Cancer is a challenge for the patient and for caregivers. I’ve been through extensive treatments for three different cancers (though the third came up shortly after I made this video) and have some things to share. I pray that this will encourage you and help you navigate through challenging times, whether cancer-related or not. Don’t waste your cancer or any other challenge.
- Your mileage may vary
- Processing the news
- Caregiver tips
- Research, but not too much
- General tips
- Find joy where you can
- Eternal perspective
- Loving your neighbors when they have cancer
- Loving your neighbors when you have cancer
- Redeem the time
- What is your biggest problem — cancer, or needing forgiveness for your sins?
Note 1: I misspoke around the 46-minute mark. I was thinking of how we don’t have an entitlement to get medical care and the doctors and staff don’t have an obligation to provide it, but accidentally said that I don’t have an obligation to it. Hopefully, everyone could see past my conflation!
Note 2: I forgot to mention that “Chemo Brain” is a real thing, where you become forgetful at times and can have trouble thinking clearly. I’ll blame it on the chemo brain.
Here’s a link to the Story of Reality book that I mentioned.
P.S. Feel free to leave comments if you want me to pray for you.