May 31, 2010 Health Update


Dear Friends and Family –  Sis wanted me to update you on Kent’s health status today and once again earnestly ask for your intercession for Kent.  Kent and Sis (Davidene) returned from Baltimore on Saturday night.  They drove to the lake to try to spend the rest of the Memorial Day weekend with their kids and grands.  By Sunday morning, Kent’s lung congestion was frighteningly worse.  He was driven back to OKC and admitted to the ICU at Mercy Hospital.  Last night, he was intubated and today a pik line and feeding tube have been inserted.  Another bronchoscopy was done this morning to clear Kent’s lungs of fluid.  When I arrived this morning, I was able to standby while the dr. visited with Sis.  Kent is critically ill, but they are still hopeful.  The stent is in the right place and is doing its job, but the disease has done widespread damage to the lungs,  according to the pulmonologist.  His goal right now is to give Kent’s lungs as much of a rest as they are able and to hopefully get Kent to the point where he has the strength to learn to clear his lungs himself.  This is a day by day journey and only our sovereign Father knows what each day holds.  The faith of this precious family is a gift to all those around them and we thank you for being the “lifter of their hands” at this time of crisis in their lives.  Please pray today that the cultures they are doing wouldn’t “grow” anything that would be harmful to Kent, peace for the kids and restorative sleep for Sis.  We cannot adequately convey to you all how grateful we are to you for your care, concern and prayers on behalf of our Kent.


About kenthumphreys
Kent Humphreys has been a business leader for over forty years. He also served as CEO of FCCI/Christ@Work for six years and now serves as their worldwide ambassador, speaking, writing, and mentoring young leaders. He continues to be active in distribution, private equities, and real estate. Kent and his wife Davidene have written six books together. They have three children and eight grand-children.

5 Responses to May 31, 2010 Health Update

  1. J D Smith says:

    We and all your friends here in Canada are praying for you. I was hoping that the weekend rest would get you back to your old self. I am glad to hear your family is near. Just remember God is more than near. He is right there with you. I will pray for wisdom for the doctors.
    Your Brother in Christ

  2. Rhonda Workman says:

    Kent and Family:

    We are continually praying for you to be able to continue this wonderful ministry on earth and that you will be in a state of health that you can enjoy every day and every day’s work.

    You and your family do so much for so many people. Please let others return the favor and lean on them. You are like family to our daughter, Kristen, You mean so much to her, and we are very grateful you have been such a big part of her life.

    We wish we could do more to help, but we know one thing we can do for sure is to conitnue to pray for God’s care, healing, compassion, and strength for you and your family.

    God bless you,
    Rhonda and Marc Workman

  3. susi and steve says:

    we’re praying for you both and fam!! please call if we can do anything else to help!!

  4. Mary Jane Hall says:

    Knowing about serious illness and ups and downs I have many thoughts and prayers for you.

  5. Jim White says:

    Being on vacation, I read the thrilling news that Kent was home. Now I read that he is back in the hospital with his disease being so aggressive. Know that we will continue to pray for Kent, Davidene and the family until Kent’s health is restored, God willing.


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