Cathy

My story is about Greg Griffith

This event took place starting 5 Feb 2010

The Discovery

On February 5, 2010, Greg was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. On February 10, 2010 Greg and Cathy Griffith meet Dr. A. James Moser. It was at this meeting where they discuss a plan going forward, and Greg tells Dr. Moser that God is bigger than pancreatic cancer.

This is My Story

At the time Greg was diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer, he was told he had only six weeks to live. Even though the diagnosis was absolutely traumatic for our entire family, Greg humbly asked God for help, and he got it! God blessed Greg and his family with the gift of 19 miraculous months. Throughout this period, Greg made a tremendous difference in many people’s lives. His courage in the face of death and faith in God caused many to ponder their own mortality and whether they were spiritually ready if tomorrow happened to be their last day. Greg continues to be an inspiration to us all.

The Impact of Time

Greg’s story is a message of hope. When Greg was diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic and liver cancer in the prime of his life, he was told that time was limited. However, on hearing his diagnosis, he said to his doctor “What can Cathy and I do to help you?” The doctors were amazed to hear this question from a terminally ill patient. From there, a new trajectory for pancreatic cancer had begun with those words spoken by Greg Griffith. Cathy Griffith is Greg’s wife and the mother of two their amazing sons, Jamie and Jordan. She became a widow at the age of 48. It was through God’s love and grace that Cathy was able to remain calm and steadfast in the midst of a ferocious tornado called pancreatic cancer. Instead of being an end, this tragic event became the beginning of something very beautiful… you can read more here.