At four months Levi had a bruise on his back that wouldn't go away. It left us with that nagging feeling that something wasn't right. Within a day of taking him to the pediatrician we were rushed to VCU because his liver enzymes were elevated and after a horrific 48 hours there, we were sent to the Pediatric Transplant Unit at Georgetown University Hospital. Levi had a series of tests and procedures which determined he would need a liver transplant. His official diagnosis is Progressive Familial Intrahepatic Cholestasis or PFIC. This is a genetic disorder that causes progressive liver disease, which typically leads to liver failure. After three years of stability, Levi has not grown in several months and his doctors say it is time. Please join us in prayer as we prepare for transplant in the absence of a miraculous healing!