Hey gang —
We spoke about it on the show this week, but I wanted to share a little more about our campaign to support St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
St. Jude is leading the way in the international fight against childhood cancer, fueled by a simple mission: “No child should die in the dawn of life.”
Ten years ago, my family was rocked by the news that our oldest son had a brain tumor. His type of Cancer in an infant is really rare, but the St. Jude team stepped into action, and after 18 rounds of chemo, our then-toddler was deemed stable.
Josiah’s tumor will never fully go away; what’s left is inoperable, but today he leads a full, joyous life. He’s still closely monitored by his doctors at St. Jude, with yearly MRIs and regular bloodwork. He just started 4th grade, and is a true blessing not just to my wife Merri and I, but to his two younger siblings and everyone he meets. He’s a gift.
The amazing thing is that even over a decade into his care, St. Jude has not charged me a dime for anything. They treat their kids without regard to the family’s ability to pay. This lets parents focus on their families, not the finances and it’s simply amazing.
That’s why campaigns like ours are so important. I’d love if you’d join me in supporting this cause.