Survivor: One Man's Victory Over Cancer

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Charisma Media, 2003 - Religion - 96 pages
“Be determined not to give up. Don’t just lay down and die. Fight!”-Dr. Rodney Howard-Browne, pastor and evangelistAll is well in your life, then suddenly, without warning you hear your doctor speak the word “cancer!” Everything changes. Pastor Greg Carter at age 44 began an ordeal that required a miracle. This is the inspiring account of his journey. With sensitivity and total honesty, he shares about facing the difficult decisions, confronting his fears, struggling to live according to Scripture, comforting and leaning on his family and friends, trying to stay positive, controlling his mind and finding hope and a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ. Even in an age of medical breakthroughs, cancer is an all-too-common and formidable adversary. Pastor Greg discovered some incredible life-lessons that will touch and melt your heart, motivate you and even bring healing to your life. “Greg Carter has become a model for anyone who has received a medical death sentence.”-Gordon Jensen, singer, songwriter, and evangelist About the author: Greg Carter has been the pastor of Grace Tabernacle Assembly of God in Laconia, Indiana, for twenty-four years. After undergoing pioneering treatment, chemotherapy and surgery, he has been cancer free since 1996. Greg travels internationally and leads conferences in the house church movement of Cuba. He and his wife, Ronda, have a son and daughter.
 

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"A Survivor Story" is for those battling cancer and an encouragement for those who need healing. This is an easy read and can be read in one sitting. I have given many copies of this book to others by ... Read full review

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Greg Carter has been the pastor of Grace Tabernacle Assembly of God in Laconia, Indiana for twenty-four years. After undergoing pioneering treatment, chemotherapy and surgery, he has been cancer free since 1996. Greg travels internationally leading conferences in the house church movement in Cuba, Haiti, West Africa and other countries as well. He and his wife, Ronda, have a son and daughter.

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