Regen Morris is an 11 year old student at Pi Beta Phi in Gatlinburg. He is the youngest son of Dan and Tishia Morris. He is a member of the Beta Club, Tennis Team & was the leading high scorer for his basketball team last season.
Regen has been hospitalized since November 5, 2012. Regen was diagnosed with Anaplastic Astrocytoma. He has three malignant tumors and he is in a fight for his life. Regen is currently admitted at Scottish Rite Children's Hospital in Atlanta. In an effort to provide him with the best care possible his family and Doctors are trying to get Regen authorized and transferred to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. God is still, and will always be, in the miracle business and I BELIEVE in HIS MIRACLES!!! Join me in praying without ceasing for Regen while lifting up his family. Be joyful always; pray continually; give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus. 1 Thessalonians 5
At this time, Regen & his family are facing an unknown future. Please pray for support for Regen's family and guidance for his physicians and our ultimate prayer will be for a full recovery.
This page is to support Regen Morris! The medical care that Regen has
received and will hopefully continue to receive is extremely expensive and
every little bit helps. Every cent that is donated through this GoFundMe
campaign goes directly to Regen's family. We are here to give positive
thoughts, support & prayer to Regen, Tishia, Daniel, Walker & Braeden
& Reg's doctors! We will read these posts to Regen daily & I will post
updates on Facebook for everyone! For many reasons the family has decided to not make the Facebook group public. It would be far to bothersome to moderate that. If you are not part of the Facebook group
then you can join it here and show your support https://www.facebook.com/groups/rootinforregen/.
As you can see from the pictures below, Regen is loved by many. His community is pulling an praying for him along with other people all over the country. This campaign has only just begun and we have so very far to go. Thank you in advance from the bottom of our hearts on behalf of Regen's family & community.