My hope is to help you
share a little joy
with those you love,
Tyndale House Publishers
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Here’s what I’ve learned through it all:
Don’t give up;
don’t be impatient;
be entwined as one with the Lord.
Be brave and courageous,
never lose hope.
Yes, keep on waiting—for he will never disappoint you!
~ Psalms 27:14 (TPT)
My tagline used to read:
"Writer, Speaker, Professional Patient"
After surviving four near-death experiences, & 10 life-threatening illnesses, this description seemed fitting. After all, my journey began when a
I did keep my sweet baby and battled chemo while
pregnant, more chemo after her birth,
and then radiation.
Three months later, my cancer returned.
football-sized tumor entangled my lungs, while a six-week-old baby grew in my belly below.
Undergoing a stem cell transplant, multiple strokes, open heart surgery just to name a few, seemed like a fictional tale no one wants to face. But my sicknesses brought me to this unique place. Because if anyone understands how a patient feels, it's me. For the longest time I wanted to be the normal girl. I did. But now I know God's using this uncomfortable part of my story to bring a little joy to those walking through a trial. He's even reminded me of how He sustained me. He used my family. My friends. And His Miraculous Interventions. Now I hope He's using me to help you share a pretty little something for your soon-to-be survivor. That's why my new tagline reads: Uplifting gifts, sharing joy. See. Much better.
(Scroll down to see pics from my journey. Just a little warning that some photos are unsettling.)
~ Kirsty Heritage, United Kingdom
This is a mind blowing read.
"This stops any thoughts of self pity and renews your faith in God. What an amazing family. A must read."
"The earnest prayer of a righteous
person has great power and
produces wonderful results."
~ James 5:16
Please take a minute to pray for these precious ladies below. They are fighting their bravest battle! Let's believe the best for them.
Unspoken: Debilitating Chronic Fatigue
Michelle: Stage 4 cancer
Deanne: Head-on collision
Alicia: Radiation treatment
Marian: Breast cancer
It's hard for me to look at these images, too.
But if a picture is worth a thousands words, here's a little something to help you understand how much I care for those facing an illness.