'We prayed that the surgery would be successful and that God would lead her hands... millimetre by millimetre surgery... there is a lot of time in there operating on our little boy's head.'
'We are five weeks out from neurosurgery and we haven't seen one seizure. Praise God'
'Over the course of the five weeks he has been slowly returning to us and it's like regaining a child.
'We call it the slow awakening. Every day we see something return that we forgot we lost.
'To have him return to us over five weeks, little mannerisms, ways of thinking, questions, questions. We love his questions. The inquisitive mind that is Noah's. It's wonderful to have that back.'
Cath and Otto Peeters have spent the last month at Ronald McDonald house while their little six year old boy Noah has been recovering this last month from 12 hours of brain surgery.
They shared on air the story of Noah's miraculous recovery.
Cath and Otto want to thank all those people who prayed for them during this period.
'Noah has done better than any of us expected, including the medical team. His recovery and rehab have both gone really well. Praise God for a terrific outcome! He has taught Cath and I so much through this we couldn't have learnt in other ways.'