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Faith Community and Stanton Healthcare to Hold Prayer Vigil for 'Baby Christopher' and His Family on Sunday, February 4, at 3:00 p.m. MT

Contact: Pastor Jason Herring, 208-869-3335

BOISE, Idaho, Feb. 3, 2018 /Christian Newswire/ -- "Baby Christopher" is a 23 week pre-born child who is facing incredible odds after his mother had a stroke and is being kept alive on life support.
 
Medical professionals at Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center are working passionately to ensure "Baby Christopher" will be delivered safely in the next several weeks.  This would mark the first time a procedure of this kind has ever occurred in the State of Idaho.

    The prayer vigil will be held at:
    Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center
    1055 N. Curtis Road
    Boise, Idaho 83704
    Sunday, February 4, at 3:00 p.m.

Below is a link to the Facebook Event page:
www.facebook.com/events/1985912278330032/

Brandi Swindell,  Founder and CEO of Stanton Healthcare, states;

    "Malinda's brave commitment to her preborn son, Christopher, is one of the most heroic things I have ever seen.  She sacrificed her own life for her son.  This is the ultimate example of what it means to be a woman and a mother.  Stanton Healthcare is coming alongside Malinda's family to do all that we can to ensure that Christopher is born healthy and strong, as we have done with hundreds of mothers over the past ten years.

    "Stanton, and the wonderful people of the Treasure Valley in Idaho, are now part of Christopher's extended family as we come together to pray for the miracle of life."

Pastor Jason Herring, Director of Ministry Outreach for Stanton Healthcare and spokesperson for Malinda's family, comments;

    "As 'Baby Christopher' clings to life, we all cling to hope with his family as we pray for his healthy birth.  Through prayer and financial support, the Christian community of the Treasure Valley is standing in solidarity with this precious family and sharing the love of Christ."

For more information or interviews with the family
contact  Pastor Jason Herring at:  208.869.3335