From Fighting Leukemia to Leaving a Legacy: Courageous Caitie

From Fighting Leukemia to Leaving a Legacy: Courageous CaitieCaitie was only 3 years old. But her legacy of faith, hope, courage & perseverance lives on."O death, where is your sting?" (1 Corinthians 15:55)"If our daughter was so courageous in facing all of the pokes, the injections, and every transfusion, if she was so brave because she trusted us, I realize that we should be brave too with our Father above. Because if He was able to sustain her, then He would be able to sustain us in Caitie's passing."- Jay Jay & Feliz Lucas, Courageous Caitie's Parents (April 2016, just weeks after Caitie's passing)"Thank You, Lord, for using her. Thank You for her life. She lived it fully. We couldn't add a day any more to her life, because it was complete. As parents we are just so proud of her. Job well done. Mission accomplished. Our daughter graduated life with flying colors."Help support Courageous Light in Caitie's honor. Courageous Light aims to impart support and courage to pediatric patients and care givers through acts of radical kindness.A Faith Out Loud Story

Posted by Faith Out Loud on Saturday, October 14, 2017

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From Fighting Leukemia to Leaving a Legacy: Courageous Caitie

This year Caitie would have been 5 years old. But her legacy of faith, hope, courage & perseverance lives on.

“O death, where is your sting?” (1 Corinthians 15:55)

“If our daughter was so courageous in facing all of the pokes, the injections, and every transfusion, if she was so brave because she trusted us, I realize that we should be brave too with our Father above. Because if He was able to sustain her, then He would be able to sustain us in Caitie’s passing.”

– Jay Jay & Feliz Lucas, Courageous Caitie’s Parents (April 2016, just weeks after Caitie’s passing)

“Thank You, Lord, for using her. Thank You for her life. She lived it fully. We couldn’t add a day anymore to her life because it was complete. As parents, we are just so proud of her. Job well has done. Mission accomplished. Our daughter graduated life with flying colours.”

Help support Courageous Light in Caitie’s honour. Courageous Light aims to impart support and courage to pediatric patients and caregivers through acts of radical kindness.