365

It was after lunch on this day one year ago that I received the call from Jasmin. The call where she would share the news that she was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer.
20131017-101109.jpgIt has been a year and since then and so much has happened. Months of chemo, losing her hair, giving birth to our beautiful daughter, double mastectomy, reconstruction and recovery is a broad summary of the past twelve months.

There have been countless hours of prayer and support she has received from friends, family and our church body. Not one minute of your support was wasted. It is through the power of Christ and your support that has brought Jasmin to where she is today.

Friends, I can’t thank you enough for all you have done for our family.

She was born on March eighth but one year ago today marks the day she became a survivor.

5 thoughts on “365

  1. Yeah!! So glad to hear the good news!! It is through believers like you all that the world keeps turning on the right direction! THank you for the inspiration, the faith, the resilience, the love, the courage, the humbleness, the beauty of who you are!
    God Bless you more than ever on this final recovery and we keep on praying for a beautiful and healthy life!
    Hugs by a million from the Cusi family, Ken Ana Belén Nick and Tomás

    • I remember that day. I was sitting in GM boot camp in Chicago. I will never forget that day and your journey. I love y’all and know Gods hand has been a part of this since that day. All our love. Chris, Greg and kiddos xoxo

  2. It is a blessing to be able to witness to such strength of our collective belief in Christ and the work that He does with each of us as individuals and as a group of believers! The Kahlig family story is heart warming and uplifting and will be with me for as long as I live. What an amazingly brave family you all are! What an inspiration! AMEN and God Bless!

  3. Praising God for answering our prayers for her life and to be cancer free. What a testimony you and Jasmin have to give to the world. We love you and continue to pray for complete healing from her last surgery. All our love, the holiks.