Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Church has to speak out for children in spite of spiritual warfare

Over the past two weeks, Roxanne had to be transferred to the delivery room 4 times due to bleeding and questionable baby heartbeat readings. Sometimes, her bleeding comes in the middle of the night. I have been woken up twice … Continue reading

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Joshua’s story – a premature baby and a testimony of courage

This is the complete, unedited account of Joshua’s parents (I first mentioned about Joshua and how his story has been an encouragement to us days ago in a blogpost: Steroids – to take or not to take?) Joshua’s parents wish … Continue reading

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Baby’s miraculous growth – away from IUGR!

“Your baby’s too small! And, her growth has slowed even more! Something’s wrong with your womb environment. In fact, if you are at 34 weeks now, we would definitely have bailed you out.” The words of the doctor resounded quite … Continue reading

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I miss my wife by my side

As Roxanne’s threatened miscarriage and early labour stabilized, I feel like a captain out in the seas where the storms have calmed. Yet it is at this time when the captain starts thinking of home and missing his wife by … Continue reading

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Steroids – to take or not to take?

Two days ago, when the MF (Maternal Fetal) High Risk team came around, they suddenly proposed Roxanne to take steroids on the very same day. Steroids is to be taken in 2 dosages, 12 hours apart, and following the 2nd … Continue reading

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