During surgery, Dr. Madge Ellis found the cancer had spread to Ben’s liver and he was, shockingly, Stage 4. Ben definitely would have died had the Holy Spirit not rather miraculously told us to invite him to come here for treatment.
7 months and 12 brutal rounds of chemo later, Ben is healthy.
Ben’s levels of CEA (protein “tumor markers”) are within the normal range. In layman’s terms, the chemo was effective and Ben appears posed to have a much longer life!
Annette and I have been honored to share our home and our lives with them. We will never, ever forget them. They are dear to us.
++Ben and Mama taught us many things in the last 7 months. They are beautiful reflections of Jesus, they are wise, they are joyful.
Thread 1/2 "Their life story is one of courage, faith and boundless love.”
Gafcon's General Secretary, Archbishop Ben Kwashi and his wife Gloria Kwashi were awarded the second annual Frank Wolf International Religious Freedom Award last night. Please join us in congratulating pic.twitter.com/Fx50TbIX9E
— GAFCON (@gafconference) October 1, 2019