Medical Oncologist, Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney
This story starts with the words tumour and incurable. David McDonald heard these words when he became a victim of lung cancer. He takes us through the emotional roller-coaster of his diagnosis and treatment, including the challenges to his Christian faith. Eventually Dave transforms those first horrible words into new words: faith, hope and love.
This is a moving read, raw and open. It shows the real hope Christians have. But this is also a book for those with no faith— who have cancer or who care for someone who does—because it brings intensely practical insights to this modern scourge. I highly recommend reading it at least a couple of times.