This is Bekah Adams (Johnson), I found your updates via my sister posting on Facebook. I've been following your journey for a few months and have been praying for you but haven't reached out "would she remember me?" "does it matter if i reach out or not?" "we were friend so long ago" . Then last night I had a dream about you and knew when I woke up this morning, I had to leave you a message.
So... Hi Stacie! We were friends' years and years ago when my family lived in California. We played dress up and went to church together and I still remember playing at your house for hours during the summer. We had coffee once in 2009 I think when I was in the area but haven't chatted since then. Now it looks like we live only a few hours away from you guys! We're up in Steilacoom, WA. I'm married and my husband and I have 3 kids together. So crazy that my oldest is now older than we were when we made all of those memories together.
When I first found out about your cancer journey my heart hurt so badly for you and your family. I started praying for you and holding you close even though we haven't connecting in years. I hope and pray that you and your husband are finding strength during this time. I pray that your body can rest and heal, especially after reading your last update. Know that there are people all over lifting you up and sending you love across the country. Stay strong, Stacie!
Love to you and your family!
Stacie, please know we are praying for you, as our daughter, Leah, is also fighting Cancer. We learned about your battle from my sister, Jana Diller, in Atascadero. You are on our prayer list!
Our love to you, Glen & Becky Cardaronella
Stacie! Brent just told me you got an almost clear scan..I cried with joy and I know the fight is still going on but I am praying even harder for more great news and results! Love, Healing, Peace, Courage, Dianna
I understand being up at night! It seems like sleeplessness happens on my good days when my body is so excited about feeling good that it just doesn’t want the day to end. And I have been caffeine free for several years now. But there are positive things that can happen in the wee hours of the night. These are my best times to pray for family and friend, so I get a lot of time to talk to our Savior and Father about you and so many others. It’s a peaceful and comforting time when I choose to just go with it.
One of the scriptures that the Lord has had me on lately is Jeremiah 29:11. For I know the plans I have for you.
Plans! His Plans! He planned the entire universe! He planned all the beautiful life we enjoy all around us! When you begin to meditate on His plans it is never ending! He is the all wise perfect planner!
Unlike our plans, His plans always work out perfectly. He knows the beginning of them. He knows the middle of them. He knows every step of them. He knows every detail of them and He knows the end of them and they are always good for us. His plans are for good, and not for evil to give us a future and a hope. Our future goes into all eternity, and so if we look at our lives as a continuation of our time here in this body and our time over in heaven, it gives us so much of a better perspective, and a better hope to His Plans. There are so many things that we do not understand, and we will probably not understand while we’re on the earth, but He gives us His trust that we can trust in Him, and every step of the way as we choose the love of the Father, the salvation of the Son and the comfort of Holy Spirit. We can go forward in his Hope. We love you Cody and Stacie! Keep choosing His Hope!
Dear Stacie —
You are truly a light and an inspiration as you go through such a challenging time. I have been praying for you since my cousin Janice (your mom’s college roommate) told me about your journey. I don’t have frequent flyer miles, but I just made a donation with the hopes that it will provide a flight or two so that you and Cody can spend more much needed time together. Praying also for the healing period your body needs. Keep the laughter flowing!
Hi dear Stacie, I’m wishing you a speedy recovery, I paddle with your mom and I know she is a tough little thing so I am figuring you are too! Much love and good thoughts, Marsha R
Thank you for being brave and sharing your journey. Power of prayer is immeasurable, we will be lifting up your healing and a successful event in prayer at our church. Marisa M.
Sending prayers and positive vibes your way from Paso Robles 💕 Andrea Fletes
Thank you for sharing your journey. I pray for and think about you often. You and your husband are being held in prayer by many. Your Oregon OSHA family cares deeply for you. I know we are not personally close, but through Christ we are. May he continue to wrap you and your loved ones in his arms.
Stacie! and Cody!
Sending you both love and strength - glad to hear the progress! We miss you here at Oregon OSHA Stacie! But we smile when you jump on and send us an email! xoxox God's Healing Power I pray will continue to fill you and support you - Dianna