Amy George 1968 – 2016

Amy kurz nach OP 14 Dez 2015 red

We look forward to being reunited

Dr. Allen and Dr. Amy George were notably important friends in Peru, especially in the beginning phases of Diospi Suyana. In the years 2003-2007, they both helped us with visits to the government offices. Yesterday Allen wrote on his website:

“This afternoon at 3:45 pm Amy changed her residency to heaven. She got her visa years ago and finally her passport stamped….!”
We mourn the loss of Amy greatly, and ask God to somehow help Allen and his 4 children through this difficult time, without losing hope and faith.

Amy devos TMI
Allen: “The first time I met Amy, I knew right away that I would marry her someday!”

In January 2004, Amy was diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumor. After the first operation, it didn’t take long for the growth of the tumor to return. In December 2004, the second operation by neurosurgeons followed. After the operation the surgeon sadly exclaimed: “Allen, I unfortunately couldn’t remove the whole tumor, I am so sorry!” According to statistics, Amy would have died in the spring of 2005. For reasons, that only God knows, she lived, without explanation, another 11 years. She watched her children grow and worked during this time as a missionary in Peru. The picture above shows Amy shortly after her 3rd operation on the 14th of December in 2015. Yesterday she moved her residency….

There is a verse in the New Testament which shortly summarizes our faith. (John 3:16)
“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.”
Are Christians better than other people? No
Do Christians have an easier life than other people? No
Are Christians blessed with a bigger bank account than other? No
Do Christians live longer on this earth? No
Do Christians have a real hope to spend eternity in the presence of God? Yes!

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