Continued Battle

It has been a while since my last post. A lot has happened since then. I just had surgery and had an ostomy inserted. For info on this check out: https://www.ostomy.org/. Interesting site and great information. President Eisenhower had an ostomy. Never knew that. The transition is a journey in itself. To put it bluntly, … Read more

God’s Agenda or my Agenda?

Paul Tripp in his book New Morning Mercies made a statement that caught my attention this morning: “If God intended for all the days of your life to be easy, they would be. No, in grace, he intends for your days to be his tools of refinement.” For someone who is struggling with terminal cancer, that … Read more

The Hunger Inside us

“God uses the pictures of physical food to point to universal spiritual hunger. Life is all about what we look to fill us.” (New Morning Mercies by Paul Tripp, April 8) 55 “Come, all you who are thirsty come to the waters; and you who have no money, come, buy and eat! Come, buy wine … Read more

A Lot to take in!

I have shared this in a post on Caringbridge.org. I want to bring you up to date and also help you follow the progress that brings us to the present. This was posted on September 14, 2018. This was two weeks after I learned that I had stage 4 cancer. God is good through the … Read more

The Words no one wants to hear.

“You have cancer”.  3 words everyone fears.  3 words that can consume your life.  3 words that make you look at everything around you differently.  We have been navigating those 3 words since September of 2018 when Mark was diagnosed with Stage 4 Colon Cancer. Mark had been having intestinal issues for a short time. … Read more