EE from Dallas
Just wanted to say thank you for your prayers while I was going through cancer. Also, for praying for my son Joseph and being there for him. It is tough to see your mom hurting and you can’t do anything to ease the pain. He’s my prayer warrior and just would not give up. I am blessed to have such a wonderful son. I am also blessed to have wonderful people like you, your company and foundation praying for me. I know that is why I am doing so well!!! I have to go back every 3 months for a checkup for 2 years. I have been through 3 of 12 and all is well. Once again, thank you from the bottom of my heart!!
PA from Denton
Dear GPF. Thank you so much for both your spiritual as well as financial blessing. Your love and understanding are overwhelming. 3 years ago today, we were told my son was 50/50 to survive the night. Now this past Monday he celebrated his 15th birthday. What a great God we have. And thank you for allowing him to be assistance for our family during these past few months. As my illness has progressed, you generosity has allowed us to take care of our financial responsibilities so I can focus on my own healing. Your gift was overwhelming but what we really appreciated most was Jim taking the time to pray with us. A time we will never forget. Thank you.
AW from Arlington
Dear Gregg Pearson Foundation, we want to thank you for the donation you made to us. This assistance is extremely helpful to us as my husband continues to recover from his surgery and to receive chemotherapy treatments. It also helps us gather things we need for our baby as we near our due date. This assistance is a huge blessing to us, and we pray God’s blessing on all of you as you have blessed us!
CS from Flower Mound
I just wanted to say thank you so much to the Gregg Pearson Foundation and all that you do. Yes you provided financial help, and for that I am grateful…but more importantly you provided spiritual and emotional help that is far greater than any gift I could have ever asked for. I appreciate everything and all that you do. You help families, like mine, in ways that no other can understand the gratitude until you are the one in need.
Thank you for making lemonade out of lemons with the foundation and the grace that lives on from Gregg. You have turned something that could be so tragic and disheartening into something that is simply pure, organic and most importantly God led. I thank you from the bottom of my heart and I pray that God blesses you and yours abundantly as you have indeed blessed my life. Thank you for being a spiritual mosh pit!!!
Thanks and have a Blessed Day!
CC from Dallas
Thank you. I am inching my way back to feeling like my old self. Dr. said it may take 6 mos to a year and that I need patience. Yes, I do. Because I want to be over this by tomorrow!!! I have not written GPF because I cannot write. I have neuropathy in my hands and feet so badly that it makes me crazy. I will just tell you that I have never been so overcome with gratitude or humility when you and Leslie appeared with the gift basket. I don’t think anyone has ever done so much for me in my life and I appreciated it more than you’ll ever know. There are no words to say how much it helped us and we have had a very hard financial year. I am still ‘in the gap’ with Medicare so have to pay full price for all my expensive meds. Our family will forever have an even greater place in our hearts for the Pearson family. We have loved you at least since you were five and watched you and Leslie grow into wonderful adults.
I felt so proud of you that day when both of you came and thought how beautiful and poised Leslie is now and when I think of it I get teary eyed. Your prayer is forever in my heart and it meant so much at that time when I needed it most. It has been a hard fought fight for all of this year, but I know God keeps His promises and that He is still carrying me along with friends like you. I hope our entire family can participate and help with the golf tourney. I plan to be there…something to shoot for!!!
Please continue the prayers because Kristan and I both have more procedures to go through after the first of the year. When you are sick, you can feel the prayers that are being said and it gives you such comfort. I finally understand the peace that passes understanding and the Spirit who is our Comforter. Merry Christmas to your sweet family. Your children are beautiful.
Much love, CC