Miracle Moment – A Mothers’ Story
The prognosis for baby Crew Bornstine was one to two years of life. So, does it get any better for a parent when suddenly the 15-month old Crew was moving, eating without a feeding tube, rolling over, and doing all the other activities that he had not been able to do in his young life. The diagnosis that had been given to Crew’s parents, Kendra and Eric Bornstine, was Mitochondrial disease. A disease that causes debilitating physical, developmental, and cognitive disabilities with symptoms including poor growth; loss of muscle coordination; muscle weakness and pain; seizures; vision and/or hearing loss; gastrointestinal issues; learning disabilities; and organ failure. It is progressive and there is no cure.
Dr. Issam Nemeh, during a healing service, told Kendra and Eric that he could help. At their first medical appointment, Dr. Nemeh said that following his treatment and prayer, Crew would now be able to function normally. No further treatment would be necessary. To the amazement of Kendra, Eric, and Crew’s pediatrician, the prayerful Dr. Nemeh was absolutely right. All were shocked by the baby’s new found abilities and demeanor.