iamviable campaign #294

My scars are not a punishment, but instead are wonderful expressions exemplifying God's love and mercy for my life. ...[Read more]

iamviable campaign #255

Our son Khale was born May 12th, 2011 with a rare condition called Amniotic Band Syndrome (ABS). While in utero, he became tangled in sticky strands of amniotic fluid. As he grew, those bands restricted blood supply & hindered growth. The bands eventually became so tight, it naturally amputated some of his toes. Along with that, two of his remaining toes are fused together. The foot & whole leg is smaller in length & girth than the other leg. In his 1st round of xrays it was revealed he no longer has the metatarsal bones in the middle of his foot. The doctors believe they were ...[Read more]

iamviable campaign #243

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iamviable campaign #241

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GuiGui-gifted pianist

GuiGui Sheng playing piano with no fingers on one hand. She had not seen a piano until 3 years before this performance because of living in a small town. Obviously, incredibly gifted with musical ability and a determined heart. ...[Read more]

grandma’s gertie

Submitted by Heide My name is Heide and I am the proud new Grandmother of a beautiful little girl, Gertie.  She is my first Grandchild.  I love her more than words can fully express.  My Granddaughter is beautiful, smart, and happy & I am truly thankful for her presence in my life. As a result of Amniotic Banding Syndrome (ABS), Gertie was born without her left hand.  The irregularity was discovered during a routine ultrasound, when my daughter, Janine was only 14 weeks pregnant.  Janine was quickly referred to a fetal specialist, who performed a 3-D ultrasound and confirmed her ...[Read more]