Thursday, August 28, 2014

Dollar Seller to Donate 10% of All Transactions to Boise's Got Faith

Local and talented web designer and developer, Casey McMullen, has been a loyal Boise's Got Faith supporter from day one. He and his company are about to launch a brand new website called Dollar Seller. What does this have to do with Boise's Got Faith? LOTS! Read Casey's blog entry that he posted this morning to find out why ALL OF YOU should be excited about this new online selling community, and what they'll be doing to help support the kids that we love and serve. After you've done that, go ahead and "Like" Dollar Seller on Facebook, then go to and pre-register today to get your first 3 listings for free and to support this local company that will, so generously and exclusively, be supporting Boise's Got Faith.

Friday, August 15, 2014

Sweet Friends

You know this update from Linzi's mom makes us here at Boise's Got Faith smile. We are so grateful that God brought these two girls together and is building between them a special bond and friendship. THIS makes us smile:

"Super fun evening with the Gabby family sharing stories and encouraging one another in our journeys with cancer this last year. Way to go Brylee and Linzi, our cancer warriors!! And they also happen to be best friends! Somehow Linzi knows she has a connection with Brylee and she's someone special!"

Saturday, August 2, 2014

Adios, Doernbecher

Cancer-free Linzi walking out the doors of Doernbecher Children's Hospital, hand-in-hand with her daddy, for the very last time. A special snapshot in time for a very special little girl and her family.

Friday, August 1, 2014

She's All Done, Folks!

She is ALL DONE with inpatient treatment, folks! Boise's Got Faith thanks God for Linzi's healing and are grateful that she can now get back to simply being a kid! We love you, Linzi! Here's yesterday's update from Linzi's mom:

"Linzi's last inpatient day in the hospital!! We are celebrating--One of Linzi's best friends (Mya) came to visit!! Linzi had a party with The Children's Cancer Association and graduated from the Chemo-Pal program. We will greatly miss Erin and all she has done for our family. Yet it also feels amazing to be done with treatment!"