if there was
ever a story about the power of social media, this is it. We found out about
it from a posting on the WSFA Facebook page. People have started to change
their profile picture to that of little Maddie.
Wednesday night a Montgomery church used the power of prayer to help in her healing.
Pastor Brian Pleasant led members of his flock in prayer for a little girl most of them don't even know, and like many others who want to help Madyson Landrum, they met at the
ICrave Fellowship Church on the Southern Blvd. to ask for a Thanksgiving
Madyson has kidney cancer and, using the fellowship of Facebook, her
mother has put the word out for help.
Families, many with healthy
children, are using their Thanksgiving eve asking for that gift for Maddie's
Donations are being accepted at any WELLS FARGO bank branch.
Friday, August 22 2014 5:55 PM EDT2014-08-22 21:55:26 GMT
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