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Jan 11, 2021
On Wednesday, April 17, Michael Teeter went into the Emergency Room with some numbness on the right side of his face. The doctors found a large tumor in his brain which was removed on Friday, April 19. Unfortunately, the pathology on the brain tumor showed that it was a lower grade tumor that had transformed into a aggressive form of brain cancer. Michael is facing a long road of radiation and chemotherapy in order to try and beat this. The prognosis is not good, but it is better than is the case when these types of tumors occur primarily rather then secondarily.
We will be fighting this with everything that modern medicine can bring to bear and we will be fighting this on our knees with every prayer that we can, hopeful that God will provide a miracle. We trust that, no matter the outcome, God is good and we trust that he will work these circumstances for good.
We will be updating this page as a way to keep people updated on our fight.