March 19, 2017
Phyllis’ husband, Scott, was in a car accident in 1989 that left him a quadriplegic and unable to communicate. In three years, Scott had been in seven institutions, when Phyllis made the difficult decision to bring him home and care for him herself. All government funding ceased, and Phyllis had to rely on miracles of provision to see them through. “When I look at him, I see the man I married, not the crippled man I take care of.” Today Phyllis is happily remarried. She is a professional grief counselor and a chaplain for the Redmond police and fire department. This is her story of relentlessly holding onto hope, grounded in the faithfulness of God, during tragedy and the darkest days in her life.
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