Tia's Medical Bills

Help us Bless the Sexton Family

As many of you know, Tia Sexton was diagnosed with Meningitis last Wednesday and flown by Angel Flight to Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock, AR. For those who don’t know about Meningitis, it’s an acute inflammation of the protective membrane covering the brain and spinal cord, creating extreme pain. Last Wednesday was a life or death situation! She went septic and Upon arrival at Arkansas Children’s Hospital they learned that Tia would require surgery to remove mastoiditis and an abscess located on the right side of her head. Obviously this was earth shattering, originally diagnosed with an ear infection; now Steven and Katie’s daughter was in ICU with severe pain in her neck and legs, rashes hot to the touch, and requiring a major surgery. For the next 5 days Tia was in ICU overcoming the surgery and infection. Tia was able to come home, but will still require home health care for the next two months.


The medical bills associated with the situation will be enormous and we are praying that many will help!  Steven and Katie have faithfully served in the ministry for many years, blessing all those around them. Now it’s time to help them in one of their greatest times of needs. Please join us by donating and blessing this family!


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Organizer and beneficiary

Sean O'Keane 
Benton, AR
Steve Sexton 
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