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A Father Writes about His Daughter’s Cancer

My dad is the senior pastor of Brookings Church of the Nazarene in Brookings, OR. He has been in the ministry longer than I have been alive, which is almost thirty years now. My dad is many things; an artist, a story teller, a counselor, a preacher, a cartoonist, and...

Clinging to The Cross

My Clinging Cross I can now say "I am halfway done" with the bad chemo! I am so thankful that I have made it this far, and as far as the credit for getting here I bestow on our Heavenly Father.  The picture above is of a clinging cross given to me as a...

A Special Valentine’s Day During a Cancer Fight

  I have been blessed throughout this life, so I can’t complain, however fighting cancer is hard. I'm giving myself permission to be sad about my cancer diagnosis as my family and friends watch my health decline rapidly and reminding myself that I have a right to be anxious and afraid...

Finding the Light This week has been rough, but not too unbearable where I could not see life’s blessings. My counts are low again, and I have had some trouble with soreness in my stomach. This week my Oncologist asked me what I learned from eating Tostadas the night before I painted our bathroom wall...