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October 2, 2017
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Living by Faith with Mike & DeeDee Freeman

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  • in a weak state like that.
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  • Technically by numbers, he should be dead.
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  • - [Woman With Glasses] The devil tried to sucker punch
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  • and say, "Well it's because had Brittney
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  • "never made it to that household on Wednesday night
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  • "to pick him up at the household,
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  • "he'd have been dead Thursday morning."
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  • - We emergently took him to the operating room
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  • to place him on ECMO because it was
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  • the only the only life saving strategy
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  • that we had in our hands to help him.
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  • - An ECMO is short for
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  • Extracoporeal Membrane Oxygenation.
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  • It is an artificial way of oxygenating
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  • blood outside of the body.
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  • - [Woman In Glasses] If he had not done ECMO,
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  • he would have died.
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  • - I was telling my mom, I could care less
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  • how serious this is.
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  • We already know the end,
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  • so this process don't have to be stressful.
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  • - I am expecting miracles like never before
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  • because I know without a shadow of doubt
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  • that this was a miracle.
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  • (echo)
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  • (heart beat)
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  • - He had symptoms of a cold or flu-like symptoms
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  • that kept, that he probably brushed off,
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  • that most of us would,
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  • especially if you're a busy person, you know.
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  • You would usually not have time to succumb
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  • to a cough or a cold,
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  • so you keep going.
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  • From what I understand it got worse,
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  • he got tired, he went to the urgent care.
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  • At that point in time, while he was at urgent care,
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  • his oxygen saturation at that point in time was very low.
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  • - [Sophia] They noticed that when you measure
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  • the amount of oxygen in your body,
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  • you normally should be 100 percent.
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  • When you're breathing room air,
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  • and that they actually measured his,
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  • his oxygen saturation in his body was only 22 percent,
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  • which is incompatible with life,
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  • so they quickly gave him oxygen,
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  • but despite the amount of oxygen they gave him,
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  • his numbers were still quite low,
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  • somewhere in the 70 percent range,
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  • and that's still is enough that would cause
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  • constant, ongoing damage.
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  • They moved him from that urgent care center
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  • directly over to the closest regional hospital,
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  • and there the physicians went to work
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  • putting him on a couple devices,
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  • trying to get his breathing better,
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  • make his lungs work better,
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  • but it was getting very evident
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  • that he was unable to maintain
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  • his ability to breathe by himself,
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  • therefore, requiring them to put a tube down,
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  • to use the machines to actually ventilate him.
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  • The only problem he had was his lungs.
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  • If you could take out the one piece of the puzzle
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  • that was not fitting,
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  • and it was just his lungs.
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  • His heart, his liver, his kidneys, everything,
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  • his brain, everything was fine.
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  • - And, usually, at that point in time
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  • most facilities would tell you,
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  • "It's over.
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  • "It's time to close shop.
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  • "We're going to have to let him peacefully go to Heaven."
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  • I then knew that what he would need
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  • Is what we call, now, ECMO,
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  • and, basically, it's a machine that allows the
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  • heart and the lung function to be taken over
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  • by an actual machine.
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  • - [Nakita] I always say that Sophia
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  • was the saving grace there.
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  • I just brought the idea to my aunt
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  • and to the ICU attending,
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  • who hadn't mentioned it, you know,
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  • to the family that this is what needs to be done,
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  • and that's when I called Dr. Sophia,
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  • and I knew several facilities in the area,
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  • and then, thank God, she knew a specific person that did it
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  • at one of the larger facilities.
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  • - The transport intake physician was quite helpful
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  • and took all the information I gave him
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  • and said, "Well, you need to get him out of that hospital
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  • "into our hands as fast as possible."
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  • When I called the outside hospital,
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  • they were telling me, "No, he can't be moved.
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  • "If he moves, he is going to die."
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  • And I said, "Don't worry about it.
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  • "I've got this.
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  • "I can handle this."
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  • And within four hours we had him out of that hospital,
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  • in the air, and Washing Hospital Center.
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  • - [Ezequiel] So I'm Ezequiel Molina.
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  • I'm one of the heart surgeons
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  • at the MedStar Heart and Vascular Institute,
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  • and I'm the surgical director of the ECMO program.
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  • I was on call and I got a paged by Dr. Smith
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  • from the outside hospital to try
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  • and get in touch with me to tell me
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  • the story of Mr. Freeman
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  • and see if we would be able to help in his case
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  • by transferring him over
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  • and placing him on VB ECMO
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  • to help with his severe respiratory failure
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  • that was quickly progressing
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  • and failing medical management.
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  • I quickly realized that Mr. Freeman
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  • was very sick
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  • and that the best approach would be
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  • to transfer him right away,
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  • and one of the great things about our program
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  • is that we have helicopters
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  • that can fly over to any hospital in the area
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  • and quickly pickup a patient,
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  • and within minutes bring him over,
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  • and that's exactly what we did.
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  • - [DeeDee] The risk levels were very high
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  • because it was very delicate procedure
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  • that he could die just as simple as that,
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  • I mean, the side effects or the risks
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  • that are involved is death.
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  • That information never phased me.
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  • It was like I heard it,
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  • but I didn't receive it
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  • because, again, it went against
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  • what I was believing God for.
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  • I new God had already orchestrated everything.
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  • - So we try that with Mr. Freeman this approach,
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  • placing him on a rotational bed,
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  • basically, puts the patient upside down,
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  • facing down, facing toward the floor.
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  • This may improve the circulation of blood in the lungs
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  • and the exchange of gases in the lungs.
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  • However, within a few hours we realized
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  • that this approach was not working,
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  • and, actually, was making things worse,
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  • so in the morning we emergently took him
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  • to the operating room to place on ECMO
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  • because it was the only life-saving strategy
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  • that we had in our hands to help him.
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  • - [Brittney] And we would,
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  • my mother would pray with every, single doctor
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  • who had anything to do with my father.
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  • She would be like, "You gonna be a part
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  • "of that next surgery?
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  • "Okay, come here, come here.
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  • "Father in the name..."
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  • So it became, I think,
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  • it wasn't spooky.
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  • It was never spooky.
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  • It was never pushy,
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  • but the doctors knew we were different,
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  • and we had one nurse say to my mom,
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  • "You have nonbelievers believing.
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  • "People don't say 'if' no more when they talk about him.
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  • "They say 'when.'"
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  • So we got the doctors saying what we were saying.
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  • So it was kind of like -- - [Kevin] Yeah, changed
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  • - [Kevin] their langauge up.
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  • - Yeah, I would tell,
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  • my mother told the therapist when she was working with him,
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  • while he was still sedated,
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  • "Don't tell him he's sick.
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  • "Don't tell him.
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  • "Tell him he's doing well, and he's getting better."
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  • - So at the time they arrived at our institution,
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  • like in the case of Mr. Freeman,
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  • they come with ventilator that is trying
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  • to do as much as possible
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  • to keep those tube gases within normal limits.
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  • That usually means insulation of the lungs,
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  • or deliver it to the lungs.
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  • Very high volumes of different
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  • combinations with the gasses,
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  • oxygen with nitrogen, hydrogen, and other gasses,
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  • so the problem with that strategy
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  • is that high volume that they need from the ventilator
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  • translates into high pressures
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  • in the airway,
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  • and that can further damage the lungs,
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  • so at that point you're in this spiral
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  • that you need to give more gas, more air,
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  • but at the same time you're causing more and more damage,
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  • so they only way to stop that spiral
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  • is by instituting ECMO and,
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  • because ECMO takes over the function of the lungs,
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  • we can minimize what the ventilator is doing,
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  • so the pressure inside the lungs now are very low,
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  • and for a week or two weeks,
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  • as long as necessary,
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  • sometimes it's even longer than these,
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  • those low pressures will allow the lungs to heal.
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  • - He was totally out for three weeks
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  • because he was connected to
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  • the ECMO machine they had him on,
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  • and he was also on a ventilator at that time.
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  • Well, after they took him off the ECMO machine,
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  • he stayed on the ventilator maybe another week.
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  • His lungs were clearing up.
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  • I remember when they first showed me his X-rays.
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  • His X-rays, they said,
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  • "Okay, you understand that when you see somebody's
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  • lungs on the X-ray, you should see black."
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  • Well, they showed me his X-rays.
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  • His X-rays were all white.
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  • He had no airspace in his lungs.
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  • - Like, they would tell us on the X-ray,
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  • "We see a little bit of black,
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  • "but it's not much."
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  • And we would be like, "Yes!
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  • "Black, that's progress."
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  • And they like, "Yeah, but it's very little."
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  • And we like, "We don't care.
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  • "Progress is progress."
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  • - Most of them thought that maybe the family
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  • was not really understanding.
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  • The family is not taking total understanding
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  • that he may die.
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  • They thought the family was in total denial,
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  • but they were not.
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  • - The family was always extreamly,
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  • extreamly involved with his care.
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  • They were here from time zero,
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  • since he arrived from the hospital.
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  • They recall, talk to his wife many times,
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  • and one of his daughters.
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  • They were extremely involved,
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  • extreamly pleasant,
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  • and understanding of how serious his condition was,
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  • how extraordinary this measure
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  • of instituting an ECMO on him was,
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  • and I think one of the,
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  • one of the best things
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  • is to have realistic expectations
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  • about what could happen to him.
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  • Although, I have to say,
  • 00:10:14.190 --> 00:10:15.240
  • the were extreamly optimistic all the time
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  • that he would recover as he did.
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  • That was quite remarkable actually.
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  • I think they understood that he was sick
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  • and that he could die,
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  • but I think they just had faith
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  • that things would get better.
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  • - One thing that I told the doctors
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  • through this process,
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  • they were telling me,
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  • "Okay, it's going to be this,
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  • "and you know if this works,
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  • "and I don't know how this is going to be,
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  • "and we're going to try this,
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  • "and it's going to be a lot of little things,"
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  • and I would look at them, and I would say,
  • 00:10:42.200 --> 00:10:44.190
  • "You know what?
  • 00:10:44.190 --> 00:10:45.280
  • "I really don't care how we get in the end zone.
  • 00:10:45.280 --> 00:10:48.170
  • "I don't care if it's a whole lot of little plays,
  • 00:10:48.170 --> 00:10:51.020
  • "or one big play.
  • 00:10:51.020 --> 00:10:52.200
  • "Give me a Hail Mary or give me a lot of little plays,
  • 00:10:52.200 --> 00:10:55.070
  • "just get me in the end zone."
  • 00:10:55.070 --> 00:10:56.260
  • I knew God had promised me
  • 00:10:56.260 --> 00:10:59.010
  • that Mike was going to get out of that hospital,
  • 00:10:59.010 --> 00:11:01.080
  • that he was going to be healed,
  • 00:11:01.080 --> 00:11:02.090
  • and he was going to be whole.
  • 00:11:02.090 --> 00:11:03.160
  • I never doubted that one bit,
  • 00:11:03.160 --> 00:11:06.240
  • - So now we're asking that we take him off,
  • 00:11:06.240 --> 00:11:10.160
  • not the machine, if he can be weaned off,
  • 00:11:10.160 --> 00:11:12.240
  • but if he can't be weaned off the machine,
  • 00:11:12.240 --> 00:11:14.150
  • this is what we have to do,
  • 00:11:14.150 --> 00:11:15.240
  • and that was now the next decision
  • 00:11:15.240 --> 00:11:17.140
  • of making a tracheostomy, which was a tube for him to breath
  • 00:11:17.140 --> 00:11:21.040
  • that would allow us to wake him up a little more,
  • 00:11:21.040 --> 00:11:23.150
  • and the tube that was in his mouth
  • 00:11:23.150 --> 00:11:24.280
  • for now 16 plus days needed to come out.
  • 00:11:24.280 --> 00:11:28.210
  • - A trach, tracheostomy,
  • 00:11:28.210 --> 00:11:30.140
  • is a hole you place in the trachea,
  • 00:11:30.140 --> 00:11:34.070
  • so you're actually breathing from you neck,
  • 00:11:34.070 --> 00:11:37.090
  • from here rather than from nostrils.
  • 00:11:37.090 --> 00:11:40.190
  • - They had given him so many steroids,
  • 00:11:40.190 --> 00:11:43.030
  • treating his lungs, just so much stuff,
  • 00:11:43.030 --> 00:11:47.150
  • that he couldn't even move.
  • 00:11:47.150 --> 00:11:49.070
  • They didn't know about his brain activity,
  • 00:11:49.070 --> 00:11:51.250
  • or his waves, or how he was going to be.
  • 00:11:51.250 --> 00:11:54.090
  • If he was going to be in his right mind or whatever.
  • 00:11:54.090 --> 00:11:56.150
  • You know, they was telling me this,
  • 00:11:56.150 --> 00:11:57.260
  • and I would tell them, "Oh, he's going to be fine.
  • 00:11:57.260 --> 00:12:00.030
  • "You know, just go ahead and treat him.
  • 00:12:00.030 --> 00:12:01.170
  • "Do whatever you have to do."
  • 00:12:01.170 --> 00:12:02.220
  • I remember when
  • 00:12:02.220 --> 00:12:05.020
  • he was really up,
  • 00:12:06.070 --> 00:12:08.060
  • and they put the trach in,
  • 00:12:08.060 --> 00:12:12.050
  • and Dr. Smith was in the room with him,
  • 00:12:12.050 --> 00:12:14.020
  • and I wasn't,
  • 00:12:14.020 --> 00:12:15.040
  • and when I came in the room
  • 00:12:15.040 --> 00:12:16.190
  • she said, "Hey, he's talking,"
  • 00:12:16.190 --> 00:12:19.090
  • And you couldn't hear him because he had the trach in,
  • 00:12:19.090 --> 00:12:23.090
  • and he didn't have the valve on,
  • 00:12:23.090 --> 00:12:24.270
  • so you could hear him talk,
  • 00:12:24.270 --> 00:12:26.130
  • but he had figured out how to catch the wind
  • 00:12:26.130 --> 00:12:30.020
  • or the air that was coming up in the trach,
  • 00:12:30.020 --> 00:12:33.060
  • and the first thing he said was I want to go home.
  • 00:12:33.060 --> 00:12:36.080
  • It freaked me out because I didn't expect him
  • 00:12:36.080 --> 00:12:39.020
  • to say anything or even know he was somewhere
  • 00:12:39.020 --> 00:12:42.210
  • he wasn't suppose to be,
  • 00:12:42.210 --> 00:12:44.200
  • and I said, "No."
  • 00:12:44.200 --> 00:12:45.270
  • So I got my phone out really quick,
  • 00:12:45.270 --> 00:12:48.040
  • and I put my phone up to his face,
  • 00:12:48.040 --> 00:12:49.250
  • and I said, "Come on, say 'I love you'"
  • 00:12:49.250 --> 00:12:52.220
  • Say, "I love you."
  • 00:12:52.220 --> 00:12:54.120
  • - I love you.
  • 00:12:54.120 --> 00:12:56.000
  • - Oh, you talking about crying.
  • 00:12:56.000 --> 00:12:57.240
  • That is the first time I allowed myself to cry
  • 00:12:57.240 --> 00:13:01.190
  • because I was so excited to actually see
  • 00:13:01.190 --> 00:13:06.040
  • the manifestation of my faith.
  • 00:13:06.040 --> 00:13:09.160
  • - The next morning, I talked to Pastor DeeDee,
  • 00:13:09.160 --> 00:13:11.060
  • and I said, "You know, all you want to do is
  • 00:13:11.060 --> 00:13:13.080
  • "just spend the next few days in (mumbles) tweaking things.
  • 00:13:13.080 --> 00:13:16.110
  • "He's ready to get out of here.
  • 00:13:16.110 --> 00:13:17.210
  • "We need to move him to a rehab
  • 00:13:17.210 --> 00:13:19.030
  • "because that's what he needs now."
  • 00:13:19.030 --> 00:13:20.290
  • But as far as his ability to move
  • 00:13:20.290 --> 00:13:22.210
  • his hands, his arms, his shoulders,
  • 00:13:22.210 --> 00:13:24.030
  • he couldn't even hold his head up.
  • 00:13:24.030 --> 00:13:25.180
  • We had to put pillows to his left and his right
  • 00:13:25.180 --> 00:13:27.110
  • for his head to stay up.
  • 00:13:27.110 --> 00:13:28.120
  • If he sat up, he would fall over,
  • 00:13:28.120 --> 00:13:30.050
  • and so it took us a while to really
  • 00:13:30.050 --> 00:13:31.270
  • continue to explain to him where he was,
  • 00:13:31.270 --> 00:13:35.010
  • how long this has been going,
  • 00:13:35.010 --> 00:13:36.210
  • how sick he had been.
  • 00:13:36.210 --> 00:13:38.040
  • "I can't move, I can't move, what's going on?"
  • 00:13:38.040 --> 00:13:40.070
  • And so that was an educational point for him,
  • 00:13:40.070 --> 00:13:43.010
  • also recovery time for his body what to place was
  • 00:13:43.010 --> 00:13:47.060
  • his nerves and muscles had now become damaged,
  • 00:13:47.060 --> 00:13:49.240
  • and they had to regrow themself.
  • 00:13:49.240 --> 00:13:52.070
  • - You know, in the beginning they told us,
  • 00:13:52.070 --> 00:13:54.160
  • when he left from out of ICU,
  • 00:13:54.160 --> 00:13:56.290
  • he was going to have to go to a step down,
  • 00:13:56.290 --> 00:13:59.050
  • meaning that he would leave ICU and go to a regular room.
  • 00:13:59.050 --> 00:14:03.110
  • Well, he was doing so good so fast
  • 00:14:03.110 --> 00:14:06.070
  • that they never sent him to another room.
  • 00:14:06.070 --> 00:14:10.210
  • He left right out of ICU
  • 00:14:10.210 --> 00:14:12.260
  • and was transferred to a rehab center.
  • 00:14:12.260 --> 00:14:16.050
  • Who does that?
  • 00:14:16.050 --> 00:14:17.020
  • They say nobody does that.
  • 00:14:17.020 --> 00:14:18.190
  • Well, that was really in line with our prayer.
  • 00:14:18.190 --> 00:14:20.280
  • Amos 9:13 and the message it talks about
  • 00:14:20.280 --> 00:14:24.130
  • things are going to happen so fast
  • 00:14:24.130 --> 00:14:26.050
  • your head was going to swim,
  • 00:14:26.050 --> 00:14:28.020
  • and that's what we were expecting
  • 00:14:28.020 --> 00:14:29.190
  • that things to happen so fast
  • 00:14:29.190 --> 00:14:32.080
  • that it would amaze the doctors.
  • 00:14:32.080 --> 00:14:34.200
  • - The level of what I would call paralysis he had,
  • 00:14:34.200 --> 00:14:39.030
  • it was extreamly unusual.
  • 00:14:39.030 --> 00:14:41.040
  • I had never seen it.
  • 00:14:41.040 --> 00:14:43.090
  • One of our psychiatrists here
  • 00:14:43.090 --> 00:14:46.120
  • who has own practice
  • 00:14:46.120 --> 00:14:48.210
  • had not seen it,
  • 00:14:48.210 --> 00:14:50.060
  • and so it really worried us.
  • 00:14:50.060 --> 00:14:52.060
  • At one point in time I ask him if he can feel
  • 00:14:52.060 --> 00:14:54.270
  • because I was very surprised.
  • 00:14:54.270 --> 00:14:56.280
  • When I first met him, I went to shake his hand,
  • 00:14:56.280 --> 00:14:59.140
  • and only to realize he couldn't even move his finger.
  • 00:14:59.140 --> 00:15:02.150
  • He was completely.
  • 00:15:02.150 --> 00:15:04.000
  • The only thing he could move when he got here was his head.
  • 00:15:04.000 --> 00:15:07.020
  • - Because of the amount of muscle damage
  • 00:15:07.100 --> 00:15:09.230
  • and the amount, I should say muscle and nerve damage
  • 00:15:09.230 --> 00:15:13.170
  • that took place due to his laying still for that long
  • 00:15:13.170 --> 00:15:17.130
  • as well as the amount of medicines he was on,
  • 00:15:17.130 --> 00:15:19.190
  • now they were giving him maybe six months to a year
  • 00:15:19.190 --> 00:15:22.280
  • to really begin to get some kind of functionality.
  • 00:15:22.280 --> 00:15:26.090
  • They thought because, of course,
  • 00:15:26.090 --> 00:15:27.080
  • it takes time to grow muscles,
  • 00:15:27.080 --> 00:15:28.130
  • it takes time to grow nerves,
  • 00:15:28.130 --> 00:15:29.250
  • and this would take time due to his health
  • 00:15:29.250 --> 00:15:32.120
  • and getting his nutrition up,
  • 00:15:32.120 --> 00:15:33.240
  • so they were thinking that it was
  • 00:15:33.240 --> 00:15:35.210
  • going to be a long process.
  • 00:15:35.210 --> 00:15:37.020
  • Now, we know Pastor Mike,
  • 00:15:37.020 --> 00:15:39.030
  • and we know his mind,
  • 00:15:39.030 --> 00:15:40.090
  • and we know his mind set.
  • 00:15:40.090 --> 00:15:41.200
  • Pastor Mike was not at all standing for
  • 00:15:41.200 --> 00:15:45.050
  • I'm laying in this bed for this long.
  • 00:15:45.050 --> 00:15:47.260
  • (slow jazz music)
  • 00:15:47.260 --> 00:15:52.230
  • (upbeat drumming)
  • 00:15:55.190 --> 00:16:00.190
  • - [Victor] In his mind, he wanted,
  • 00:16:07.060 --> 00:16:09.240
  • he was further along in his mind
  • 00:16:09.240 --> 00:16:11.260
  • than he was in his body,
  • 00:16:11.260 --> 00:16:14.210
  • so the goal was to get him off of the ventilator,
  • 00:16:14.210 --> 00:16:19.210
  • get him decannulated, and, obviously, walking.
  • 00:16:20.010 --> 00:16:24.130
  • - [DeeDee] They started putting him in physical therapy,
  • 00:16:24.130 --> 00:16:27.050
  • and he went to therapy seven days a week.
  • 00:16:27.050 --> 00:16:30.210
  • Again, that was a first time for them.
  • 00:16:30.210 --> 00:16:32.240
  • They said they don't even know
  • 00:16:32.240 --> 00:16:34.130
  • how he ended up getting seven days
  • 00:16:34.130 --> 00:16:36.060
  • a week of therapy.
  • 00:16:36.060 --> 00:16:37.150
  • They said nobody ever gets that.
  • 00:16:37.150 --> 00:16:39.240
  • Seven days a week of therapy.
  • 00:16:39.240 --> 00:16:41.160
  • We celebrated everything.
  • 00:16:41.160 --> 00:16:44.100
  • I mean, when he could just lift his arm up a little bit,
  • 00:16:44.100 --> 00:16:47.170
  • we were like, "Yay."
  • 00:16:47.170 --> 00:16:50.010
  • When he could move his head,
  • 00:16:50.010 --> 00:16:51.270
  • or sit up, you know, we were like, "Yay,"
  • 00:16:51.270 --> 00:16:55.170
  • and I remember one time he went to physical therapy,
  • 00:16:55.170 --> 00:16:58.120
  • and they had him moving those little blocks,
  • 00:16:58.120 --> 00:17:00.230
  • and he said, "I feel like I'm in Demi and Dakota's class."
  • 00:17:00.230 --> 00:17:04.220
  • You know, he felt so juvenile,
  • 00:17:04.220 --> 00:17:06.150
  • but, you know, we were still celebrating him
  • 00:17:06.150 --> 00:17:08.280
  • and thanking God and rejoicing over
  • 00:17:08.280 --> 00:17:11.290
  • every little thing we saw
  • 00:17:11.290 --> 00:17:15.180
  • because to us, it was major.
  • 00:17:15.180 --> 00:17:17.220
  • To him it was like, "What?
  • 00:17:17.220 --> 00:17:20.060
  • "I could do this all the time."
  • 00:17:20.060 --> 00:17:21.280
  • Like, no you couldn't do this all the time.
  • 00:17:21.280 --> 00:17:24.100
  • You were out of it, dude.
  • 00:17:24.100 --> 00:17:26.030
  • - [Sophia] It took him a month in rehab,
  • 00:17:26.030 --> 00:17:27.240
  • but he went from his head sitting up
  • 00:17:27.240 --> 00:17:30.180
  • to within a couple days
  • 00:17:30.180 --> 00:17:32.070
  • to then within a week he had arm movements.
  • 00:17:32.070 --> 00:17:34.110
  • The next week he was actually able
  • 00:17:34.110 --> 00:17:35.210
  • to kind of get himself to where he was able
  • 00:17:35.210 --> 00:17:38.070
  • kind of sit up and hold himself up
  • 00:17:38.070 --> 00:17:39.210
  • to standing, all within a month time, he's walking,
  • 00:17:39.210 --> 00:17:43.040
  • and walking with little assistance to none.
  • 00:17:43.040 --> 00:17:46.200
  • - [Brittney] He's feeding himself.
  • 00:17:46.200 --> 00:17:48.090
  • He can kick his legs up.
  • 00:17:48.090 --> 00:17:51.010
  • They actually let him stand up to walk.
  • 00:17:51.010 --> 00:17:55.270
  • He could lift his legs up and move.
  • 00:17:55.270 --> 00:17:58.110
  • I would have never expected
  • 00:17:58.110 --> 00:18:00.110
  • to see my dad having to go through something like this,
  • 00:18:00.110 --> 00:18:04.190
  • but it just makes you realize
  • 00:18:04.190 --> 00:18:07.270
  • the little things that you take for granted
  • 00:18:07.270 --> 00:18:10.080
  • each and every day,
  • 00:18:10.080 --> 00:18:11.270
  • and it's like now I thank God I wake up in the morning.
  • 00:18:11.270 --> 00:18:15.060
  • Thank you, God, I can wake up.
  • 00:18:15.060 --> 00:18:16.140
  • Thank you, God, I can brush my teeth.
  • 00:18:16.140 --> 00:18:18.040
  • Thank you, God, I can walk and put my socks on.
  • 00:18:18.040 --> 00:18:20.090
  • You know.
  • 00:18:20.090 --> 00:18:21.140
  • He asked me was I ashamed of him,
  • 00:18:21.140 --> 00:18:25.010
  • and I'm like, "What?"
  • 00:18:25.010 --> 00:18:28.080
  • And he said, "Like, are you ashamed of me
  • 00:18:28.080 --> 00:18:30.240
  • "because people get ashamed of their parents
  • 00:18:30.240 --> 00:18:34.160
  • "when they're like sick or weak
  • 00:18:34.160 --> 00:18:38.000
  • "or they can't do certain things form themselves."
  • 00:18:38.000 --> 00:18:40.270
  • He was like, at this point, he couldn't feed himself,
  • 00:18:40.270 --> 00:18:44.160
  • and he was kind of emotional,
  • 00:18:44.160 --> 00:18:46.280
  • and I just looked at him,
  • 00:18:46.280 --> 00:18:48.020
  • and I was like, "Are you kidding me?
  • 00:18:48.020 --> 00:18:49.240
  • "You're stronger now, to me,
  • 00:18:49.240 --> 00:18:51.170
  • "than I ever thought you were before,"
  • 00:18:51.170 --> 00:18:54.140
  • and he just kind of looked at me,
  • 00:18:54.140 --> 00:18:57.010
  • and it was a bit emotional for me.
  • 00:18:57.010 --> 00:18:59.010
  • When I walked out of the room
  • 00:18:59.010 --> 00:19:00.060
  • I was like, uh!
  • 00:19:00.060 --> 00:19:03.020
  • - He didn't realize how sick he really was,
  • 00:19:03.020 --> 00:19:06.160
  • so everybody was telling him,
  • 00:19:06.160 --> 00:19:08.190
  • I mean from the beginning to the end,
  • 00:19:08.190 --> 00:19:11.030
  • how fast things were going and how well he was progressing.
  • 00:19:11.030 --> 00:19:16.030
  • I mean, the nurses would leave one day,
  • 00:19:16.050 --> 00:19:19.260
  • come back the next day,
  • 00:19:19.260 --> 00:19:21.040
  • and they would see him doing something else.
  • 00:19:21.040 --> 00:19:22.260
  • I mean, up walking, moving, and feeding himself,
  • 00:19:22.260 --> 00:19:26.260
  • and showering himself, and shaving himself,
  • 00:19:26.260 --> 00:19:30.150
  • and just everything.
  • 00:19:30.150 --> 00:19:32.140
  • It just was a beautiful thing
  • 00:19:32.140 --> 00:19:36.020
  • to begin to see your faith manifest.
  • 00:19:36.020 --> 00:19:38.220
  • I'm coming home
  • 00:19:38.220 --> 00:19:41.020
  • I'm coming home
  • 00:19:41.020 --> 00:19:43.000
  • Tell the world
  • 00:19:43.000 --> 00:19:44.100
  • I'm coming home
  • 00:19:44.100 --> 00:19:46.200
  • Let the rain
  • 00:19:46.200 --> 00:19:48.190
  • Wash away
  • 00:19:48.190 --> 00:19:50.110
  • All the pain
  • 00:19:50.110 --> 00:19:51.220
  • Of yesterday
  • 00:19:51.220 --> 00:19:53.260
  • I know my
  • 00:19:53.260 --> 00:19:54.230
  • Kingdom awaits
  • 00:19:54.230 --> 00:19:57.150
  • And they've
  • 00:19:57.150 --> 00:19:58.090
  • Forgive my mistakes
  • 00:19:58.090 --> 00:20:01.020
  • I'm coming home
  • 00:20:01.020 --> 00:20:03.000
  • I'm coming home
  • 00:20:03.000 --> 00:20:05.060
  • Tell the world
  • 00:20:05.060 --> 00:20:06.090
  • I'm coming
  • 00:20:06.090 --> 00:20:08.200
  • I'm back where I belong
  • 00:20:11.020 --> 00:20:12.260
  • Never felt so strong eh
  • 00:20:12.260 --> 00:20:15.210
  • I'm back
  • 00:20:15.210 --> 00:20:16.160
  • I'm feeling like
  • 00:20:16.160 --> 00:20:17.090
  • There's nothing
  • 00:20:17.090 --> 00:20:18.030
  • That I can't try
  • 00:20:18.030 --> 00:20:19.020
  • And if you really
  • 00:20:19.020 --> 00:20:19.260
  • Put your hands high
  • 00:20:19.260 --> 00:20:21.090
  • Feel the Lord
  • 00:20:21.090 --> 00:20:23.230
  • High, hey.
  • 00:20:23.230 --> 00:20:27.080
  • Dreams filled you
  • 00:20:27.080 --> 00:20:28.200
  • Right from the best
  • 00:20:28.200 --> 00:20:30.070
  • - [Voiceover] Thank you, Lord!
  • 00:20:30.070 --> 00:20:31.180
  • I'm coming home
  • 00:20:31.180 --> 00:20:33.050
  • I'm coming home
  • 00:20:33.050 --> 00:20:34.150
  • Tell the world
  • 00:20:34.150 --> 00:20:35.160
  • I'm coming home
  • 00:20:35.160 --> 00:20:36.250
  • Coming home
  • 00:20:36.250 --> 00:20:37.260
  • Let the rain
  • 00:20:37.260 --> 00:20:39.020
  • Wash away
  • 00:20:39.020 --> 00:20:40.020
  • Feels so good
  • 00:20:40.020 --> 00:20:41.040
  • All the pain
  • 00:20:41.040 --> 00:20:42.060
  • Of yesterday I feel so free
  • 00:20:42.060 --> 00:20:43.090
  • My kingdom awaits
  • 00:20:43.090 --> 00:20:45.270
  • And they've forgiven
  • 00:20:45.270 --> 00:20:47.120
  • My mistakes
  • 00:20:47.120 --> 00:20:48.270
  • I'm coming home.
  • 00:20:48.270 --> 00:20:49.220
  • - Victory will produce.
  • 00:20:49.220 --> 00:20:50.260
  • - We're going home.
  • 00:20:50.260 --> 00:20:52.210
  • I'm coming home
  • 00:20:52.210 --> 00:20:54.060
  • I'm coming home
  • 00:20:54.060 --> 00:20:55.210
  • Tell the world
  • 00:20:55.210 --> 00:20:56.230
  • I'm coming home
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  • - [Voiceover] I'm coming home.
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  • (cheering)
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  • (background conversations)
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  • - Do I need a hat on?
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  • - Yeah.
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  • - I can tell you need a hat.
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  • (laughter)
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  • - We not gonna.
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  • I don't think none of us.
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  • - Whoo, Lordy.
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  • Here we go to church, man.
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  • Going to church.
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  • Yeah, I'm grateful to God.
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  • It's been
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  • about four months now
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  • that I've been away from church.
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  • and I got all different kind of emotions
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  • going on at this particular time.
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  • You know, ecstatic about being able to,
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  • first of all, worship my church family,
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  • and just giving God
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  • the glory for this day.
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  • Seeing the faces.
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  • I don't know whether I'm going to cry
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  • or laugh or jump.
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  • I'm trying to contain myself
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  • because, you know, they told me to take it easy
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  • (laugh)
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  • and to be careful and not to try to exert
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  • so much of myself today,
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  • but, you know,
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  • how do you do that?
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  • There's a song that this guy's singing.
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  • I can only imagine when he gets to Heaven.
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  • He says, "I don't know if I'm going
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  • "to just kneel at his feet and cry,
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  • "jump, or shout,
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  • "or what it's
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  • "going to be like."
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  • Whoo.
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  • We'll just have to wait and see, huh?
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  • Welcome home, Pastor Mike.
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  • Love you man.
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  • (background talking)
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  • - This is crazy.
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  • (background conversations)
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  • - Everybody.
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  • - [Man With Camera] Yes.
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  • Man, what's up?
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  • Sir.
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  • - [Kevin] Can you do this?
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  • - Can we get some time this week?
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  • - How you doing?
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  • Let me go so I can sit.
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  • - Yeah, he's got to...
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  • - Yeah.
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  • - Yes, sit.
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  • All the hugs, it's going to drain you.
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  • - How you doing, Bishop?
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  • - (mumbling) how you feeling?
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  • (background conversations)
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  • (laughter)
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  • - [DeeDee] Come on baby, come on.
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  • This is too gone.
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  • Here, put this on.
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  • You've got too long a day for that.
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  • (lots of conversation)
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  • - Give the craziest victory scream
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  • You've ever let out.
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  • - Buffing this.
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  • (screaming)
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  • - Thank you.
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  • When I needed you most, you were there for,
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  • here for me, lifting me up, helping me through.
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  • (laughter)
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  • He has all the answers
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  • To the questions
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  • He'll be the teacher
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  • In every life lesson
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  • You'll be the pracher
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  • - Come on, Dallie.
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  • Well you'll tell everybody
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  • You can tell everybody.
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  • (deep base)
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  • (clapping and cheering)
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  • - It's that time, that time, baby.
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  • (loud music)
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  • (cheering)
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  • Go ahead and tell everybody
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  • (loud music)
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  • Oh you can tell everybody
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  • (cheering)
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  • You can tell everybody
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  • You can tell everybody
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  • (cheering)
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  • You can tell everybody.
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  • You can tell everybody
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  • Yes, you can tell everybody
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  • You can tell everybody
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  • Yes, you can tell everybody
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  • All about it
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  • Tell everybody
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  • You can tell everybody
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  • Tell everybody
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  • Yes, you can tell everybody.
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  • Go ahead, tell everybody
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  • You can tell everybody
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  • Yes, you can tell everybody.
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  • Go ahead and tell everybody
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  • You can tell everybody
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  • You can tell everybody
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  • You can tell everybody
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  • You can tell everybody
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  • The way He is
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  • We will, we will
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  • In every area
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  • Of our life
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  • We will, we will
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  • Overcomers born of Christ
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  • We will, we will
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  • Nothing can stop us now
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  • Nothing can stop us
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  • We will, we will
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  • Oh
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  • I'm claiming
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  • The victory
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  • Before I...
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