(RNS) — Resilience has been touted as the key to a successful life. But the concept didn’t resonate with my personal experience of suffering from cancer.
(RNS) — I want an afterlife like my life has been: one like Revelation 7:9, a great multitude of diverse people existing together in love of each other and their Creator. It’s not up to me to say who qualifies.
(RNS) — ‘I feel like one reason God allowed me to have this is to show … that cancer is not punishment,’ Lotz said in an interview.
(RNS) — Mark DeMoss talked about surviving cancer, his concerns about incivility and why he’ll never write a tell-all book.
(RNS) — When, in the past two years, bestselling Christian author Lysa TerKeurst revealed her husband's affair and her diagnosis with breast cancer, she did what she's always done. She wrote about it in a new book, 'It's Not Supposed to Be this Way."
(RNS) — The former president also told RNS about his plans to speak at Liberty University and cutting back on his Sunday school teaching.
(RNS) — 'If someone found cancer to be a gift, wonderful. But there is a certain cruelty to asking suffering people to bear the weight of other people’s theological conundrums,' Christian historian Kate Bowler tells RNS' Jonathan Merritt. (Commentary)
(RNS) — 'I hope that his experiences are public enough that it helps many people understand this awful illness,' writes Jeffrey Weiss.
LITHONIA, Ga. (USA Today) Long had been battling health issues for several months.
(RNS) 'Many of the patients,' a researcher observed, 'would say something like, ‘Now I’ve experienced the death of the body, so I’m not so afraid.’ They get through it. They come out the other side.'
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) The lead guitarist for Bono's bad -- real name David Evans -- described the stunning venue as "the most beautiful parish hall in the world."
(RNS) The vice president's warm reception at the Vatican contrasts with criticisms of his appearance next month at Notre Dame, and may signal a shifting dynamic under Francis.
The former president, 91, told his Sunday school class in Plains Ga., that recent scans showed no evidence of cancer, new or old.
ATLANTA (Reuters) The theme of the lesson was love, Carter told the 300 people who filled the church's sanctuary, after briefly alluding to his health.
Chaplains of diverse affiliations across the country respond to requests for support within 24 hours. "We face our own frailty, and people want an answer and to be able to talk it out," said one chaplaincy service executive.
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