I was browsing through the Kokomo Tribune online and came across an article that really touched me tonight. http://www.kokomotribune.com/local/local_story_100231255.html
John will be able to relate to this, I'm sure because of his friend who recently went through a similar situation.
A man named Don Frazier who attends church in Russiaville has been undergoing dialysis for his failing kidneys for a couple of years now. His wife recently received a phone call from a fellow church member inquiring about Don's condition. After a brief conversation, she realized that Don had found willing donors, but no one to match his blood type. With that little bit of information, this "Angel" offered to donate her kidney to Don if she was a match.
Ronda McCorkle is this "angel's" name. Ronda has had Don on her mind ever since she found out about his condition. She hasn't been able to think about much else. After undergoing the neccessary testing, Ronda has found out that she is a perfect match to donate her kidney to Don. Even though the McCorkles and the Fraziers don't know eachother well, Ronda feels that God has called her to help save Don. His surgery is scheduled for May 16th.
When God called, Ronda answered. I wish we could all be more like Ronda. May God bless her always.