It would appear that the leukemia is back, and as aggressive as ever. So I’m fighting again
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As we near the end of the year, there is the news that many vaccines are soon to be available. Many companies have been working on these vaccines. And the front runner is the Pfizer vaccine produced by BioNTech. Some other front runners are: Moderna, University of Oxford with Astrazeneca, and Johnson. Should we take the vaccine? And if so, which one?
This week I read Acts 9. In this chapter we see Saul travel Damascus to persecute Christians. On the way he has an encounter with Jesus and is saved. Ananias is sent to him and baptises him (Acts 9:1-19a). Saul starts preaching in the synagogues, and when his life is threatened, he escapes to Jerusalem (Acts 9:19b-25). In Jerusalem, the believers are concerned about Saul, but Barnabas vouches for him. He … Read More
It’s been 6 months since my stem cell transplant. And I’m doing well, that’s the summary. I’m going to be talking about it tonight in my live stream. I’ll also be answering any questions anyone has. That’ll be tonight, 30 April, at 20.00 CET. Hope to see you there.
I made a mini documentary for a competition. I may make more of videos in this style. Let me know what you think.