Sarah Rodriguez was emotionally drained as she stood alone inside of a hospital bathroom, desperately pleading with God to heal her infant daughter.  The grieving mother was living out a parent’s worst nightmare: doctors had just recommended she remove her two-week-old baby girl from life support after the child contracted Bacterial Meningitis and Sepsis.  “Basically, they told us that she would not live, and if she did, she would be in a vegetative state,”

Rodriguez, author of the new book “From Depths We Rise,” recently told “The Church Boys” podcast. “A decision had to be made to remove the (ventilator).” The tragic circumstance started when Rodriguez noticed one day that baby Ellis was incredibly lethargic and warm, so she took her to the pediatrician. Doctors — clearly alarmed by the baby’s condition — immediately sent Ellis to the emergency room, and the situation quickly deteriorated. READ MORE