Carlye Hummel-Strever Brain Cancer Battle

UPDATE 6/12/20

Dear Friends, 

My wife Carlye Hummel-Strever 
has been diagnosed with inoperable brain cancer.

After being rushed to the UCSF Medical Center Emergency Room for a STAT brain biopsy, it was  determined that she has a tumor that needed to be treated aggressively and quickly.

It is similar to the type of cancer that struck down Senators Ted Kennedy and John McCain.

Due to it’s location, it would be extremely 
dangerous to make any attempt to remove it by surgical procedure.

On the advice of her Neurological/Neurosurgical team, she has chosen to undergo radiation/chemotherapy treatments for an extended period of time.

Carlye is at peace with what is happening to her and is surrendered to God’s will in her life.

“And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them that are called according to His purpose.” Romans 8:28

Our insurance only covers so much, so we are reaching out to you by asking for your help in giving a generous donation.

For those of you who want to give directly, please mail your gift to:

Danny Strever
715 Doolan Canyon Drive
Ukiah, CA. 95482

Would you please let those in your circle of influence know about our need by posting this appeal on your Facebook account or any means of communication.

Perhaps you or someone that you love is facing an uncertain future, then we would like to recommend a book that has brought us great comfort and encouragement.

It is on the life of Christ called The Desire of Ages, our hope is that it will prove to be a blessing to you and your household.

Here is the link:

We covet your prayers, please continue to lift up Carlye and our family.

Thank you.

Blessings and cheers,
Danny Strever

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Recording:  Carlye Hummel & Danny Strever speaking at the English Oaks Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Lodi, California -   Her testimony is powerful!

Webmaster note: We were honored to help Carlye in her struggle for help.

Please - pray that you can do so, also.

Click Carlye’s photo above to go to Fund Me Now page

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WCAS Goes Online!

Please join us for our next World Church Affirmation Sabbath (WCAS) event online!  Covid-19 is not stopping WCAS and gathering of the lay members.  It is time to gather together more than ever!

Where to Join 

Events from all locations will be streamed through Youtube. Look for us with “World Church Affirmation Sabbath” on Youtube.

Some events are streamed through Facebook as well. 

There are also some real-time interactive events that you may be able to participate in, instead of viewing on Youtube

Please check our website at for updated information.

Be blessed!

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7T 298
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2SM 390
"There is no need to doubt, to be fearful that the work will not succeed. God is at the head of the work, and He will set everything in order. If matters need adjusting at the head of the work God will attend to that, and work to right every wrong. Let us have faith that God is going to carry the noble ship which bears the people of God safely into port.-- (1892)."

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