Tim Keller: I spent a lifetime counseling others before my diagnosis. Will I be able to take my own advice?
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Early one morning a few weeks ago, I lay in bed wrestling with God. How could God let this happen? What about all my plans? Didn’t God care? I expect more lover’s quarrels with my God. But I’m not expecting simple answers.
If we listen to experts, we can see disaster looming. We know that the sooner we act, the smaller our losses. Yet the lure of wanting things to return to normal after the pandemic is strong.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (RNS) — Luke Putney’s prayers are simple these days. He prays for healing in his left hand so he can play guitar and bass again. He asks God to strengthen his body so he can be a blessing to other people.
(RNS) — Anne Graham Lotz's journey has been a tough one lately: A year ago, three years after the death of her husband and six months after the funeral of her famous evangelist father, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. But she has refused to
The cnn.com headline was compelling: “Boy who grew out hair for cancer patients faces stage 4 diagnosis.” And the true story lived up to the headline. A 7-year-old named Vinny Desautel had indeed let his red hair grow long — shoulder-length — with the blessing
Misty Shields, in her fourth year working in cancer research at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, says her faith played a role in her calling and in how she views her research.
By Don Graham International Mission Board RICHMOND, Va. — Warrensburg native Theresa Thompson never did anything half-hearted. Not even dying. Instead of returning to the United States when she was diagnosed with advanced colon cancer last year, the then 40-year-old Southern Baptist