Darlene Zschech all clear on cancer after 3 years
Multi-award winning artist Darlene Zschech has revealed that she is cancer-free.
Reporting her 6 monthly check up on Facebook, Zschech, who is she is set to release a live DVD/CD album entitled “Here Am I Send Me,” cited Psalm 91 as the key passage of scripture that keeps her moving forward.
“Here Am I Send Me” is a project that was born out of one of the darkest struggles of her life — her battle with cancer.
Her new album opens with “You Are Great,” a powerful declaration of the greatness of God, written with former Delirious! lead singer Martin Smith.
The main message of the alum is to worship God with your whole life, no matter how long, short, painful, or joyous it may be.
“None of us know how many days we have,” says Zschech. “Whatever days I have—and I’m declaring a ripe old age—I want to live them intentionally. I want to live the love of Christ.”
Image courtesy Mtsoledade – Wikipedia Commons
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