all of you for your prayers! I just wanted to update you and let you know where I've been and where I am today in this journey with my liver. I was at UAB hospital two days short of being one month. Today, God has delivered me to where I am now.
I am getting ready to start Phase 2 of the Amazing Grace Mission. This will be a 6 month tour starting on My 5, 2010. You can see Phase 1 from 2017.
Any donation, large or small, would be great appreciated and helpful! All donations you make toward the Amazing Grace Mission through Get Connected Ministries will be used for helping other people. Donations for the Amazing Grace Mission will go directly toward travel expenses, accommodations, repairs (if needed), promotional materials, and classroom supplies. If there are any funds left over, I will apply them toward helping others through this ministry. I do not take any of these funds for my personal use as my personal expenses are covered by disability. Any speaking that I am invited to do for recovery groups is on a no charge basis. There's never a fee for speaking or helping others.
God bless all of you. I really appreciate all the friends and the love that I have received. It is amazing grace.
-- Eddie G
If you would like to help me get ready to start the second phase of the Amazing Grace Mission, I would greatly appreciate it.