Accident involving a Semi on 4/30/18 in Three Forks Montana at aproximately noon.
Our family has always been about two things: hospitality and working hard. We've never had much, yet that has never stopped us from giving and from keeping our home always open. From strangers to family/friends, our home has always been open. My childhood memories are full of Dad bringing hitchhikers/ friends home and giving them full time work -my dad has always worked for himself. When Dad started helping with prison injustice it was nothing new. Just another way of him stepping out and helping the people around him with more than he had.
I appreciate all the concern people have for Dad. These next months will be hard for us as Dad recovers. Just as Dad has taught us, we older kids are ready to work and give to the family. But everything that you all are giving will help so much with relieving our stress as we pay for medical bills and support our family.
Thank you so much in advance for all your prayers and support.
~ Keturah, oldest daughter of John Lamb
John Lamb, husband to Rebekah and father of eleven, was in a severe car accident involving a semi truck on Monday 4/29/18. He was airlifted to the hospital in critical to severe condition.
He has sustained many injuries including injured spleen and liver, 11 broken ribs, open fractured right leg, broken/crushed right foot and broken left forearm. He had multiple blood transfusions and plasma transfusions already since arriving at the hospital from blood loss and they put in a arterial line.
John has no major medical coverage and is now unable to work to provide for his family of 13. He will need to focus on healing which is expected to take 9-12 months so we are thankful for anyone able to help them. If you want to donate to help him get through this year of recovery please do so and share this page. It will be managed by his daughters and wife, and all funds will be accessible to them only.
John has a facebook account you can follow here: https://www.facebook.com/john.lamb.16121
His wife Rebekah has a facebook account you can follow here:https://www.facebook.com/little.lambs.902
Above all else, please remember them in your prayers as they get through this time of unknowns and focus on getting John to a state of stability and health. He has a long road ahead of him.
~ Kelli Stewart
(friend of John Lamb)