Tanya Marlow was just six days old when she was rushed to Great Ormond Street Hospital in London, one of the world’s leading children’s hospitals.
She was a tiny baby, just 6 pounds, and she’d suffered a brain hemorrhage. The doctors scanned her brain, and they told her parents it didn’t look good. It was a “bleeding out” thing, Marlow says, and there was nothing they could do, no operation they could perform.
Even if she recovered, they told her parents she could be a “vegetable,” she says. She could be severely disabled. She might never read or write. Read More
This week we talk to author and pastor Mark Batterson. Mark pastors National Community Church in Washington, DC and has authored numerous books including his latest, The Circle Maker. We also unveil a new holiday campaign, try to wrap our minds around a 26-pound gummy python and list the top Anthony Bourdain band names. Read More