Cindy Morris — Update

Cindy Morris continues to undergo treatment at Sunnybrook hospital for injuries in the car accident she was in yesterday.  She got out of surgery less than an hour ago (7:30 a.m.).  This surgery addressed her broken arm, and the doctors were pleased with the outcome.  The  good news is that she remained stable through the operation.  There will be more procedures over the days and weeks ahead, and the road to recovery appears long.

We continue to pray constantly for Cindy.  The kids had some sleep and are in great hands, and we have been overwhelmed with the responses of people around and offers to help.  What a great community!  While I'm sure many of you will want to visit, unfortunately, Cindy can't have visitors at this time.   The best thing you can today is to pray, and continue to lift up Cindy and her family.  We'll keep you updated.  What a wonderful community to be part of.



  1. Kathryn & Harry Thompson says, January 30, 2008 at 9:16 am

    We are praying for Cindy, her family and the staff at Connexus. Although Trinity and Connexus are separated physycally, we are all still one in the Lord. We love Cindy as she has touched so many lives. God loves her even more and He is the Great Physician. Praise God that He is the same yesterday,today and forever and is still performing miracles! We will keep praising Him and thanking Him for what He is doing and is going to do in Cindy's life.
    With love from Trinity, Kathryn & Harry

  2. Stephanie says, January 30, 2008 at 9:41 am

    The Morris family are in my thoughts and prayers! Stay strong and know that you have a wonderful community behind you loving and supporting you.

  3. Nadine & Dave Ritchie says, January 30, 2008 at 9:43 am

    Thanks so much Carey for posting updates about Cindy. We've been so concerned. We prayed all night for her and have her on the prayer chain at First Baptist. She is a positive and strong person and I know the Lord will bring her through this storm. If there is anything Dave & I can do please don't hestitate to include us. Nadine Ritchie

  4. Heather says, January 30, 2008 at 9:56 am

    We are also praying not only for the family but for friends and supporters. We know it is a long wait at the hospital. I pray the Lord will grant endurance and his supernatural strength and the peace that passes all undersatding.

    I pray for a mending of the trama endured by those at the accident site and I give praise and thanks to God for his gift of prayer so that everyone everywhere at anytime can talk to him and draw close to our heavenly Father and ask for help.

    May God Bless all who read this !
    In Christ,
    HEather 🙂

  5. Johanna Browning says, January 30, 2008 at 10:51 am

    Thank you Carey for keeping us all updated on Cindy's condition. We are praying for Cindy and her family. Cindy is a strong person and we trust that with her strong believe in God and with all the support she is receiving right now, she will pull through. If there is anything we can do for her or her family please let us know, also we are wondering if there is a trust fund set up to help Cindy and her children through this bump in the road.
    With all our love, Johanna Mark and Kristie

  6. tank says, January 30, 2008 at 11:00 am

    Thanks for the updates via the blog. When Rich called to tell us yesterday our team immediately huddled up and prayed for Cindy, her kids, the Connexus family as you support her, and for all those providing care to her. We're a ways away down here in Atlanta, but we are carrying all of you in our hearts and prayers.

  7. Jane Pinder says, January 30, 2008 at 11:42 am


    You are in my heart and I pray that you get well soon and that we will see you back at Connexus in not the too distant future. We love you.

    Jane Pinder and friends and family

  8. Harry says, January 30, 2008 at 12:47 pm

    Thank you for the update. Will send a prayer up for Cindy and her kids.

  9. Joe & Lori Jesseau says, January 30, 2008 at 8:44 pm

    Thanks for the update. My wife and I and Our Family are remaining in a state of intercessary prayer for Our Sister In Christ Cindy and Her family. Asking the Lord for a speedy recovery.

    United with You in Christ
    Joe & Lori Jesseau
    Worship Leaders of The
    Lake Country Community Church

  10. Ed says, January 30, 2008 at 9:45 pm

    We will be praying for you Cindy and your whole family. May the Holy Spirit work in you healing you. May everybody find strength, love, and the peace of Christ to carry you all through this hard time. You are not alone.

  11. Katrina says, January 30, 2008 at 9:59 pm

    I am praying for Cindy and Kayla, Alyssa, and Kyle. Don't ever give up hope and faith! Let God hold you in his arms when it hurts, let him comfort you and heal you.

  12. Chris Duff says, January 30, 2008 at 10:52 pm

    I pray for Cindys speedy recovery. I know she is surrounded by a very loving community and also has many friends from her past which are praying for her and the kids right now. We love you Cindy

  13. Jacqui&Sarah Martin says, January 31, 2008 at 9:43 am

    Were praying for a speedy recovery for our wonderful sister Cindy and for God to show Kayla Alyssa and Kyle his love. we love you guys. Also praying for you Carey, for strength. THank you for your updates.
    Jacqui andSarah

  14. L Fournier says, January 31, 2008 at 2:26 pm

    Cindy, Kayla, Alyssa and Kyle. Our hearts are breaking at the thought of your pain. Know that we love you and are in constant prayer for your healing and strength. Cindy, you are a very strong woman in your faith and your determination. I am certain that you will use that determination to pull through this tragedy and demonstrate to us all the true meaning of 'Faith & Grace'.
    We want to help in any way we can. Nothing is too big or too small. Please don't hesitate to call upon us. Carey has our contact information.
    Laura, Leanne and Aaron Fournier

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