Can’t Give it Away!

On more than one occasion, I have had my book, A Call to Faith, the Journey of a Cancer Survivor,” turned away when being offered for FREE! Let me give you an example. I am lucky enough to have a friend who is somewhat of a philanthropist and has offered a hospital in Philadelphia 100 free copies of the book for the benefit of the cancer patients and their families. No brainer right. One would expect a big thank you […]

Four-year-old cancer survivor McKenna May has made it to Disney World

Four-year-old cancer survivor McKenna May has made it to Disney World McKenna, who is recovering from treatment for leukaemia, made headlines around the world last month after her father refused to sign a release form for the theme park holiday in Orlando, Florida. He reportedly told her that a sicker child with less than six months to live should get the trip. She had already postponed the holiday twice because of her cancer treatment, which finished in June. Chemotherapy treatments […]

Tragedy Strikes Mount Pleasant Community

Taylor Early was tragically killed in a car accident several days ago.  John Taylor Early MT. PLEASANT – John Taylor Early, 20, of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina died on Wednesday, July 18, 2012. Born Monday, September 9, 1991, in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, he was the son of J. Gary Early, Jr., and the late Sonya W. Cox. John “Taylor” was recently accepted into the U.S. Army and was scheduled to leave Monday to finalize his enrollment process. He was […]

Best Christian Workplaces

Best Christian Workplaces Chicago-area megachurch Willow Creek Community Church, New York-based American Bible Society, and California-based Joni and Friends are among the Christian organizations that made it on this year’s Best Christian Workplaces list. The Best Christian Workplaces Institute released its 2012 list containing 38 organizations this week. The institute had surveyed and examined in total 88 organizations representing 14,000 workers on issues such as job satisfaction, commitment, Christian witness, supervisory effectiveness, work satisfaction, personal growth and development, management effectiveness, […]

St. Baldrick’s Foundation

Sounds like a great charity. I can relate, I was bald with the bone cancer for almost 2 years! Came back nice though. Ha! Mission Statement The St. Baldrick’s Foundation is a volunteer-driven charity committed to funding the most promising research to find cures for childhood cancers and give survivors long and healthy lives.