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February 18, 2005

Flash From Bobby Schindler: Terri's parents on TV tonight

Topics: Terri Schiavo's Life Counts

-via telephone call from Bobby Schindler

Terri's parents will be on Paula Zahn (CNN) at 8PM tonight (tape).
They will be on EWTN - live at 8 PM tonight.

The Schindlers are asking BlogsForTerri to get the word out fast.

Update :  Bobby Schindler emailed that for whatever reason, Paula Zahn didn't air their interview tonight but they'll try to find out when it will be shown.

Posted by Hyscience at February 18, 2005 7:03 PM

Three years ago, my mother suffered left and right brain strokes. This was on Saturday. Her ER doctor said she would be dead by Thursday and for my brother to call the family. (He said it was the worst stoke he'd seen in 27 years.) Two days after the second stroke I spoke into her ear in the telephone (I was 1200 miles away, trying to get home), I said, "Mom, listen to me, you will LIVE and NOT DIE! In the mighty name of Jesus, rise up and walk! I disconnect the power of the doctors' words over you in the spirit, and loose complete healing to you. --Lord, you said we HAVE not because we ASK not, therefore, I ASK you to intervene in my mother's situation." I got home as soon as I could. She lived. She looked like she was in a daze, but reacting, for quite awhile. She could not walk, her arms were sandbags-dead weight, she couldn't speak, swallow, use the bathroom on her own. A short five months later, I had her walking a mile a day behind her wheelchair! The docs were OFF! There is a physical appearance, and there is a spiritual REALITY. We don't have to accept what the docs say. They would have had my mother buried by the end of the week. She is now watching "Everybody Loves Raymond," her favorite TV show, 30 feet away from me in her bedroom. We've been blessed to have her with us three more years, and everyday is a gift. STAY STRONG, Bobby, my prayers and thoughts are with the Schindler family and others facing catastrophic illness in their families. God Bless you... Kathryn

Posted by: Kathryn Akipa at March 28, 2005 10:59 PM

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