Pastor Tim Keller on Sunday revealed that he was being diagnosed of pancreatic cancer and will begin receiving chemotherapy.
Keller on his Facebook posted that he wasn’t aware he had cancer less than 3 weeks ago and that he was on his way to the National Cancer Institute at the NIH for additional testing before he begins chemotherapy for pancreatic cancer next week back in New York City.”
Although asymptomatic, Keller said he has no worries as God was with him till the end of the journey.
He wrote on his page that he felt great and have no symptoms as it was what doctors call an ‘incidental pickup,’ otherwise known as providential intervention. . “I have terrific human doctors, but most importantly I have the Great Physician himself caring for me, he added .
“Although there had been times of shock and fear but , God has been remarkably present with me through all the many tests, biopsies, and surgery of the past few weeks.”
Keller and his wife Kathy were both authors “The Meaning of Marriage and a new devotional to go along with it – The Meaning of Marriage: a Couple’s Devotional.
They help couples make their union a life-long hit. And they guide singles on how to avoid a bad marriage.
Please keep the Keller family in your thoughts and prayers during the difficult days that lay ahead.