This week while doing my research on Faith and Cancer, I found an interesting article regarding a young pastor who is the leader of a mega-church in Flower Mound, Texas. What I found most fascinating was his approach to the diagnosis. It all began on Thanksgiving morning 2009, a day where families unite and share a day of giving thanks for all of their blessings. It was a normal morning for Matt Chandler. He woke up, got a cup of coffee, fed his six month old baby, burped her, placed her in the bouncy seat - then everything after that went blank. He had a violent seizure and was rushed to the hospital where he was diagnosed with Anaplastic oligodendroglioma, a malignant brain tumor.
Have you ever wondered how a pastor would handle being diagnosed with cancer? Would he still have the same strong convictions of his faith in the word and the God that he serves? Here you will see a few videos that will expose you to his journey. Will there be biblical references? Yes of course, but even more so he is open and clear with his journey. Let's follow this journey:
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The journey is never easy. Each person has their own way of traveling through this rough path. Some rely on faith, some share their love for life while others may reach into their fierce spirit of fighting to survive to sustain them. If you or someone you know would love to share your journey with us please feel free to send it to firstname.lastname@example.org