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    10,000 Prayers and Counting: Praying for Sophia
    By Beckie Lindsey

    A nine-year-old girl, Sophia Campa Peters from Brownfield, Texas has a big request: get the whole world to pray for her brain surgery January 26.

    Going Global

    Sophia’s brother, Jonah age 12, encouraged their parents, Scott and Karyn Campa-Peters to go global with the prayer.

    Sophia’s response was, “You mean everyone in the world will be praying for me? All 10,000 of them?” She was told there were many more people than that in the world. “So, 11,000?” She replied.

    From this conversation, the family started using #10,000people as their hashtag on social media posts.

    Since her prayer request, Sophia has received prayers from all over the world including one from the Oval Office. 

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    The Disease

    This courageous young girl’s belief in the power of prayer is from first-hand experience.

    Sophia suffers from an “unknown genetic vasculopathy.”

    According to her mother, Karyn, “Her symptoms fall under the umbrella of a disease called MoyaMoya.”

    MoyaMoya is characterized as the narrowing of blood vessels in the brain resulting in limited bl