So, Dave spent a week in Knoxville being poked and prodded with pretreatment procedures. They weren’t all fun, but they are necessary to be able to begin his treatment in the next few weeks.
Do we really believe Jesus is the only way? If so, we must never get lax about sharing His precious gift of eternal life.
If you’ve experienced it, you know that life takes on a different reality when a loved one has cancer. All the plans we are making for Dave’s treatment feel almost surreal. It’s one thing to make plans to travel to go on a vacation. Those plans can be cancelled if… Continue reading
I prayed, “Abba, Daddy, the love of my life has cancer.” ” In the world you have tribulation, but take courage; I have overcome the world.” (John 16:33) I prayed, “Abba, Daddy, a young man has died. He was only 14. He had so much life to live. My grandsons are heartbroken, and they are facing the terrible reality that death… Continue reading
When you or someone you love is diagnosed with cancer, the first thoughts are, “Let’s get it out, now!” Sometimes that happens; more often it doesn’t work that quickly. Before Dave’s final diagnosis of cancer, he had two biopsies and an MRI. Since Dave has been diagnosed with prostate cancer,… Continue reading