LIVVY
Diagnosed at 5 yrs old with brain cancer
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Diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Lymphoma
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Bringing smiles to kids with cancer

Every three minutes a family receives the life changing news that their child has been diagnosed with cancer.

With over 15,000 children diagnosed with cancer each year in the United States, it is the mission of “In My Father’s Eyes” to share a gift of hope and beauty during a dark time. Cancer is more than a medical diagnosis. Cancer affects the patient and family alike creating physical and emotional challenges. Our desire is to remind these children and their families of how beautiful they are inside and out.

Recent Completed Portraits

Meet just a few of the courageous children we’ve had the pleasure of working with

Lybia

Lybia was a beautiful 5 year old young lady who was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma and lived with her family in California. As you can see from that gorgeous smile, she lived life big! She relapsed on 7/22/16 and gained her angel wings on September 10, 2016.

Ashton

Ashton is a very special 5 year old cancer patient in Louisiana. He’s a fighter to be 5 and have gone through so much and still have a smile on his face.

Teiya

Teiya is a beautiful 4 year old who lives with her family on the island of Guam. She was diagnosed with Medulloblastoma in May. She is currently undergoing her 6th round of chemo.

In their words…

  • Kayla's portrait reminds me that Jesus never left our side even though we were going through a very dark journey. It is an incredible feeling to have someone provide such a wonderful act of kindness to us.

    Pam Johnson
    Pam Johnson Mother of Kayla Johnson
  • Olivia (our daughter) said she wanted to be an artist because "she wants to draw pictures for children to make them so happy like Brent had done for her." The portrait of Olivia will always be a special treasure in our home.

    Emily Boyce
    Emily Boyce Mother of Olivia
  • As I look upon those portraits I am reminded of a time when God held my girls during a very difficult time. Those portraits are a sweet witness of how God gifts and equips His people to encourage others.

    Shirley Bailey
    Shirley Bailey Mother of Danielle & Alexis