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Charlie's Story......... Charlie unexpectedly collapsed at home when he was 2 days old. While family and friends learned of what was happening, Charlie’s uncles created a Facebook group to ask for support. This first message was posted while Charlie was still being resuscitated in York hospital as we wanted as many people as possible to pray for Charlie... we could do little else. This is Charlie’s story…

Thursday 13th august 2009 :
“The beautiful Charlie Mortimer was born on Tuesday 11th August 09, today on 13th August he was rushed into hospital having stopped breathing during the day. The Mortimer and Beecham families would welcome all prayers for Charlie and for Davina and Stephen, as well as his big brothers Harry and Adam at this time, your support and prayers for the family will be gratefully appreciated”.

15th August 2009:
"We are overwhelmed by the number of friends that our precious baby son has, and how blessed we are to have had your prayers and support.
Charlie Mortimer, beautiful son to Davina and Steve and brother to Harry and Adam, fell asleep at 4:15 this afternoon. He was cuddled and loved by his two adoring parents whilst his brothers played (unaware) on the beach with inspirational uncles Neil and Craig. Charlie was too poorly to fight anymore, but is now safe in the arms of Jesus…we can see him sitting on the knee of Grandad Kevin! Davina and I felt at peace with God today and that is a direct result of so many prayers and so much love from all of Charlie’s friends. He has brought so much blessing to many people in the five days of his short life, as he did to our own entire family”.

Driving home on the A64 tonight we saw a rainbow, reminding us of one of God’s many promises. God also promises to work in everything for good. He has already worked through so many of you to bless and encourage us. We thank you for your continued love and precious prayers. We can never thank you enough…"