“I’ll Run with You”

 

The song “I’ll Run with you” is one of my favorites that is sung by Broken Vessels.  When I first heard it, I knew I wanted to make a video of some of my favorite pics of the boys. 
So, with permission to use the song, I put this together to have as a reminder that we may all limp up to the gate but we’ll run on the other side! This is such a true testament of what we long.
When this video was made, It was unknown at the time that Masa/Crash syndrome would later become L1cam Syndrome.  It is the same diagnosis.

 

 

 

  2 comments for ““I’ll Run with You”

  1. August 20, 2018 at 10:07 am

    Oh my goodness, Tonya – I was just bawling as I watched this video. So many memories of our sweet Jeffrey who has quadriplegic cerebral palsy and all the moments we had with him when he was young. And of our other sweet little boy Bryan who left to be with Jesus when just 3 months old. Keep pushing forward as God blesses your ministry. He is listening, and He is able. Thank you. Sharing this on my FB page.

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    • August 20, 2018 at 3:38 pm

      Thank you so much! I made this video a few year ago. The man singing “I’ll run with you” is one of our sweet friends. He and his wife and another family member of theirs, sang this song when Brandon passed. We met them at a Southern Gospel Quartet Convention Singing that our church was hosting one year and we are truly blessed. I still cry when watching it again from time to time. Those memories will forever be in my mind and I love sharing our world with others because there are so many that just don’t understand. I know that you do and my heart is happy that you were touched by our story and too that we are now connected through facebook, Etc.

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