My faith has been deepened by the whole process of taking care of Dale, and knowing him and his family, and seeing things play out
— Robert Collins Director of Hematologic Malignancies/Blood and Marrow Transplantation Program University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Hope and Help from a Cancer Survivor: A Memoir of Faith Amidst Affliction

Every cancer patient wants hope. They need hope. But in order to have hope, one needs to know what hope is. It’s not a vague, barely grasp-able concept. Hope is real, and it starts with knowing Someone cares. Hope is facing each day with Purpose. Hope is in essence rock-solid Faith. 

Hope and Help is a man’s story of his battle with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and a central nervous system attack called progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy/JC virus. In the middle of this, doctors discovered his granddaughter had a brain tumor. But what should have killed him only made him stronger and more determined to fulfil his God-given purpose in life. 

What is notable about this man’s story is that while each day was faced with daunting challenges, he met each challenge with faith and strength that clearly came from God. As a result, he and the doctors saw miracles happen before their eyes. Other patients who met him were forever impacted by his testimony. Today, through this book and a ministry called Hope and Help, what this one man learned is more than an encouragement to others – it’s showing them how they can have a similar story themselves. 

About the Authors
Dale Morrison resides near Abilene, Texas with his wife Nancy. He is an entrepreneur, land developer, and ordained minister. Dale is the founder of Hope and Help Ministry, a Christian outreach to cancer patients. Dale and Nancy have three grown children, Courtney, Emily, and Malory. They are blessed with nine grandchildren. Connect with Dale at 

Dr. Jacob West lives in Stamford, Texas with his wife Emily. Jacob received his Doctor of Ministry Degree from Hardin-Simmons University in 2013. He is the pastor of First Baptist Church in Stamford. Jacob and Emily have three young children, Ellie, Ryan, and Natalie. 

What started as a farewell memoir to family and friends is now a beacon of victory. It's for you, for your family and friends. 

Dale, I can’t thank you enough for the books! I will always treasure the one you autographed for me. I’ll send the other one to my daughter and she will treasure it too. She has been cancer free for 2 years now and your book will be an encouragement and inspiration for her. I admire you and Nancy so much for your strong faith, your hearts for others, and your God given strength and ability to face the difficult times you’ve been through. I plan to give your book as gifts to special friends at Christmas time. They will make very meaningful gifts. May God bless you always!
Much love, P