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Hendersonville, TN 37075
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Gallatin, TN 37066
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Nashville, TN 37203â€Ž
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Madison TN 37115
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Springfield, TN 37172
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March 5 – Personal update from Pastor David:
Iâ€™d appreciate your prayers for me and my family as I have another scan this coming Monday, March 10th. Psalm 34:1
February 19 – Personal update from Pastor David:
My next scan is on March 10th. Iâ€™m about 7 months in to the 12 month clinical trial with Interferon. Iâ€™ve just about gotten used to giving myself shots â€“ I donâ€™t scream half as loud as I used to :-)
Some ways you can pray:
- For healing through miracle or medicine
- For a positive mental outlook
- For strength in managing the side effects of the Interferon
- For a clean scan on 3/10
- For strength, courage, and peace for our family
Thanks again for all your kind words of encouragement and your prayers. We love you folks so much!
December 31 – Personal update from Pastor David:
Thanks for your all your prayers and encouragement this week. My scans were clear! Praise the Lord!Â I’ll have another set of scans in 12 weeks. In the mean time I’ll keep taking Interferon. Please keep us in your prayers for healing, strength, and managing the side effects of the Interferon. Your prayers and encouraging words mean so much!
December 18 – Personal update from Pastor David:
Thanks for your continued prayers. I went to see my oncologist this week. My blood work was good, but I am a little anemic. My next scan is on 12/30. Iâ€™d appreciate your prayers for a good report. Also, please continue to pray I can manage the side effects of my treatments and have the energy I need for our Christmas Eve services. Again, Iâ€™m so grateful for your thoughts, prayers, and words of encouragement!
November 24 – Interview with Pete Wilson
Personal Update from Pastor David, October 23:
Thank you for your prayers and encouragement for me and my family. Nothing new to report – I’m still taking Interferon shots 3 times a week. My next scan is in mid-December. I would greatly appreciate your continued prayers.
Ways you can pray for me:
- For healing
- For a positive attitude
- For managing the side effects of the Interferon
- For God to get the Glory!
Thanks again for all your love and support for me and my family!
Personal Update from Pastor David, September 26:
I appreciate so much your prayers for my scan last Friday. We met with my doctor on Monday and he told us they were clear! My situation is still very serious. This is a very aggressive cancer, so I would appreciate your continued prayers for no recurrence. However, anytime you get a clear scan it’s a good thing! Can I get an amen!? I will have another scan in 12 weeks. I also will continue to give myself Interferon shots 3 times a week for the next 10 months.
You folks have been so encouraging. You’ll never know how grateful we are for all your prayers, love, and support!
Personal Update from Pastor David, September 16:
Thank you a thousand times for your continued prayer and encouragement. It means so much to us. You guys have been so supportive of us during this season we are in. We are very grateful! I have my next scan on September 20th. I would appreciate your prayers that it would show no reoccurrence of the cancer. Can I get a witness?!
Personal Update from Pastor David, August 21:
Thanks for your continued prayers for me and my family. I’m getting the hang of giving myself interferon shots. There are some side effects – mainly fatigue and flu-like symptoms. Overall, by God’s grace it hasn’t been too bad.
Personal Update from Pastor David, July 11:
Thanks for all your prayers this week for me and my family. As many of you know, I started a treatment regimen on Monday. I am taking an infusion of Interferon 5 days a week for 4 weeks. This will be followed by 3 shots a week for 11 months. The goal is to boost my immune system to prevent a recurrence of melanoma in my body. There are some side effects – it feels kind of like having the flu for a few hours. But the Lord has been good to us and week 1 of treatments is almost in the books.
I would greatly appreciate your continued prayers. I still have a high risk cancer diagnosis with limited treatment options. But my confidence is ultimately in the God of the universe who can over ride any survivability rate. Regardless of the outcome He is good; and He has a plan; and He can be trusted!
Thank you again and again and again for all your prayers and words of encouragement! They mean so much to us. Some ways you can pray for us:
- For healing by miracle or medicine…
- For the side effects to be manageableâ€¦
- For strength and courage and peace for our familyâ€¦
- For God to be glorified through all of this.
Personal Thanks from Pastor David, June 19:
Thanks for your continued prayers for me and my family. Many of you know I had several tests yesterday at Vandy in preparation for the clinical trial I’ll begin in July. I would appreciate your prayers for good test results. You guys have been such a blessing to us during these challenging days. Thank you so very much!
Personal Progress Report from Pastor David, May 15:
I’ve been to the doctor a lot this week; mostly post-op stuff. I’m feeling a little better each day. The surgery I had on May 1st was to remove several of my lymph nodes after having found cancer in one of them after the previous surgery. Thankfully, they found no cancer in any of these. I was released from using a walker/crutches and it feels good to have a little mobility back – though I am limping a little.
The next step for me is to begin in July to take drugs that are designed to boost your immune system. The strategy with these drugs is to rev your immune system up in the hopes that it will prevent the melanoma from re-occurring elsewhere in my body. I will be taking the drugs for 12 months.
Thanks so much for your continued prayers and words of encouragement! We are literally blown away by your kindness to us. It means so much!
Ways you can continue to pray for us:
- For no re-occurrence of cancer
- For my body to respond to treatments
- For minimal side effects from the immunotherapy drugs
- For wisdom for my docs
- For strength, courage and peace for our family
- For God to get the Glory through all this
Again, thank you, thank you, thank you for your prayers!
Personal Follow-up Update from Pastor David, May 13:
Thanks for your prayers today! Got released from crutches/walker. Lymph nodes negative. Start immunotherapy in July. God is good!
Personal Post-Surgery Update from Pastor David, May 2:
My surgery went well and I took a walk around the hospital floor this morning with a walker. I’m feeling pretty good and should go home today or tomorrow. Thanks for all your prayers for me and my family!
Update from Pastor David (4/24):
I’m feeling much better these days and recovering well from my surgery. I will be preaching this weekend at the H’ville campus and speaking at the Man Up Conference this Sunday night. I just can’t tell you enough how thankful I am for all your prayers and encouragement!
In case you haven’t heard, they found cancer in one of my lymph nodes. I am having surgery next Wednesday to address this. They have found no evidence of cancer anywhere else in my body. The next step after surgery is to begin taking immunotherapy drugs in July. I am so grateful for all your love and support. I sure would appreciate your continued prayers.
Some things you can pray for:
- For my surgery this Wednesday May 1st and a quick recovery.
- For wisdom for my doctors.
- For my body to respond to treatments.
- For healing by miracle or medicine. (C’MON!)
- For strength, courage and peace.
- For God to be glorified.
Thank you again a thousand times for your thoughts and prayers for me and my family! God is good!!
Update from Pastor David (4/22):
“Thanks for your prayers today. There is cancer in one of my lymph nodes – surgery on 5/1 for that. Begin treatments in July. God has a plan!”
Update (4/10): Official Statement from the Landriths following Pastor David’s first major surgery:
David came through the surgery well. It is still serious. We should know the results of the pathology reports in 7-10 days. He will stay at least one night in the hospital.
- For favorable pathology results; that the cancer has not spread.
- For speedy recovery
- For minimal pain
- For peace for him and his family as they wait for results.