|Posted by Brethren News on April 8, 2013 at 9:40 PM|
Sis. Gracy Paul, w/o Late Evg. Promod Paul of Kondagaon, Chhattisgarh, is presently in CMC Vellore. She became a believer from Hindu background and is from Trivandrum. Her husband, Evg. Promod Paul, was an enthusiastic worker from Odisha.
While they were in the North Indian vineyard, due to severe stomach pain, she was taken to different hospitals of Orissa, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala during 1995. Since the problem was not properly diagnosed, thinking it as hernia, they operated her. Due to infection she had to go through another surgery at Vellore. In 2005 she collapsed consequent to severe pain and was taken to Vellore again. The scan report revealed that she got one each tumour on kidney, liver and intestine. Though all of them got removed and underwent radiation and chemotherapy, more tumours continued to grow on different parts of her body. While she was undergoing treatment at Vellore during 2012, her husband Evg. Promod Paul was home called consequent to a serious two wheeler accident on his return trip after the worship meeting at Kondagaon, Chattisgarh. She underwent 24 surgeries by now and is having only a very small portion of her liver, where three tumours are there in addition to some in nearby places. She cannot undergo any further surgery and has to take oral medicine worth Rs. 48,803/- every week! She is in financial need. If you have a burden, please extend the right hand of cooperation.
She got two children, James Paul and Justin Paul. James completed Animation course but because of severe arthritis could not complete the project work. His joints are swollen with pain. He is hoping to complete the project work at Hyderabad as soon as possible. Justin is studying for BBM at Bangalore and is in fellowship with Madivala assembly.
Her Bank details:
Mrs. Gracy Paul
SB A/c No. 11242711337
Bank: State Bank of India
Branch: Kondagaon Branch (BASTAR Dist.)
IFS Code: SBIN0001265
Mobile No. +91-8098896840
Source: M. K. Mathew Trivandrum (firstname.lastname@example.org) / Adelphoi (April 9, 2013)
Gracy Paul w/o Pramod Paul (Evangelist, Kondagaon) is again suffering from tumor of liver. Doctors have advised immediate surgery for the removal of tumor. She has had undergone 12 major surgeries & 10 minor surgeries. The last surgery went on for 14hours. She is still in Velloreundergoing treatment for various ailments. Prayers solicited.
The mission field & the CMC Hospital lies almost 1500 miles apart. Earnest special prayers of saints are requested for the family, especially for sister. The expenses are very high and is very difficult for them to bear.
Update: April 10, 2012:
Gracy Paul w/o Pramod Paul (Evangelist, Kondagaon) underwent surgery last week for a recurring tumor of liver at CMC, Vellore. The marathon surgery lasted around 12hours. The surgery expenses would be around 5 lacks & the family needs to make arrangements for it. They have already deposited an amount of Rs 2.2 lacs & is looking to the Lord for the further need. This would be the 13th major surgery on her body. She has had undergone 13 major surgeries & 10 minor surgeries. She is undergoing treatment for various ailments from CMC-Vellore. Earnest special prayers of saints are requested for the family, especially for sister. The expenses are very high and is very difficult for them to bear. Contact them at +91-9159273579. Banking Details : Bank - State Bank Of India; Branch - Kondagaon (Chattisgarh); A/c Type : Savings; A/c No - 11242711337;
Source: Vineyard Voice, April 10, 2012
She would be admitted at CMC Hospital today and the major surgery is slated for Friday. The surgery expenses would be around 2 to 2.5 lacks & the family needs to make arrangements for it.
Banking Details : Bank - State Bank Of India; Branch - Kondagaon (Chattisgarh); A/c Type : Savings; A/c No - 11242711337; [Bro. Pramod is dedicated to the ministry and serving the Lord in Chhattisgarh. Along with evangelism, he is shepherding two assemblies of local converts. The Assembly members at Kondagaon are stretched to the limit to be of any aid to our dear brother]
Source: Vineyard Voice (Mar 13, 2012)