Neil Brian Goldberg
Special message: Your prayers and support are needed
By Neil Brian Goldberg
July 11, 2011

Dear friends of RenewAmerica,

If you have been inspired and informed by over the years, then now is the time to wholeheartedly hear the call and feel the need of the valiant and remarkable family that has tirelessly worked, suffered, and somehow endured to keep this vital website running — against all odds, through crisis after crisis, never asking for any benefit or compensation for their extraordinary work.

I am taking the liberty to put out this call for an extraordinary outpouring of assistance and prayer for the Stone family, now in the midst of a deep crisis.

RenewAmerica's president and editor, Stephen Stone, has been under immense pressure for quite some time — persecuted and betrayed by many persons and institutions he has served and trusted, in addition to the everyday challenges of running such a grand and excellent website, while trying to take care of his family.

Even a true man of God, as Stephen is, can sometimes be overtaken by the enemy. Stephen was recently rushed to the hospital with a deadly perforated ulcer just below his stomach. By God's grace, he has survived with the skill of a wonderful surgeon, but he is still in need of much support and help — as the days in a hospital, and the tens of thousands of dollars required to cover it, mounted, leaving the family with an enormous medical bill they have little means to pay.

Stephen's wife, DeeAnn, is just about a living saint in my eyes, and she continues to work and worry under great stress in caring for her husband, causing all who love her to be concerned for her as well.

My dear friends, I believe that many of you are the best of people — true-heart lovers of freedom, America, and our mighty Lord. So, I ask each and every single reader to make it a top priority to send something, no matter how small, to:

RenewAmerica Processing Center
P.O. Box 50502
Provo, UT 84605-0502

Or donate online through PayPal.

If you are hard pressed at this tough time, then I implore you to send one or two dollars. If you can easily send $20, $50, or $100, then please do not put it off.

If you are doing well now and can easily afford $1,000 or $20,000, then there is no better time, and no better way, to call in a major blessing upon yourself and your family than here and now, to step up big and join the immense outpouring of love and gratitude which this splendid family deserves and desperately needs right now.

I believe that no doctor or medicine could do as much to lift Stephen Stone back into the spirit of hope and healing than to see his friends and readers come through now, to show their respect and appreciation for this sincere servant of God and country — and for him to feel their deepest prayers on his behalf.

Warmest regards,

Neil Brian Goldberg

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