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    Wife of Missionary Killed in Cameroon Walking Through ‘New Valley’ as Masses Discovered on Liver

    Updated: April 8, 2019 at 12:37 am EST  See Comments

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    MISHAWAKA, Ind. — The wife of an American missionary killed in Cameroon in October is asking for prayer for herself and her eight children as she has now learned that she has numerous masses on her liver.

    The Praying for Stephanie Wesco Facebook page outlines that Wesco went to the emergency room last month to have herself checked for appendicitis due to pain, but a scan found that she rather had a lesion on her liver.

    “My doctor ordered an MRI, just to double check the lesion, and it revealed 4-5 masses in my liver,” an update from Wesco outlines, as shared by a family friend.

    Wesco is now scheduled for testing and a biopsy at Cancer Treatment Centers of America this week.

    “I covet your prayers right now! The future holds so many unknowns,” she wrote. “Please pray that the Lord will work miraculously and bring glory to Himself through this trial.”

    Wesco also asked for prayer for her eight children, who just went through the loss of their father, and now are experiencing another parental hardship.

    “Please pray for my precious children, as their lives are once again flipped around,” she requested. “They are dealing with all of their own questions as we go through this new valley.”

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    Wesco said that while her circumstances have taken “away almost every plan, dream and hope that I held so precious and left me with

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