to be pain-free to be full.
HOW TO HANDLE
LIFE THROWS AT YOU
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After losing my mum and sister to cancer, and then being diagnosed with rectal cancer myself (yes, rectal!) I decided I didn’t want to just survive, I wanted to thrive. Jesus said He came to give us life in all it’s fullness and I was determined to find it, even amongst the rubble of my cancer and grief.
I discovered life doesn’t have to be pain free to be full and friend, if I can live life to the full, so can you.
Thriving is a team sport and we’re in this
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