Lora Kesselhon Victory Over Cancer!

Lora Kesselhon

I thank God for all the love and support that Lora Kesselhon received from family and friends while going through brain and spine cancer! Here are some encouraging scriptures referring to new life.

 


Lora Kesselhon And Her Miricle Recovery From Cancer!

Lora Kesselhorn was alone when she went through quite a bit! But with God’s help, Lora made it through.

 


Lora Kesselhon!

One of my favorite nieces, Lora Kesselhon was very fortunate or I should say, blessed to have survived not only a brain and spine cancer.

God also saved her daughter Ruth while being 23 weeks pregnant!

They both went through a lot, thank God that everything worked out.

I am convinced in my heart that all the prayer that people were praying for Lora and Ruth and the family were answered.

I praise God that they both come out of it in good shape with full recovery.

Lora went through a lot, yet her family and friends stuck close to her all the way!

Apparently, God was watching over them both. Lora had a lot of people praying for them including me. ~ Uncle Bill Greguska

 


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Introduction To My Niece Lora Kesselhon!

Once I overcame breast cancer, I wasn’t afraid of anything anymore. Melissa Etheridge

Philippians 4:7 And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

 


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Lora During Her Treatment For Cancer!

 

Lora Kesselhon and Havala

Lora Kesselhon and her daughter Havala during her cancer treatments.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Are You Ready? ~ Lora Kesselhon


 

Lora And Her Loving Family!

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My niece Lora Kesselhon has victory over cancer by the grace of God!

 


Story Began In February 2008! ~ Lora Kesselhon

Diagnosed with CNS lymphoma, a rare blood cancer in her brain and spine. 

She was also 23 weeks pregnant when this all began. 

Lora and Ryan and the three girls, Havala, Maren, and the youngest Ruth who was born prematurely so her mom could get the cancer treatment she needed!

Now, five years later, listen to Lora tell her amazing and miraculous story in the videos below to learn about her victory over cancer.

If you would like to contact her personally, you can email her. Now she continues to serve the Lord in ministry with her husband Ryan with CRU while they raise three great-nieces of mine. Lora and Ruthie are both a miracle!

Now she continues to serve the Lord in ministry with her husband Ryan with CRU while they raise three great-nieces of mine. Lora and Ruthie are a miracle!


Lora Kesselhon And How God Saved Her… Story Part 3

 


Getting Back To Normal After Everything!

What stands out in my mind about my niece Lora and her fight with cancer. There are many things that I am so proud of Lora for, but the biggest thing that stands out in my mind about my niece is her trust in God.

With having two kids and being 23 weeks pregnant while having this dangerous type of cancer, she seemed to have an absolute peace about everything Philippians 4:7 that was going on with her.

I am not saying that her cancer was not painful or scary, but that her faith in God Proverbs 3:3 was greater than her fear and pain.

It is always good to get together for family gatherings when Lora and I can talk about God and spiritual matters.

To me, she and my great-niece Ruth are both miracles from God. It is evident that God has plans for their lives. I am sure that Lora knows that she has been blessed.

Ryan was very instrumental in Lora’s recovery by taking care of Havala and Maren while Lora was in the hospital. Their faith and love have kept them strong! ~ Uncle Bill Greguska

 

 


Lora Kesselhon Story Part 4

Journal Entry By Lora Kesselhon — Feb 9, 2013

“I love the Lord, for he heard my voice; he heard my cry for mercy. Because he turned his ear to me, I will call on him as long as I live.  The cords of death entangled me, the anguish of the grave came upon me;  I was overcome by trouble and sorrow.  Then I called on the name of the Lord: “O Lord, save me!” 

 

The Lord is gracious and righteous; our God is full of compassion.  The Lord protects the simplehearted; when I was in great need, he saved me.  Be at rest once more, O my soul, for the Lord has been good to you.”  Psalm 116
 
 

It’s amazing how this psalm brings me back to Rochester.  

Ryan read it to me, and I felt a wave of God’s love wash over me.  He was really there every step of the way.  The rest of this psalm is just as amazing. Even saying that “Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints.” vs 15.  Even that was like the sweetest lavender balm on my head, giving me such hope.  
 
 
Lately, I have been reading the book Hinds Feet on High Places, by Hannah Hurnard with Havilah and Maren.  I found a children’s illustrated edition that is so great on Amazon.  It even has little reflective devotionals at the end of each chapter.  The story is so good, I have been learning the age-old lessons all over again.  
 
 

Just a couple days ago Much-Afraid!

The main character who is what her name implies, encounters a flower in the desert.  She had just learned that nothing in God’s creation is ever wasted, even though it is never seen by a person, but only by the Creator.  God creates it and delights in it even if it’s just for his own pleasure. In the same way victories in our heart that are never seen by another are like a field of flowers that the Lord rejoices in.
 
 
The flower was named “Acceptance with Joy” and it was then that Much Afraid learned the name that she wanted to have as her own.  Revealing that whatever God brings our way seemingly good or bad, that it gives him the greatest glory when we lay aside our expectations and “accept with joy” what he has given us.
 
 
I know that sounds like a tall order, especially when you start putting real-life situations into that equation.  Like, how would I react if Ryan died suddenly?  Or something terrible happened to one of our kids.  But the thing I remember is that God gives me grace for today, not for something that isn’t right now.  
 
 

God’s name is I AM after all.  

If someone had asked me what I would do if I was paralyzed, pregnant, with brain cancer and only 6 weeks to live, I would have never thought I could have had the peace and even joy to go through those days.  But as we learned then and try to remember now, God gives me grace moment by moment. And to learn all I can during that time, because nothing is new under the sun, and I will be able to share the comfort I have received with someone else sooner or later.  
 
 
And if not, it can be a beautiful field of flowers for the Lord to delight it, just in the privacy of my own heart.
It is a rich feeling to know that God has so much purpose for everything in our lives. We serve a loving Father.
 
 
Well, my prayer warrior friends from all over the world, over the last 5 years, I have met some of you in grocery stores, Target, the Lake walk, and everywhere in between.  You have prayed for my family and blessed us and God more than we will know until Heaven.  I hope that the comfort I have received has comforted you and caused you to trust in the One who is most Trustworthy. 
 
 

This is probably the last time that I will write here.  

But there are rumors of a book!?! As Waters Gone By maybe starting this year.  I got the title from a song that is on “Glory Revealed” a Cd of Scripture put to great songs by different artist.  It is on the 1st album from Job 11:16: “You will surely forget your trouble, recalling it only As Waters Gone By.”  Please pray for me, that if writing this book would bring Him glory and comfort to others that I would have the time and mental space to accomplish it.
 
 
Check out the latest pictures that I uploaded to this site.  Ruth will always be a living testimony, look at her shine!
 
 
Love, Lora, and the whole Kesselhon Family

What Part Did God Have To Do With My Life?

It was 20 years ago today Someone picked me up out of the mud and the mire and put my feet on a rock, giving me a firm place to stand. He put a new song in my mouth, a hymn of praise to our God.
Many have seen what He has done and was amazed and put their trust in Him. Many are the wonders You have done! If I tried to recite all of your amazing deeds, they would be too many to declare. (This is a paraphrase of Psalm 40.)
But I couldn’t have put it better myself! 20 years ago I was in need of saving.
I had totally messed up my life in every area. But Jesus rescued me and gave me a new life. It may all sound so cliche, but it was and still is the most amazing journey I could have ever imagined, and never deserved. ~ Lora Kesselhon  February 2016

Lora Kesselhon 5th Video Of Her Battle With Cancer


Lora Kesselhon Is Still Spreading God’s Word!

 


Encouraging Words of Wisdom

  • “God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference.”  Reinhold Niebuhr

  • Antineoplastons are peptides and derivatives of amino acids that work as genetic switches. They turn off the oncogenes that cause cancer and turn on or activate tumor suppressor genes. These are the genes that fight cancer.

 


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Cancer is such a wake-up call to remind us how really high the cosmic stakes are and how short and brief and frail life really is. Joni Eareckson Tada

Psalm 30:2 Lord my God, I called to you for help, and you healed me.