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About “Be of Good Cheer

This blog is a place where I can park thoughts, experiences, and life lessons through my (and my family’s) experience with Hodgkins Lymphoma. Since my diagnosis, I have read many blogs and experiences of others who are fighting this disease. Some of their stories are discouraging—not because of the prognosis, but because of their attitudes. It is my hope that other Hodgkins patients will come across this blog and be encouraged and helped—especially in finding strength and hope through a relationship with Jesus Christ.

You can read about my story in the posts, and feel free to contact me if I can be an encouragement to you in any way!

About the Schmidts

The Lord has given me the privilege to serve as an Associate Pastor at Lancaster Baptist Church in Lancaster, California with Dr. Paul Chappell. My responsibilities include Student and Singles ministry, Striving Together Publications, Media ministry, and weekly service oversight. God has blessed me with an wonderful wife, Dana, and three children—Lance, 19, Larry, 16, and Haylee, 10. We really enjoy serving the Lord, spending time together, and taking family vacations!

We serve the Lord with a great team of people, and it’s an honor to serve with them. In our twentieth year of ministry and marriage, it’s been a dream come true to see our graduates grow up at LBC and stay faithful to Christ as they enter their adult lives.

I enjoy trying to encourage others through writing, and would love to know how the books or music have touched your life. Take a moment to send an email or to post a comment. Let me know how I can serve you!

Email: cary.schmidt@lancasterbaptist.org

Mailing Address:

Cary Schmidt
Lancaster Baptist Church
4020 E. Lancaster Blvd.
Lancaster, CA 93535

Phone: 1-800-201-7748

4 Responses to About

  1. Paula says:

    I just wanted to say thank you for your testimony. I recently borrowed your CD from my sister and have enjoyed it. I became curious to see what kind of an individual you were, if you lived the way your music suggests. I was not disappointed by your incredible testimony; it is encouraging to see that there are still people out there willing to show God’s love and strength to the world through their circumstances. I pray for you and your family during your fight.
    Your sister in Christ, Paula
    1 Timothy 6:12 Fight the good fight of faith, lay hold on eternal life, whereunto thou art also called, and hast professed a good profession before many witnesses.

  2. Thank you for your wonderful book called… Done.
    GOD BLESS AND DO A HEALING WORK WITHIN YOU in the name of
    JESUS CHRIST.

    A Brother in Christ. Henry Mailhot of Washington state

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  4. Marietta Breden says:

    I had my port removed on 11/18/14, 3.5 yrs after finishing chemo. I kept it in because it was always “wait for until after the next test”… well there will always be the next test and follow up appointment! It is so amazing how I came across your website to read the story about your port removal. I was not expecting to feel the excitement I felt after having my port removed. It is a Victory! I love how you said it .. it is “crossing the finish line!” God Bless YOU and congratulations on “crossing the finish line!”

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