Walking on Water

George spoke about out challenge of cancer at Sun. worship service as “Walking on Water” reading from Mathew 14:22-33.  It would be scary if you look at the storm, but instead, focus on and believe in Jesus, who is faithful to us, and even if we sink, he will save us if we call for his help.

After the sermon, so many people came up to me saying, “I had breast cancer, too.”  “My daughter has breast cancer, but she is survived.“ And “We will think about you and pray for you.”

Peggy is a cancer survivor, who was told she had 6 months to live because of melanoma – 25 years ago.  She asked me what I wanted to do when I beat cancer.  I said, “if…” then she corrected me saying, “NO. Not ‘if’, but ‘when’…”  When I beat cancer, I want to go to Japan to see my family first, and then have a big party inviting all people who support me to celebrate God’s faithfulness!

with Peggy


One thought on “Walking on Water

  1. When you leave on Sunday morning, know that the strength of my prayers and good wishes go with you. You have an army of friends behind you, supporting you. Why? Maybe it is because they have seen how you have encouraged others. You have served as an example to them. God loves you!

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