Rachel-Ruth Lotz, the granddaughter of the late evangelist Billy Graham, was hospitalised after suffering two back-to-back heart attacks. According to Anne Graham Lotz, Rachel-Ruth's mother, Rachel-Ruth was released from the hospital on Friday.
Anne wrote, "God has heard and answered our prayers! Join us in praising Him! He has surely been an ever present help in times of trouble."
She has also revealed the cause of her daughter's heart attacks. "While the ER doctor initially thought Rachel-Ruth may have Broken Heart Syndrome, the cardiologist diagnosed SCAD: Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection, which is extremely serious and resulted in her two heart attacks."
Nevertheless, Rachel-Ruth still needs our prayers. "Like the sunrise, the Light of God's presence, compassion, wisdom and peace have been present in this darkness. Our ongoing prayer now is for Rachel-Ruth to recover her strength, health, and never again have any heart related issues. Thank you for praying with us," Anne concluded.
Rachel-Ruth Lotz teaches a weekly women's Bible study at the University of North Carolina and has spoken at numerous events around the country. She graduated from Baylor University and is married to high school football coach Steven Wright. They have three daughters. She also serves on the board of her mother's ministry, AnGeL Ministries, and chairs a weekly prayer team that undergirds the ministry.