“Go Live Your Life”

“Go live your life” are the new words that guide Evan’s days now. In August he had his milestone MRI that was used to compare to his August 2017 MRI which was performed at the end of chemotherapy treatment. One year later his results are excellent… no sign of cancer and possibly even improvement in the area of radiation therapy. There is no longer any swelling and he now can…Keep Reading

Pressed, but not Crushed

Roxanne Blount is one of our committed community volunteers.  She serves as an admin for our Acts 4:32 group, making sure to accept new members that are added, watching for any inappropriate content that she removes immediately and gently reminding members to only use the group as a space for sharing.  She also serves at the office during the week when she can come.  She helps unload the truck and…Keep Reading

The “Moon” Rides Again

“Hello to all of Evan’s friends, family, supporters, and prayer warriors. Evan has been really busy with doctor appointments, rehabilitation work outs, visiting family and friends, and getting back on a cycle…a three wheel cycle! He has missed riding with friends from Redemptive Cycle, so with their help one of his wish list items has been accomplished. He now rides a reclinear Sunseeker Tadpole three wheel cycle with personalized settings…Keep Reading

Single Mom Connect

A dear friend and member of ministry partner, Church of the Highlands – Grandview, Kelly Williams, felt the Lord impress on her heart to love on Birmingham Single Mamas. Having been in the position herself, Kelly deeply connects with mamas walking through difficult decisions and financial struggles as they journey through their season of single parenthood. On July 14, 2018, Church of the Highlands, Grandview Campus will be hosting a…Keep Reading

Renowned Randy

Renowned Randy

Renowned – famous, celebrated, well known, well thought of. “But whoever loves God is known by God.” – 1 Corinthians 8:3 “This is my friend Randy. He has faced some hard times in his life and needs a little helping hand. He has made it clear he does NOT want a handout. His sweet spirit and wonderful smile are what you notice when you see him. He currently resides near…Keep Reading

Hope Restored

One important facet of Grace Klein Community is empowering community to care for one another in Jesus’ name. Each person is noticing other people, hearing their stories, meeting friends in brokenness, ministering to neighbors, sharing food with those who are struggling, really listening and stepping out in faith for one another. As community members discover legitimate situations, that need a big dose of love and community support, they bring the…Keep Reading

“Moon” Progress

“This latest update about Evan is written with joy and gratitude. Thank you to everyone who contributed prayers, pictures, and funds in recognition of Evan’s 34th birthday. Our family was surprised and joyously touched by the many who celebrated with us through Grace Klein Community. We feel blessed to have Evan as a son and also know him as a man of God still ministering to others as he overcomes…Keep Reading

Evan “Shaggy” Moon’s Birthday Surprise

$827.94 was the birthday love we received for Evan Moon’s 34th birthday surprise. All the money given will help cover his deductible, co-pays, insurance costs, etc. as he continues to battle brain cancer. We praise God for His work in Evan’s life and an opportunity to celebrate a 2nd birthday since his diagnosis. May none of us take our lives for granted. We are given today and we have an…Keep Reading

Prayers for Phylis

“Let me tell you about an amazing family who is going through a rough time and needs help… Phylis and Fred Cobb, from Centerpoint, AL, have a beautiful family who they have discipled in the faith. They are now seeing the fruits of their labor as their 6 adult children are serving and leading in the church. This past fall, Phylis Cobb was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma Bone Cancer. Phylis…Keep Reading

January 2018 Update on the “Moon”

The year 2016 was the year of Evan’s brain cancer diagnosis and surgery. The year 2017 was the year of Evan’s dad being diagnosed and treated for thyroid cancer. We are declaring 2018 as the year of continued healing and recovery. Evan’s December MRI showed “no change” from the October MRI which is wonderful news because the October report was “stable and decreased”. The cancer area is visible as just…Keep Reading

“Moon” Progress

“It is time again for an Evan update! We are happy to share the great news that his most recent MRI results are stable and decreased once again and no evidence of tumor tissue! He has been so blessed with prayers and encouragement and he shares that with everyone he meets. He does not miss an opportunity to tell his story. He has voluntarily been part of a quality of…Keep Reading

Seeing God in the “Storm”

“A storm doesn’t necessarily mean rain, thunder, lightning, etc. It can be a storm of emotions when facing a cancer diagnosis, the loss of a loved one, the end of a marriage. Storms leave us feeling like we have been pelted with hail from all directions, like we can’t breathe because the wind has been knocked out of us. Yet, consider these words in Isaiah 43:2: “When you pass through…Keep Reading

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