Grace's Light Shines On
Her life was cut short by medical professionals, but her soul lives on with the Lord and her work on Earth isn't done
Six months ago we had no idea we’d be in this position of writing a newsletter to all of you wonderful people. Grace had just passed away and the pain was overwhelming to us as a family, to the point that we didn’t know how we could ever function – let alone breathe – again.
But God’s grace has comforted us and given us the strength to move forward each day, with the assurance that our beautiful Grace is with our Heavenly Father and we will see her again.
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It’s remarkable and extremely humbling to think about all that has occurred over the last half a year. Everything good that happens is a blessing and a direct reflection upon our Lord. I like to imagine that Grace is whispering into His ear to open doors for us, and those doors keep swinging wide open! Who could say no to Grace?
Not that there haven’t been challenges and dark valleys, but as we’re told, “Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil…”(Psalms 23:4). What happened to Grace was evil — no doubt. Taking the life of someone so full of joy and love can only be an act of evil. But we don’t fear evil — we are determined to fight evil with every fiber of our being. What occurs in these medical institutions that are supposed to help heal people is certainly evil and proves the depravity of sinful man.
The Lord has blessed us by connecting us with other people who are not only fearless, but who have burning hearts for the Lord. Every day we are amazed at the things that transpire and we know that Grace is helping us save lives and souls. Our message is always about repentance and forgiveness, but that doesn’t mean there shouldn’t be any accountability. We seek justice, but still pray for those whose actions ended Grace’s life.
What sort of blessings have occurred in the midst of all this pain and darkness, you ask? I am completely in awe when I think about the blessings. These things don’t just happen and you can’t make them up:
The support we are receiving from all of you
Calling a prominent doctor who was on Sen. Ron Johnson’s panel discussion in Washington D.C. in January, only to have his wife actually answer the phone and connect us
Having a brilliant, Christian attorney in Tom Renz take an interest and aid in our possible legal case against St. Elizabeth’s Hospital (Ascension)
From the original contact from Newsmax, to Q90’s interviews, to the repeated support from Vicki McKenna to having done more than 70 interviews overall, including one for the upcoming documentary called “Plandemic 3” (release date is July 4th) by Mikki Willis (note: if you’ve not seen the first two installments of “Plandemic,” please watch them to get to the truth behind Covid)
We have 48 miracles recorded so far, with many more to come
Most importantly, we are getting closer to God
Grace Emily’s Light Shines On Memorial Rally
On a cold, windy spring day with snow flurries on April 8, hundreds of people came to our rally, which was situated across the street from St. Elizabeth’s Hospital. The purpose was to facilitate St. Elizabeth's acknowledgement of what they did to Grace. They wouldn't meet with our family after Grace died to discuss how their actions contributed (at the very least) to her death. To this day, they have no regard for what they did.
Let's remember what happened to bring us to the point where we brought in a stage, sound system and guest speakers, along with hundreds of our supporters so the hospital would notice us. Medical staff put Grace on three contraindicated medications and then a doctor wrote his own do-not-resuscitate (DNR) order without our knowledge or permission! This is blatantly illegal and unethical. St. Elizabeth's continues to employ these same unethical doctors, nurses and pharmacists. How many people have lost their lives because of them? How many more might?
The event featured in-person speeches from people who have been unbelievably supportive of us since they first heard our story; as well as video submissions from others who were unable to attend in person but wanted to be part of the event nonetheless. We were absolutely blown away by the love shown for our family!
There were many purposes for the rally:
To request justice for Grace's death
To unite those who have lost loved ones through iatrogenocide (death by doctors)
To know, respect and take action on the rights of individuals with disabilities
To demand hospitals around the country treat people as individuals with specific needs, rather than follow protocols (like ventilators and Remdesivir) that have demonstrated to kill people
To make our government agencies (CDC, NIH, FDA, White House) take notice that we do NOT trust them
To change healthcare as the system cannot be repaired. We need a completely new system
Most importantly, we were there to show our love for one other; and to spread the Gospel that Jesus saves those who believe in Him, which leads to forgiveness of sins to those who repent
Paying Grace’s Love Forward
Our nonprofit foundation in Grace’s honor is now official, so any donations are tax deductible. All funds received will go directly to helping us pay for things like our billboard campaign (which runs through May of 2023), and we will soon be able to fund children, especially those with special needs, for services they might otherwise not be able to afford. You may mail in your donations at the link provided above, or donate via our GiveSendGo.
This is Just the Beginning
There continue to be phenomenal developments, some of which we are not yet at liberty to share. However, we look forward to bringing the news to you each month and sharing everything we possibly can.
Many people ask us how God could allow this to happen; or where is God in all of this. God remains where He’s always been, full of the love He’s always had. As Grace’s favorite verse - 1 John 4:8 - states, “God is love.” He comforts us and restores our souls. It is because of Him that we have the strength to continue. Please remember to pray for us.
And the God of all grace, who called you to His eternal glory in Christ, after you have suffered a little while, will Himself restore you and make you strong, firm and steadfast.
1 Peter 5:10