Glioblastoma Survivor Cheryl Rostek’s story of

Finding Hope in Life’s Hopeless and Impossible Situations.

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Being diagnosed with a terminal diagnosis or just facing many of life’s hardships is a battle that should not be waged alone.  If you or someone you know is struggling to find hope in a seemingly hopeless situation I want to journey with you.

I was diagnosed with Glioblastoma, a grade 4 brain cancer, in October 2016 and typical survival rates are 12-16 months.  I’m currently beating those odds and plan to keep beating them as there is so much to live for.  Join me!

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Thin Places

Introduction When glioblastoma thrust me close to death I was intimately aware of the Divine. She was readily within reach; I touched the corner of Her cloak. Brain

The Dark Night of the Soul

Meeting with God “Where do you meet with God?” The leader of the meditation/spiritual circle I attend on Friday mornings asked. “Close your eyes and see what comes

Advent Letter 2023

“I’m very delighted to be with you in Advent. I look forward to hearing why it is ‘just the best ' for you :)” Lorie, my former spiritual

We Must Get Home

Anxiety Anxiety found me yesterday, making it difficult to cook dinner, squeezing my chest and this time churning in my gut. How odd my jaw is relaxed I

Letting Go

“Here's the thing. Your career won't take care of you. .. It’s never going to leave its wife. It will never marry you… your career is a bad

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