Christian artist, Phil Wickham, posted in a video blog yesterday that he is going to have surgery for vocal issues he's been dealing with. In the video Phil has obvious problems with his voice, and says that the operation will be on Monday. Consider praying for him as his surgery is on the 28th, at 12 P.M. Pacific. See the video below.
Wickham has struggled with his vocals and posted in a tweet on April 21 that he was going to have surgery on his vocal chord:
"Having surgery on my vocal chord next Monday. Spirit is high, and heart is thankful. Hopeful to get on the other side of this. Much love,
PW" - @philwickham
Faithful fans of Wickham's have shown lots of support on social media and have promised to pray for healing and direction during this rough time.
Wickham's latest album "The Ascension" was released last September and was followed up by a deluxe version which just came out April 15.
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