Thanks for all your encouragement and prayers for us as we continue moving forward here in Texas with our cancer diagnostic process. Yesterday I had a good scope procedure from a very competent and courteous medical staff. (Which most are around the country!) Afterwards as I came out from under the anesthesia, Doctor Ge came… Read more The Endoscope Verifies Bad News!
We haven’t sent out any news over the past summer because often no news is good news . . . especially when it comes to HEALTH! That’s our experience this time. Once Sheri recovered from the lumpectomy, her cancer was in remission. And mine continues in remission as well. We’re feeling great and enjoying this… Read more Grissen Update (26sep18)
Thanks for praying for us as we process and go through Sheri’s newest diagnosis of the breast cancer tumor. One of our questions is, ‘Why another type of cancer to battle?’ The ‘why’ questions always seem to be there in difficult situations and can open doors and windows into our souls — how are we… Read more Brenda Reports Four More Healings in Her Orphan Ministry
Someone has said, “God promised to not give us more than we can bear.” Someone else responded, “I just wish He didn’t have so much confidence in me!”
Dear Friends, Guess what this is! We finally made it on line with my book, Cancer Eclipse, and just in time for Christmas — although I don’t know what that has to do with the book. I guess putting Cancer Eclipse under the tree makes one feel good? Or sipping a cup of coffee in… Read more My Cancer Story is Now Online in Amazon!
. . . He walked into the exam room with the results of my first CT Scan since the Esophagectomy Operation on March 14 — that’s 8 months — and said, “You’re clear! You’re in total remission. You’re cancer free!”
You enjoy your family and friends and eat a lot of birthday cake! Sheri, I, and three of our children, made it to my Dad’s 100th birthday celebration in Inverness, Florida, a couple weeks ago. We had a wonderful celebration with Dad, and enjoyed seeing siblings, niece and nephew, and their children. Fortunately he had… Read more What Do You Do If You Make it to Your 100th Birthday?
Does the light in this picture look doctored up? It’s not!
Thanks for plugging on down the cancer track with us through your encouragements and prayers! Around Christmas it was time for me to make a decision about the location of the operation and the doctor who would do it. In a prior post I shared my thinking on ‘why’ the operation was still necessary, after… Read more Finally . . . Surgery Decision Reached!