Andrew Silcox

Here is an update provided by Dana Silcox on the condition of her husband Andrew Silcox (for the original prayer request, click here).

Andrew is now awake after several days in an induced coma, during which he had surgery to deal with a very bad strep infection that was threatening to necessitate amputation of his foot. Dana and all the family send their thanks for your prayers and messages of support. The surgery was successful and the foot remains! As Dana said, truly, “God’s eye is on the sparrow—we are seeing daily miracles in Andrew’s life.”

With much recovery yet to come, God’s intervention is still needed. Dana requests continued prayer.

Cards may be sent to:

Andrew and Dana Silcox
24 Avenue du Languedoc
F-11700 Castelnau-d’Aude
FRANCE

6 thoughts on “Andrew Silcox”

  1. Dear Dana,

    Thanks so much for this update. We are encouraged to hear that Andrew is on the road to recovery. Challenges undoubtedly remain but we will trust in God’s continuing care and intervention. Please, do let Andrew know that his German family is praying for him. Dana, our thought are also with you, and with the entire Silcox family.

    In Him,
    Santiago and Elke

  2. To our dear friends Andrew and Dana:
    Tammy and I are rejoicing with you that the surgery was successful. Please know that you are both in our prayers, and we beseech our loving God for peace and comfort and complete healing for our treasured brother and sister! With love and blessings, Ross & Tammy

  3. Is glad to hear that your surgery went well, and that you are improving with each day. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.
    In Christ
    Grace Covenant Fellowship
    Birmingham, Alabama
    USA

  4. Wonderful news Andrew and Dana and family! God’s very best to you!

    Don & Alix

  5. Thanks be to God for that wonderful healing on you Mr. Andrew. Your life is a great testimony of God’s goodness and greatness. May God’s peace and comfort continue to be on you and your family.

    We will continue to pray for you.

    Blessings,

    Grace Communion Fellowship

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