UPDATE: Please Pray for studioDNA’s, Aaron Dicer

UPDATE: After suffering cardiac trauma last week, today Aaron is almost back to normal. He says he is 95% there. He goes in tomorrow for a pacer/defibrillator and hopefully home this week. Thanks to the CMB family for praying for this miracle!


UPDATE:  Aaron’s recovery is going well, and he is undergoing more testing this week to assess his current condition. We are hoping he can go home by the end of the week. Thanks for continuing to pray!


studioDNA’s, Aaron Dicer, has been in the hospital since Wednesday when his heart stopped. He is now in ICU, where they placed him in an induced “cold” coma. Doctors are now starting to warm him up and so far, his body seems to be responding pretty well. They are weaning him off of the medicine and thankfully he was able to open his eyes today.

Denee’ Hughes, Aaron’s studioDNA partner says, “I am right there with all of you praying for Aaron to recover quickly and for the hearts of his wife Jen and all of their family. God is good. Let’s believe together for miracles.”

Thank you for joining the CMB family in praying for Aaron!

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