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I just opened up the pics of Will eating the sorbet and I am amazed! His skin tone is improving and I don’t think that’s just wishful thinking on my part. I’m so excited that he was able to taste the sorbet as well. Good news indeed! Praise God!
Bless the Lord, O my soul; and all that is within me, bless His holy name!
Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all His benefits:
Who forgives all your iniquities, Who heals all your diseases,
Who redeems your life from destruction, Who crowns you with lovingkindness and tender mercies,
Who satisfies your mouth with good things, so that your youth is renewed like the eagle’s.
Jason Kofahl sent me this link. Jason is leading his time and talents for a project for University Medical Center Brackenridge’s (Austin, TX) volunteer program. He told me about you and your story. Just know I”m lifting you up…and that I have great
verticle communication. :)
Blessings to you,
I just read your recent update and was elated! They may seem like small improvements to you but from my perspective they are huge! Glory be to God!
“Yet amid all these things we are more than conquerors and gain a surpassing victory through Him Who loved us.”
Conquering cancer one day at a time!
Will and Angie,
Every time I see a picture of Will I can’t help but smile yet there are tears in my eyes because I know that He will never be the same man that he once was. God is working through you both and making you stronger every day. My family, church and friends continue to pray for you both everyday. I am blessed to have known you both for this long.
Angie and Will, I have never met you, but Martha and David Milhouse have kept us up to date. (David is my cousin.) We live up here in Flagstaff, and I want you to know that my husband, Dick, and I pray for you regularly, and we have put you on our church’s prayer chain, too. God is so gracious to us when we feel we lack strength. On those days when you feel your strength waning, know that those times are when God is strongest, and also know that there are many out here who can pray and be strong when you can’t. Joyce Erfert
Loving you and lifting you, Will and Angie…
Psalm 63 is my favorite psalm. It attempts to grasp the concept of loving God so much your whole body hungers and thirsts, truly desires Him and His Word. As I watch your videos, read your updates, and pray for you, I have this quick feeling that you two, like David, are living out Psalm 63, are living out what those words mean. In real life.
We didn’t know you all very well in college, but always thought highly of you both. You were both quiet, humble, encouraging leaders-presences of honesty and truth. Now, we “see” the Lord is continuing those traits through in your lives, and impacting more than you could have imagined.
We are praying. We are challenged by your story and your faith. To God be the glory forever and ever.
Nathan & Alexis Scott
Angie and Will, I have never met you. My sister who lives on Martha’s Vineyard forwarded me the link to join in prayer. Praying God’s healing mercies wash over Will’s body. Lifting you up in prayer, Christi
Hi Will and Angie,
Thinking of you and praying for you both! Remembering many good times with you on and off the island. So thankful to know you!
With much love and prayers!
Incredible song, and congratulations. I’m praying for you guys tonight.
Tears of joy on the gold record sales! I know this has heartened Will to new heights. Any artist/songwriter is greatly encouraged and motivated by his or her music touching the lives of others in a positive way. So thankful to witness God at work in and through Will’s life, talent, and the love of his life – Angie! Angie, you are one amazing women! I salute you and pray for you and Will to continue to see Him, trust Him, and depend on Him to sustain you!
God’s grace and peace with you!
Ain’t it just amazing ? The miracles for and around Angie and Will just seem to be unstoppable. If the situation was not so dire, we would all be laughing and shaking our heads. I’m doing it anyway!! So much God around you two. How can we not be happy? You have accomplished so much. I am in AWE. God’s Peace To You & Yours, Dianne
And remember That Our GOD Is An Awesome GOD!!!
Get well soon love you hang in there God Bless Mary Williamson Detroit
I do not personally know you, but your hometown in Paris has led me to get to know you!! I pray for you daily and I truly believe our God is going to heal you!!! Just Believe!!
Hello Will and Angie. We’ve never met, but I just wanted to tell you how beautiful your song “Do You Remember” is. One of our daughters had her 8th grade banquet for Inman Middle School last week. At the banquet, the students had put together a PowerPoint presentation with their pictures. While those were being shown, they played your song and shown on the screen, “song written by former IMS student William Gray”. Thank you for sharing your heart and your gift with the world.
Praying without ceasing for you my brother and sister in Christ!!
In His grip
Just stopping by. So wonderful to hear from you this morning! We love you very much! So glad you have been having some renewed energy and can sit by the pool. I am very pleased that Megan was able to fly out and spend some time with you and Angie. Don’t ever doubt how much Clint and I are thinking about you and how often we are praying for you.
A friend of mine just posted this poem on Facebook & I immediately thought of Will:
I had a wrestling match with pain last night
And Pain thought he had won…
But I got back up & started again…
At the rising of the sun!
Regardless of the physical…
My spirit’s holding STRONG!
And, EVERYDAY that I wake up…
I’ll sing the VICTOR’S SONG!!!-
But those who wait on The Lord shall renew their strength; They shall mount up with wings like eagles, They shall run and not be weary, They shall walk and not faint.
1 Corinthians 15:57-
But thanks be to God, who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.
Love you Grays. Just thinking about you sweeties today and lifting you up. Wearing my Will Gray tshirt in the sunshine in Kentucky. Miss and love you tons… God’s peace restored today as you bask in His sunshine. Know that same ole sun is the one I’m looking at too. God’s mercy today friends…. Mel
Will and Angie,
You are both heavy on my mind this week. I love you both and continue to pray that God will bless you in incredible ways. Will, in the time I’ve known you, you have always been such a fighter…strong and determined regardless of challenges…and in the music industry there are MANY challenges!! You have accomplished SO much with such integrity, and continue to do so as you fight your current battle.
Keep kicking cancer’s ass, ok? I’m still waiting to see you to take over the world ;)
With love, hugs & prayers,
Will and Angie,
It has been several years now since our paths crossed at Union University. You have both carried a special place in my heart! My family and I are praying for you! Please do not hesitate to ask if there is anything you need. Love you both!
I’m praying for you this morning in Athens, Georgia. Praying that it will be the Lord’s will to completely restore your body…..here on this Earth. Praying for a good day for both of you.
I do not know if our paths ever crossed. I worked in Yonkers, New york with your mom many, many years ago.
I salute you and your inspirational courage.
Peace and blessings to you and your family,
Sending you my prayers, Will. Although I only met you once, you made such an impression on me. Wishing you peace and love for all of time.
I thought of you today! There were so many Mother’s Day that you either called or emailed me. I still think of myself as your Georgia Mom! It’s been a long time since the pantry was stocked with Frosted Mini Wheats!! You know I loved every minute that you guys were here! I miss you!
Much love and prayer!!
Angie and Will,
In 9/12 I received a stem cell transplant. I had the support of valuable friends and relatives. I turned my worries over to The Lord and have found peace and love.
You are in my prayers,
Hi Angie and Will,
I stumbled across this website through an acquaintance and although I don’t know you guys, I feel like I do. I read the first post and I was so encapsulated by your love and faith that I ended up reading the entire blog. I want you to know that I pray for Will and that I believe in miracles. Your story has touched me so deeply and reawakened my relationship with the Lord in a way that I almost can’t explain. Life happens, time passes and somehow I drifted away from what used to be a very strong faith. My brother who is also named Will has battled drug addiction for many years and when he recently became homeless I found myself on my knees praying for his life. It was around the same time that I came across your story and I have found myself renewed in faith, praying for the Lord to save my Will and to save your Will. I believe that he can. I can’t thank you enough for being so open and vulnerable and sharing such a difficult part of your life. You have created a beautiful chain of love and prayers that is truly remarkable. I pray for strength, for healing and for continued peace for both of you.
Jenny, I was touched by your story as well. I’ll be lifting you and your Will up in my prayers, too.~ A fellow GoTeamGray member, Karen
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