Tag Archives: cancer

Update: Giving Thanks

I think this is the kind of update my readers really like. This is a peek into my soul. Health update in one sentence: I’m in remission, feeling great, and my immune system still won’t rebound. Doctors are clueless as … Continue reading

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You may have noticed that I haven’t posted in a month. That’s probably good, as my last two posts, as far as positive responses, were about the best I’ve ever written, apparently. Keep your eyes on Jesus and your mind … Continue reading

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Cancer and Faith

So I have cancer one more time. Based on what my doctor said, it’s an easier one this time. I doubt lymphoma is always less dangerous than leukemia, but in my case, it is. This is Little League compared to … Continue reading

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Hey, I’m a Cancer Survivor, too.

This blog is meant to be a bit more than my former The Rest of the Old, Old Story blog. I’m condensing all my blogs, except the ones that are mostly automatically created by my web sites, Christian-History.org and Proof-of-Evolution.com, … Continue reading

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Leave Those Christians Alone!

Back when I was first diagnosed with leukemia, I thought, “I’m going to trust God. I’m going to live by the grace of God, go through chemotherapy counting it all joy to have fallen into this trial, and be a … Continue reading

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Yippee! I Have Leukemia!

As I write this on June 25, I only have a preliminary diagnosis from my family doctor of Leukemia. It’s Saturday, and I have an appointment with the cancer center in Corinth, MS on Monday to confirm the diagnosis and … Continue reading

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