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Having lived through so much as individuals, and as a family, we want to share with you the love and the mercy that the Lord has so graciously blessed our lives with. We have been Christians for over 20 years and were associate pastors for 6 years, also serving in administration, men's, women's and children's ministries. Today, because of what we have lived through, and because of what the Lord has done for us, we have begun a full-time ministry. We know we are called to go forth and "DEPOSIT FAITH" into the lives of people, to see lives transformed, generational curses broken and miracles happen! We would be honored to come and share, pray, believe and receive the miracles the Almighty Father has for your life also! ABOUT THE MIRACLES Shawn ~ In September of 1999, at the age of 31, Shawn went for an eye exam. His optic nerves were extremely swollen and he was sent for a CT scan of his brain. The CT scan revealed that Shawn had the largest Acoustic Neuroma brain tumor that has EVER been found in someone still living! He was told that he should be dead! He needed immediate surgery to have a chance at life. Surgery was scheduled and the family was told that he had a 50% chance of surviving. They were also told, however, that if he survived, it was likely that he would not remember his family, may never walk again, be on a feeding tube for the rest of his life, or be a â€œvegetable!â€ The Quitt Family chose to stand on the promises of God and the prophetic words they had received over the years Shawnâ€™s first surgery was to remove enough of the tumor to save his life. The surgery was miraculous and he was out of the hospital in four days! However, three months later the tumor grew back even larger than it was originally, causing Shawn to feel as though his head was going to explode. Shawnâ€™s second surgery was almost exactly three months later. Again, it was amazing! He was out of the hospital in four days. When Shawn and Christy were told that he would need a third surgical procedure, they thought there would be no problem. However, during the 18 HOUR surgery, Shawn almost died several times. No one thought he would survive. After surgery, he was in the Intensive Care Unit for several weeks, followed by rehabilitation and physical therapy four times a week for several months. Because he knew it was the enemy attacking his mind and emotions by tempting him with thoughts of suicide, Shawn remained impressively positive. Due to the location of the tumor, and because part of it had not been removed, Shawn had to undergo MRIs every six months. For two and a half years, things looked better. Then, unexpectedly, the tumor began to grow again. Shawn and Christy were told that his body could not endure another surgery, and that, with or without surgery, he was going to die. Dr. Don Ross told them about Dr. Spetzer in Arizona, whom he considered the best neuro-surgeon in the U.S.A. Shawn and Christy left for Arizona with their three little boys, telling them again that, â€œWe must trust our Lord Jesus, no matter what.â€ The boys remembered what their daddy was like after the third surgery, and they were scared Shawnâ€™s family, Christyâ€™s brother, and good friends accompanied them to Arizona. Miracles happened!! After the surgery that was supposed to put Shawn in a body bag, he was able to leave the hospital in three days! Shawn now has a tremendous testimony to share! Christine ~ Christy is from a dysfunctional family. Her parents divorced before she was a year old, and her mother has had continual mental breakdowns throughout Christyâ€™s life. At the age of three, Christy was left alone for three days, until a neighbor noticed and notified Christyâ€™s father. She lived alternately between her grandparents, her mother, and her father over the next few years. At the age of five, she was placed in a foster home for a brief time after her mother suffered another breakdown. It was during that time that Christy first felt the presence of God. She was sent back to live with her grandparents until the age of nine, when her father remarried. She then lived with her father and her step-mother. At the age of twelve, Christy was sexually abused, but didnâ€™t tell anyone until many years later. Christy thought she was to blame, and felt guilty, so her parents never knew. She went back and forth, living between her motherâ€™s and fatherâ€™s homes during her high school years. She fought depression because of her challenging circumstances. After many years, with her motherâ€™s breakdowns, and trying to care for both herself and her mother, she went back to live with her father one more time, not realizing that the Lord had a plan for her life. Shawn and Christy were dating during this time, and, together, became Christians. One weekend, Christy was visiting her mother while her father was preparing to leave for his annual hunting trip. The Lord awakened Christy, and told her to go and tell her father â€œgoodbye.â€ Two weeks later, Christy and Shawn dedicated their lives to the Lord, and they were baptized together on November 1st, 1987. The following day, her father, still on his hunting trip, was tragically shot and killed. Shawn rushed to Christyâ€™s home with his Bible in hand to pray with her and comfort her in her grief. It was their new commitment to the Lord and recent baptism that prevented Christy from committing suicide. They were married in 1989, and now have three handsome boys. All through her life, the Lord has carried Christy through the difficult times. She now desires to share her faith, her hope and her love for the Lord, and her â€œNever Quittâ€ attitude with as many people as possible. Her passion is to help others realize that they can also be â€œsuper conquerorsâ€ with God and the knowledge of His promises.