Hope and Help from a Cancer Survivor
This story shares how God creates every person for a specific task and purpose. God gives us the free will to whether or not we will choose the best path. The best path is where my intentions, ideas, and activities align with God’s plan.
Dale Morrison’s story reminds us that life with cancer or adversity of any kind requires resiliency and perseverance. Each page of Hope and Help from a Cancer Survivor tells a narrative of faith, hope, and love that will provide encouragement and inspiration to the countless individuals enduring the extra mile of cancer.
– Roger Staubach, Dallas Cowboys’ Hall of Fame Quarterback
This story shares how God creates every person for a specific task and purpose. God gives us the free will to whether or not we will choose the best path. The best path is where my intentions, ideas, and activities align with God’s plan. In other words, I want to walk on God’s path. It’s far superior to anything I can construct. My belief system includes the notion that God sometimes takes a person down a hard road in order to encourage someone or to learn an important lesson that a person easily ignores or forgets when his or her life is smooth and convenient. This story weaves together my battle with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, an attack on my central nervous system called progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy/JC virus, my first granddaughter’s brain tumor, and my bone marrow transplant while the family’s collective faith in God, strong friendships, and the Lord’s use of ground breaking science made all the difference in my life and potentially thousands in the future.
About the Authors
Dale Morrison resides near Abilene, Texas with his wife Nancy. He is an entrepreneur, land developer, and ordained minister. Dale is the founder of Hope and Help Ministry, a Christian outreach to cancer patients. Dale and Nancy have three grown children, Courtney, Emily, and Malory. They are blessed with eight grandchildren.
Dr. Jacob West lives in Stamford, Texas with his wife Emily. Jacob received his Doctor of Ministry Degree from Hardin-Simmons University in 2013. He is the pastor of First Baptist Church in Stamford. Jacob and Emily have three young children, Ellie, Ryan, and Natalie.