LITTLE ROCK – Robby Tingle, Arkansas Baptist State Convention (ABSC) missions ministries team leader, is continuing to recover from injuries resulting from an automobile accident Feb. 16.
Yesterday the Arkansas Baptist News reported that a complication occured in which the muscle in Tingle's right leg had died and would require amputation below his right knee.
According to a Feb. 27 post by Karen West, ministry assistant for the ABSC evangelism and church growth team, on Tingle's CaringBridge profile, upon reevaluation, Tingle’s doctors ruled his leg was healthy enough that amputation was no longer necessary.
"You are a great surgeon but this is all God," West reported Cynthia Tingle, Robby's wife, telling the doctor.
"Please continue to pray for Robby's leg to heal, pray for the surgeons as they operate and as Cynthia shares her faith with them. Cynthia just wants everyone to know they thank them for all the prayers, calls, texts, food, visits, etc.," writes West in the website post.
For updates on Tingle visit www.caringbridge.org/visit/robbytingle.