Jeremy Marshall was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer in 2013. He was 49 years old, happily married with three children. After undergoing surgery and a course of radiotherapy, Jeremy was declared cancer-free. But three years later he was diagnosed with cancer again, this time in a different form and was told it was incurable. Beyond the Big C chronicles Jeremy's extraordinary relationship with cancer and, more than anything, his extraordinary relationship with the person who promises life beyond the prognosis. The essence of Jeremy's story is that despite the sickness and disease present in the world, a life lived in light of Christ's death on the cross means there is hope for the future no matter what. Jeremy Marshall is the former CEO of the UK's oldest private bank, C. Hoare & Co. He was diagnosed with terminal cancer in 2016.
"Is there hope when facing cancer and death? This is the question that Jeremy asks in his very honest and straight talking book.
Jeremy is living with incurable cancer and shares his journey with us in a very candid, compassionate and sometimes humorous way. He asks some searching questions and gives very reasoned, personal answers to the problems of suffering,death and uncertainty. There is no shying away from the fear of death or the challenges of illness but Jeremy leads the reader to consider that God’s answer to suffering and pain is in the person of Jesus. He concludes that our biggest problem is not death at all but our broken relationship with God. Jesus is the ultimate doctor and we too can find peace when we put our trust in Him.
This is a ‘read in one go’ book written with great compassion, care and candour. It is a really helpful book to give to seekers, sceptics and those who have been Christians for a long time."
Written by Honor Martin, wife to David Martin (pastor of Christ Church North Dublin, Director of Irish Church Missions)
Beyond the Big C~ Jeremy Marshall
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