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Giving Our Final Days to God
Kim Kuo tells of the 10-year-long battle her late husband, David, had with terminal cancer. David was the former deputy director of the White House Office ...
Colin Powell Couldn’t Fix Cancer or Death
Colin Powell, the great American military leader, was also a life-long fixer. According to an obituary in the New York Times:
Until his final days, Colin ...
Talk Radio Icon Died from Lung Cancer Despite Downplaying Danger
Author Judi Ketteler wrote an opinion column for NBC news that reflected on the complicated legacy of the late talk radio icon and conservative commentator ...
Struggles Shape Your Purpose
Marvel fans the world over were shaken when they learned about the death of Chadwick Boseman, the star of Black Panther. Death is always shocking, but ...
TV Reporter Diagnosed with Cancer with Viewer’s Help
Victoria Price was working as a reporter for her local NBC affiliate station when she received an urgent suggestion to seek her doctor. But the idea didn’t ...
Julia Louis-Dreyfus' Little Nagging Fear
The morning after winning Emmys for being the producer and star of VEEP, Julia Louis-Dreyfus said that her doctor called to tell her she had breast cancer. ...
The First Cryonically Preserved Human’s Fifty-Year Journey to Immortality
James Bedford was a psychology professor at the University of California. Prior to his death from cancer, Bedford expressed his desire to be cryogenically ...
Be Careful When Passing Judgement
In his book The Grace Awakening, Charles Swindoll recounts an experience he once had while ministering at a Bible conference. On the first night he had ...
HS Football Opponents Go Viral Kneeling in Prayer After Game
Good vibes have abounded over a viral video of two high school football players kneeling in prayer after the game. And while football players praying ...
Cancer and Suffering Can Obliterate Racism
The first time you park your car in the vast, cold cavern of the underground garage and step onto the [hospital] elevator, you may feel alien and forsaken. ...