Ainslie Jorgenson

Ainslie was 6 years old in August of 2022 when her mom noticed her becoming more lethargic and certainly wasn’t her normal active self. When she got to the doctor, they did a panel thinking it may be anemia. When the results came back, she was quickly sent to the hospital where she was diagnosed with High-Risk Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.

She was soon surrounded by the prayers of people who believed she would be healed. When they checked her bone marrow after 29 days of Induction (the first phase of leukemia treatment), they found ZERO leukemia cells remaining. Though we know modern medicine is amazing, and our doctors at Vanderbilt Children’s (Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital) are some of the best in the world, we firmly believe it was the faith of those praying for her that her body was healed.

We still have treatment required through 2024, and we will have intense weekly treatment through at least March of 2023, but we believe her counts will remain high, and her side effects low, and we would ask that you would join us in those prayers.

Ainslie (AKA- “The Hairless Princess”) has come to take ownership of her story and has found creative avenues (writing books, making videos, etc.) to share her testimony with others. One of her neighbors even told us that her story changed his life.

More than anything else, our prayer is that her story would impact lives and lead people to Jesus for years to come.

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