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Joey Feek from Joey+Rory undergoing surgery this morning

Joey + Rory; photo: Bryan Allen

Joey + Rory; photo: Bryan Allen

Story updated below

During your morning hustle and bustle, be sure to send out a quick prayer and some good vibes to Joey Feek from Joey+Rory who is undergoing surgery in Chicago today.

Husband Rory posted the news to Facebook yesterday.

back in Chicago with my beautiful bride. Her surgery is at 10 am tomorrow morning. Praying and believing.

Posted by Joey and Rory on Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Rory recently revealed that Joey’s cervical cancer had returned, so the surgery is related to that. The good news is, despite what they’re going through, the couple haven’t let it get them down and even performed a concert over the holiday weekend, inviting 300 fans to one of their Farmhouse Concerts.

During the show, Joey opened up a bit and expressed her hope for the coming days.

“It was kind of a big shock to us. We didn’t see this coming,” Joey told the audience according to Rare.Us. Adding, “We have a lot of hope up there. You draw off of that, but more than anything, you draw off of Christ. We know that He’s already paved the way for us and He’s going to take care of me, no matter what.”

I’ll definitely be keeping Joey, Rory, and their precious daughter Indiana in my thoughts today and praying for many Farmhouse Concerts to come.

On a side note, the couple do have more shows planned starting July 30, so definitely go out and support them if they’re coming to a venue near you.

Update: If you’d like to send Joey a card to show your support, Rory posted her temporary address on Facebook just a bit ago.

Rory wanted y’all to have Joey’s address for the next week in case you’d like to send her some love.

Joey Feek
C/O Cancer Treatment Center of America
2520 Elisha Ave.
Zion, IL 60099

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Peggy Booth

Wednesday 28th of October 2015


Please know that you are in my prayers and keep fighting. Cancer doesn't always mean a death sentence. I have been fighting kidney cancer for 10 years now. My doctor even once told me after I had my first visit with him that he never expected to ever see me back in his office again. But the Lord had other plans. Your faith is strong and we have to believe and know what the Lord can do. He hears and answers prayer and he knows how much your beautiful family needs you. I'm so sorry for all that you are goiing through but keep trusting in Jesus.


Peggy Booth

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