Tidings Magazine – “Displaying the Power of God”

Sixteen. A time of high school activities, beginning college plans and perhaps even dating. Stefanie Renkema was doing none of these things. After an injury on the basketball court while playing her favorite sport, Stefanie was experiencing pain in her lower back/ tailbone area. The continuing pain led Stefanie to her local doctor. Scans and biopsies later, Stefanie was diagnosed with a giant cell tumor, benign but aggressive, in her sacrum.

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Tulsa Lifestyle Magazine “Volunteer Pilots Provide Help and Inspiration”

When you first meet 15-year old Taylor Peterson, it is his smile that stands out the most. This young man lights up a room with his enthusiasm and zest for life. He literally sparkles with joy. Taylor is a 9th grade student at Victory Christian School. He loves technology and plans to attend Oral Roberts University to be a computer tech, paramedic, and a pilot. He already has some experience with airplanes, and unfortunately, he has had his share of hospital rooms. Taylor has cerebral palsy. He was diagnosed when he was two years old and soon after was going to 11 doctor and therapy visits a week for rehabilitation.

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Tulsa World – “Acts of Kindness”

The employees of a Tulsa restaurant are volunteering their time and tips during an upcoming benefit to help fund a Broken Arrow girl’s surgery.

Louie’s Sports Grill, 6310 E. 101st St., will be raising money Saturday for 3-year-old Carleigh Yarrington, who has a severe hemangioma, a benign tumor of blood vessels that causes swelling around one eye and causes her cheek to be stiff and puffy.

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Tulsa World – “Angels Taking Flight”

Pilots volunteer time to transport patients

If there are really angels on Earth, they might come in the form of small aircraft guided by pilots who volunteer their time and wings with Angel Flight Inc.

Since 1991, Angel Flight has helped provide transportation for low-income people who need medical treatment outside of the state. But in the last decade, founder Doug Vincent said his biggest problem is finding the people who need help the most.

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