Third Day frontman asks for prayers after wife suffers brain aneurysm
Third Day’s lead singer has taken to social media to thank Christians worldwide for praying for his wife after she suffered a brain aneurysm.
Mac Powell used social media after Thanksgiving to ask for prayers after his wife, Aimee, as she is in hospital.
Aimee Powell was admitted to hospital over the Thanksgiving weekend after the singer called the ambulance. After complaining of a serious headache, her husband called an ambulance.
Mac took to Instagram to update family and friends, stating, “Aimee is in a lot of pain in her head. They have given her meds for it but nothing will completely help. They say the pain is going to be there. Eventually as the blood from the rupture leaves her brain it will work it’s way down to the neck and then her back. She’s getting a lot of rest- unfortunately, it’s usually only about 10 minutes of uninterrupted time with all the doctor and nurse visits and the alarms and beeps from the monitors.
“She hasn’t eaten in probably 36 hrs or so. Pray that her appetite starts to return so that she’ll get the strength to start moving a little bit.
“All signs are good so far. There doesn’t seem to be any negative neurological signs yet for physical or mental deficiencies. Thanks for your love and prayers!”
He has started the hashtag #prayforaimee. Earlier this year, Third day announced that it is calling it quits after more than 25 years together.
- Bishop who married Harry and Meghan offers pastoral support
- Planned Parenthood to spend $45 million on 2020 elections
- New study shows Italians take vow of chastity when the Pope is in town
- Donald Trump announces students’ freedom to pray, express beliefs
- Amid controversy, Oprah Winfrey Network will not renew John Gray TV show
- Vaccine Exemption Removal Forces Parents to Rethink Options
- Southwest Christian High School, Chaska, Minnesota Featured in 2019 architectural portfolio
- Heart-warming new Christmas movie now available on DVD
- A life of travel leads author to Central Australia and fostering Indigenous children
- Why identity in Christ is at the heart of a successful Christian life