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Ravi Zacharias Would Not Want Us to Mourn for Him

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Death is never timely. No matter how much time we’ve had to “prepare” for it.  That’s how I felt last night when a friend forwarded me a photograph of a smiling Ravi Zacharias with the numbers “1946-2020” displayed across it. 

When Suffering Doesn't Make Sense

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In July, I received some bad news from relatives in Taiwan about my cousin. Her cancer had returned, and this time, it was terminal. I was shocked to hear the news, since I had just recently seen her posting happy photos of her travels in Japan on social media.

Can Cancer Be Part of God's Plan?

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The three words you never want to hear: “Unfortunately, it’s cancer.” I was 31 when I received my shock diagnosis. My husband and I had three small children, a mortgage, and I was working as a children’s pastor at my church.

Andrew Hui: I'm 32 and I'm Dying

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At 32, Andrew Hui now has an estimated two to three months left to live.  His latest treatment option of radiation was ceased a month ago after it was deemed no longer effective in controlling the spread of the cancer cells in his body.

Don't Waste Your Waiting

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In 2016, my mom was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer. When I heard the news, I couldn’t help but ask God why. There were many questions in my mind, and I couldn’t stop thinking about them.