Another Moon Ache

Thank you Jesus! These are the words we use to start each day as Evan continues to improve. The August MRI report is good and again shows the tumor area decreasing. Chemotherapy is complete and Evan is now in the “surveillance phase” and will continue bi monthly MRI scans. Evan is excited to move on to the next step of recovery! He will continue physical therapy even more earnestly since he will not have the days of chemotherapy slowing him down. Evan will begin classes at a local YMCA that will improve his balance and stamina. He has been blessed with a scholarship that will aid in paying the monthly fee.

Evan has a new look! The hair and beard have taken on a new shape per his plan for the end of chemotherapy.  His friend and hair stylist did a great job.

The Moon family was blessed this month with friends that came to power wash the large driveway and clear the yard of large and small limbs! Housework and yard work are difficult to accomplish when facing constant care and appointments for a family member. Thank you Autumn and Ryan and for Grandmother Debbie babysitting the children.

The prayers and blessings and support from so many have helped Evan’s family through a difficult year. He knows that there is still a lot of recovery ahead and appreciates continued prayer. We, the Moon family, ask for one more prayer. Evan’s father has been diagnosed with thyroid cancer. His surgery is scheduled for August 31, 2017. It will be a larger than usual incision and complete removal of the thyroid and some lymph nodes. Sometime later, after full recovery from the surgery, he will receive the radioactive iodine therapy. Please pray for the doctors and nurses involved and for his healing. Thank you in advance to all the prayer warriors.

Thank you again to everyone for food and visits and to Evans brother who gave us a truck with four doors and four windows. We have a working truck! The service dog (Capone) loves it also!

The Walton EMC committee decided to FULLY fund Capone’s service dog training! We are so overwhelmed at God’s goodness. The exciting part is his trainer is very concerned about Evan, along with the injured veterans he works with, and he plans to work with Evan “to be the best he can be.” He teaches the veterans that they might not be the same, but they can still be the best they can be. He wants Evan to be there with him and the other veterans once Evan is stronger. With his intentions to care for Evan, along with Capone’s training, the natural option was to choose him as the trainer. We are super excited that God has provided through Walton EMC.” – The Moon family

“Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds, for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. And let steadfastness have its full effect, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing.” – James 1:2-4

If you feel God leading you to help support the Moon family with the unexpected expenses, here’s how you give:

Checks can be mailed to:
Grace Klein Community, Inc., 1678 Montgomery Hwy #104, Birmingham, AL 35216

OR via our website: gracekleincommunity.com/donate

Memo: Evan Moon Assistance Program

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