Adrian’s Premier Mag Interview

Adrian’s Premier Mag Interview August 23, 2018

Suffering will come at some stage in every Christian’s life. It will either drive you deeper in your relationship with God or turn you away from him. Your call which…  

As part of Blood Cancer Awareness Month I am supporting Leukaemia Care’s Spot Leukaemia campaign and talking about the need to recognise symptoms in yourself and get help early, as well as my experiences as a Christian going through it.

In a raw and open half an hour interview recorded for Premier Christianity Magazine’s Podcast I speak openly about the uncertainty I face at the moment. My interview starts 7 minutes into the following podcast:

Holding onto hope in the midst of Leukaemia.

16 months ago the Christian author and blogger Adrian Warnock was diagnosed with a slow growing form of blood cancer. In this candid interview, Adrian opens up about how his faith has been tested since receiving the news, what he thinks about healing and why he believes every Christian must prepare for times of suffering.

You can read more about Leukaemia Care and their campaign as well as my own story on God Tv’s website which says “Christians are being encouraged to remember that they can get sick just like anyone else and to learn the symptoms of Leukaemia during Blood Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM) which takes place in the UK throughout September….” READ MORE

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