Despite a grim cancer diagnosis and a one percent chance of survival, a man and his family cling to their faith in God, believing in the impossible.
Grim Cancer Diagnosis
Tim Bolding had many plans for the future ahead of him when he received disheartening news about his health. Doctors diagnosed him with pancreatic cancer and told him he had only “less than one percent survival over the next few months.”
After hearing the grim news, Tim’s wife, Kandy, felt discouraged that doctors didn’t even give them a chance. But despite the odds, the couple responded in faith and trusted God. And Tim’s battle with cancer began.
“Even though some devastating news had been given to us, we didn’t believe that God was finished with Tim yet,” the wife remarked.
Praying To God
Tim also shared in his interview with News Channel 10 that they have always been “a faith-based family” for 42 years. So, the couple prayed to God about their seemingly hopeless situation.
Soon, God began leading them to the right people in the medical field until they connected with the BSA Harrington Cancer Center. Through the cancer center, Tim found hope in his battle against cancer.
The Director of BSA Harrington Cancer Center, Curtis Reneau, said, “A lot of new advancements, a lot of new technology that we’re bringing here so that we can give better quality of life and more years that we’ve never seen before.”
The advancement of BSA Harrington Cancer Center’s technology immensely helped Tim with his condition. As a result, the cancer treatment, along with prayers, turned out incredible.
“A couple of weeks later they said ‘actually, y’know we think you have maybe a 25 percent chance of survival,” Tim said.
Although still battling with cancer, Tim continues to trust God with the success of his treatments.
“My doctors now believe that I have a more than reasonable chance at completely beating this,” he said. “Not just beating this, but totally annihilating cancer.”
Reference | News Channel 10