My Story

I was diagnosed with Stage 3 Her2 positive breast cancer Dec. 27th, 2011. I had three large tumors in my left breast, I also had two positive lymph nodes and so with 5 positive biopsies I started my journey. In the beginning, it was a whirlwind and within a week, I was getting a port and preparing for chemo and the rush to save my life was on. Eight months later (August 20th) after stopping chemo (12 sessions) and not having surgery (a suggested double mastectomy) or radiation like my doctors wanted me to, I sat at Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Illinois and heard the results of a mammogram, MRI, Pet Scan and blood tests were that they could find no cancer in my body. The nurses and doctors were baffled and no one could explain how I could have had this terrible cancer and it was now gone, except for me. I said the Lord healed me through prayers, education, diet and supplements. I started this blog when I was first diagnosed, it is not just about on cancer, but my life and day-to-day thoughts and activities. There are suggested websites, blogs, videos and more here that I believe can benefit those dealing with cancer and those who want to be preventative. My hope is that you and yours will learn, be encouraged and healed. My family prays every night for those with cancer and that you will be not only be healed but that you will live long and happy lives.
Please check out the right side and scroll down to "This blog" for highlights.
Love and Blessings on your journey.

Thursday, May 01, 2014


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Thursday, March 13, 2014

Chemo Kills Video - March 13, 2014

So after reading lots of books and articles and talking to holistic doctors, watching videos, etc. I have gained a lot of insight and wisdom into cancer, chemotherapy and alternative treatments over the last three years.

I must admit I was very ignorant on the subject before hand. In fact, I didn't even understand what chemotherapy was. The Holy Spirit impressed it upon me time and time to learn more even years before I got cancer but I  always pushed it off and I just never got to researching it  until it was too late and I was already diagnosed. I now I listen to the  Spirit more now than I used to because of this.

Anyways, if someone asked me to sum up my frustrations with the American cancer industry these would be the basics I would springboard from.

  1. Chemo Kills - check the facts.
  2. Lies and money are paramount in research and treatment in the US
  3. Alternative treatments are out there.
  4. Many tests are unneeded and actually are more harmful to your body than helpful.
  5. Educate yourself
I have been against all of the breast cancer treatment fundraising for years.  This doctor give a very quick explanation of things. 

Click Chemo doesn't work to watch a quick 5 minute video and don't sign up to walk in any breast cancer fundraisers, but instead give it to a friend battling cancer and send her to a holistic doctor. 


Tuesday, March 11, 2014

The Forbidden Cures for Cancer - March 11, 2014

Here's a documentary to check out: Cancer Cures Documentary

Scripture for the day:
Isaiah 40

18 To whom can you compare God?
What image can you find to resemble him?
19 Can he be compared to an idol formed in a mold,
overlaid with gold, and decorated with silver chains?
20 Or if people are too poor for that,
they might at least choose wood that won't decay
and a skilled craftsman
to carve an image that won't fall down!

Monday, March 10, 2014

Dr. Josh Axe - March 9, 2014

Howdy Y'all! I hope that you are having a great week! I love a few online health guys that have been posted here and have space on the right side, but I think I have failed to mention this one: Dr. Josh Axe.

So to get you introduced here is Dr. Axe's website

I also highly suggest his Detox Drink and you can check out his Super Foods ebook too.

I am tapped for money right now which means no supplements, vitamins, speciality foods from Sprouts and Whole Foods, etc. Whenever I can't afford these things I try to do the best I can, which lately hasn't been so good. Our pantry is full of unhealthy carbs: boxes and convenience foods and I have picky eaters too and so it's difficult to keep the house stocked with solely healthy foods.  So please pray for me. Smoothies are one of my best fall backs however our garage fridge has been broken for probably two months now and without it fridge space is tight and finding space for all my foods in with the foods for the other seven hungry people in the house is a challenge.

I had been sleeping better for about 2 months just to revert back to my old habits the last couple weeks. I am now taking 3 Coral Legend pills before bed and waking up at around 2 - 3 and going back to sleep at around 5.

Hopefully everything will get figured out soon and I can try to get back to my cancer prevention habits and a better way of life.

Scripture of the day: But Jesus answered him, saying, "It is written, 'Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word of God.'" Luke 4:4

Take care and stay healthy

Thursday, March 06, 2014

A Dying Woman

I have seen these a few Pictures of a Dying Woman a few times now and I thought my readers may be interested in seeing them too.

By the way, I went on Tuesday morning and had a mammogram and ultrasound and well.... I am still cancer free! Of course, the doctor wanted to do an MRI because of calcification but there's less now that before and so I think he's crazy! Maybe in another few years I'll get check out again.

Be blessed

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Get Your PH levels Where They Should Be - February 18, 2014

I have really messed up in my not keeping up with my PH levels. I have been cancer free for over two years now and well, I got tired and lazy and rationalize the situation. Bad move! I have tested my PH for the last few days and it's pathetic!  I have decided to work hard to get it back in the green (6.8  and above). I have gone back to making my smoothies which is another thing I have gotten lazy with. My smoothies are great and you find out how I make them here: Creating The Best Smoothies. I'll keep you posted on my levels and let you know how I do over the next few weeks.

So, here are the basics on what I suggest everyone do when it comes to PH Levels. First read a bit about your PH levels and why they are important, here is a quick  look at a few: What you need to know about PH  and  Healing your Body. There are a ton of books out there if you really  want to spend the time but after reading The PH Miracle and forgetting the majority but remembering the importance I don't think you need to go to the level of reading all the books and really researching it out, but that's just my  two cents.

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Thank God for your Suffering - February 16, 2014

Some of you may have read the headline and thought “That’s crazy!" others may have already thanked God and understand completely, while some of you may be in the midst of suffering and thinking "I just can't even image". Why would you thank someone for something that is causing or allowing suffering? Well, because there is a reason for and behind everything and if you are a Christian then "we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them that are called according to His purpose". Romans 8:28

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Mammograms - February 13, 2014

God communicates to me through a variety of ways. I have auditorily heard his voice, I have heard Him through others in words on the page and in speech, I've had many signs and then confirmations and of course He speaks through His word and creation. But one of my favorite things is when He speaks with humor.

So, I went to MD Anderson a couple weeks ago to just touch base, and of course the suggested course of action was to get a mammogram and a ultrasound to see if there is any cancer growth. The hospital was to call to schedule an appointment. Well, they didn't and so yesterday I called to set up an appointment. MDA told me to call Methodist hospital, which I did and then I had all kinds of trouble getting through and then even leaving a message. The whole frustrating process was probably 10 minutes and then I never received a call back.

This morning I woke at 3 am, it's 4 now as I write this. Anyways, I am on the computer doing work for the school, checking emails, etc. and I get these things coming through my computer and wow!.... Is God trying to tell me something?  Well you decide. Read these articles.

Study Casts Doubts

New Mammogram Screening Guidelines FAQ

Mammograms Do Not Reduce Breast Cancer Deaths

Mammograms are more harmful than you think

The doctor at MD Anderson didn't feel anything with his hands, but he wants to double check and I think at this point I may wait and just get my second Thermogram and go from there. If the Thermogram doesn't show anything then I think I'll trust that for now. God is good.

That's it for now.
Be Blessed today!

Back later and adding this video as well:

Dr.Mercola video on Thermography

Sunday, February 09, 2014

Thankful! February 9, 2014

Here's a quick update and some things I am thankful for.

1. Hannah (16) and Holly (14) were both were chosen to go to Spain with our church to do three weeks worth of ministry work with students attending a English speaking camps. This will be Hannah's third year and Hollys first. They are very excited! They will go this summer and they are working towards saving the $1800 each of the trip. If you would like them to do manual labor or babysitting, please let us know. Also, if you would just like to donate (you can get a tax receipt) please mail a check written to Bridgepoint Bible to our address at 20403 Amberlight Lane Katy, TX 77450 and we'll get it there.

2. Mark is slammed at work, which is good and bad. He has many projects and has been working for the last 3 -4 weekends. It is very common these days that he'll work until 11 p.m -1 am and then come home to sleep 5 hours and then return. I am thankful that he is intelligent, good at what he does and hardworking. I am also thankful that he, along with four other men are getting partnership of the firm soon as the owner is preparing for retirement. This will hopefully help us out financially and that is very needed as Hannah starts college soon, well... she has already started taking classes, but I mean full- time.

3. I am thankful for the mornings. I have been sleeping much better for probably about a month now and I am so grateful to God for the rest I am able to get. I usually go to bed by 11:00 and I am waking at 4:30 - 5:00 usually and getting all kinds of great things in - Prayer and Bible, awesome book reading, some laundry and housekeeping and paperwork, etc.

4. I am super thankful with the way things are going at the school (Coram Deo). We had our first informational meeting last Monday and it went wonderfully, if I do say so myself,  considering I was the one giving the presentation. I even had ladies come up afterwards and hug me because they had done the informational meeting circuit and had now finally found where they should be. It is very gratifying to see the blessings of obedience. I used a PowerPoint for the first time and ditched all the paperwork and so that was much better. I came home and went straight to work making the PP better the next time around; as there is always room for improvement. Oh, I have to tell you just about another miracle. We chose our English curriculum for middle school last Friday, then on Saturday I received a call from a woman at another private school that wanted to know if we wanted that same exact curriculum! It was brand new, in the plastic and everything and she even delivered it (over 80 books) on Monday morning. God constantly is showing His provision, direction and confirmation and I am so grateful!

4. I am super grateful for the men and women of God that pour out their hearts and souls through intelligent and Spirit -filled actions of obedience. I am reaping the benefits of this at our church, with friends, in books that I am reading, great videos posted on the web, etc. This world may be Satan's playground, but there are beautiful people and things everywhere if you are looking in the right places. I feel as though I have pulled back the curtain of God's glory a bit and daily seeing His works brighter than I ever have before. I am super blessed!

5. I am grateful for my children. I am grateful that they have had (and are having) good childhoods of support, consistency, love and blessings. Mark and I were talking yesterday about how and where we were as teenagers in our broken and dysfunctional childhoods and well let's just say we were in totally different places. Our girls have good hearts and intentions and are on the right path. I do not take credit for this at all, but instead give God so much thanks for His blessings in this area. I do not have to worry about my girls dressing inappropriately, being boy crazy, being spoiled bratty self- entitled kids that would do stupid things like sneak out, drink, smoke, hurting others for popularity, etc. Doing "typical" teenage is below them and they know that they are daughters of the King and well, they just aren't interested. I am not saying they will never get into trouble; but they truly know who they are in life and at their age I was still trying to figure that out and doing some pretty stupid things.

6. I am grateful for my health, my doctor, the great information out there, the supplements I take, my Vitamix, etc. I am so grateful to Beth for giving me the huge financial blessing and direction years ago that sent me down the right track with my cancer decisions. I am able to live a worry free life now in regards to life and death as I have made peace with God on my expiration date; meaning that whatever He decides, I am okay with it.  If I found out I have cancer again, I would be sad and disappointed, but I would be okay and do my best to beat it, but I wouldn't freak out and worry because I know God has my best in mind. That gives me so much comfort and peace.

Okay, so that's it for today. Please try to think of your blessings and be thankful today. here's a song for you.

Sunday, February 02, 2014

Thankful for God's Glory (The priest and the beggar) - Feb 2, 2014

So, I told you in the last post that I made a copy of a couple pages from a Catholic book I found at the Cenacle. It's from 1924 and this part talks about the conformity to the will of God.  I love it and I thought you would too. Note: I am a terrible typist; in fact I am so bad, that I must look at the keys. So my typing this out with be time consuming no doubt. I feel it will be well worth it though if  even one person is to read this slowly and really take it in. 

Father John Taurlerus relates of himself that after having for many years prayed for the Lord to send someone to instruct him in the true spiritual life, he one day heard a voice saying to him to, " Go to the church and you will find what you are looking for."