This massive hurdle between Little John and his treatment was removed, but Stuart's work wasn't over yet. He spent the next several months praying and fundraising with his church in order to totally cover all the other expenses that follow when you pack up a family from Haiti and bring them to America for intensive surgery.
God's work wasn't done yet, either. Stuart and his church collected more than $10,000 in donations, a Denver-area company donated expensive surgical devices needed for the procedure, and the surgeon from the airport and his staff at Avon Oral, Facial and Dental Implant Surgery held up their promise to perform the surgery for free.
Little John flew with his father, Jean Luckner Olivier, to Connecticut for the surgery not long after. Stuart said they stayed with a gracious Muslim family there, who "welcomed everyone involved with open arms and fed them all," CBS reports.
After having his surgery, Little John then flew with his father to Colorado to complete his recovery and meet the incredible people who served as the hands and feet of God to work this miracle in his life.
“Without God, we couldn’t really do it,” Olivier said, using a translator. “(Little John) feels he is going to have a better life in the future. He wasn’t worried, because he knows there is nothing that God cannot do.”
“For me, it was a big deal. But, for God, it was nothing,” Olivier said. “Because, God is great, and can do all things.”
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