I am not a survivor. I am an overcomer.
Take me to the King.
Jeremiah 30:17 — I will restore health to you and heal you of your wounds.
James 16:25-33 — Jesus said I have overcome the world and you will too.
To God Be the Glory Hallelujah.
We remember you as a journalist, a writer, an educator that touched so many lives, but mostly as mom.
Robert, Katy and Ben
Sylvia K. Welch Gordon
In memory of a strong woman of God who never gave up.
March 11, 1953 - Feb. 12, 1998.
We love and miss you.
She's Free, Sept. 2013
Brenda, my cousin, had faith, belief, and determination to fight this disease. She believes in God and with that he touched her and she is now cancer free.
Diagnosis - April, 2005 Free - Sept. 2013
Loving you always,
She's Free: Jan. 2011
Because of my sister Debra's belief, faith and determination...She is a great almighty woman of God and that she favors him he in turn touch her to be cancer free.
Daignosis: July 2010 Free: January 2011
Much Love to you sis.
Always Rhonda Livingston
My philosophy is that beauty comes from within. Everyone can be beautiful. You just have to know how to see it. “Even during chemo when I was bald, even without breasts I felt beautiful because I believe if you’re a good person with a kind heart, you are beautiful. I feel loved. I have good friends and a wonderful son, Damond, and a husband, David, who adores me.
Patricia Oliver Robinson
21-year cancer survivor
Cousin to Pat Robinson
Joyce at age 77 says dancing and laughter was the best medicine for her; they are both cheap.
Dancing and laughter acts as a positive emotion distracting your mind from pain. It can also give you a feeling of power and hope and help to reduce stress.
It may feel strange to laugh or dance by yourself, but if others are laughing and dancing it’s easy. You’ll be helping yourself and the people around you at the same time.
We are all happy just the way we are.