Pregnant, with cancer; what does the mother-to-be do? To take life-saving chemotherapy for her brain tumor would destroy her growing baby. Not to do so would destroy her. In July of 2011, Stacie Crimm, 41, single, faced that very decision. … Continue reading →
Why, with the same diagnosis and treatment, do some patients survive, but others die? For another response to that question, check out, “The Forgiveness Project: Find Health and Achieve Peace.” Written by Michael Barry, D. Min., Director of Pastoral Care … Continue reading →
Why does one patient live, but another die? “Everyone is different,” you answer. You also wonder why I ask such an ignorant question. Well, let me refine the question. Suppose we factor out individual differences in the disease. In other … Continue reading →
The thought Job would confront God with the injustice of his suffering begins to outweigh his longing for the peace of death. Although he never completely gives up that thought, but returns to it at the end of each speech, … Continue reading →
Through writing, teaching, preaching, and the Internet, this ministry fosters transformation of lives wounded by tragedy. Dr. Grose uses his over 40 years of pastoral and counseling experience to present a biblical model of transformation in the story of Job.