Yesterday I got a phone call on my cell phone. It was a 1-800 number, so I immediated thought it was a "your car warranty is expired" call. It turned out to be anything but...it was Focus on the Family. I had called them, and e-mailed my story to them, and they were calling back to tell me that, though they could not promise anything, the broadcast team would probably be in touch with me soon.
When I answered, the person on the other side asked for "the miracle man Rev. Mead". I said that this was Rev. Mead, and she said that she was amazed at my story. When I told her that I was getting ready for AWANA, she was even more amazed. When I said that I had been playing basketball earlier at the Rec. Center, she was really blown away. I told her that, though I did not wish for another stroke, I also did not want to waste the stroke. If all that happens is I had a stroke and go on with my life, then it is wasted. If it is used to encourage someone else, or to cause someone to call on Christ, then it is worth it, even if I don't want another stroke. So, you may later find out that I will be on a future broadcast of Focus on the Family. Stay tuned for more details...
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