She Fought the Fight

We Will Always Remember & LOVE GAIL

In December 2016, Gail Hamilton was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer.

The prognosis for this type of cancer, with treatment, is about 9 months. 

Gail fought and lived... really lived, in spite of the cancer, for 22 months.

On October 18, 2018, Gail left this life and ran into the arms of her Savior, Jesus.

  Thousands of people have come to know Gail's story, and have been inspired, awe struck, moved and challenged by reading her blog, along with the blog of her husband, Don.  Gail, Don, and their family have been astounded by the impact their story has had on others, and there are no words to express how much your prayers and support have meant, and continue to mean to them.  You have held them up.

Legacy. 

Gail's ministry and passion over the past few years has been Gail's Girls, a mission to educate, train,

and equip women leaders in Southeast Asia.  It was her desire to continue this ministry, and that is what we intend to do.  Below is a link to the Gail's Girls website where you can learn more and become part of Gail's Legacy.

Gail's blogs will be maintained on this site for all to read.  Don intends to continue sharing his journey.

 

Thank you for loving Gail!

 

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August 31, 2017

Gail's Journey

Some words seem bigger than others, such as STOP on a traffic sign, EXIT when trying to get out of a building, DANGER, FIRE, SALE or FREE.  The words that stand out to us also depend on what we are looking for, our focus.

In the medical realm, we are hopi...

August 22, 2017

Don's Journey

One of my mentors was a man named Charlie “Tremendous” Jones.  Charlie had great impact on my life, as he did thousands of others.  One of his favorite sayings was, "You will be the same person in five years as you are today except for the people you meet...

August 11, 2017

Don's Journey

So, I’ve not written for a long time.  I don’t know if you are asking, “Why?”, but I can tell you that I am not certain myself.  Honestly, I don’t know if I was a little tired of sharing my life with everyone even more than normal, or if I have been trying...

August 6, 2017

Gail's Journey

People often use this phrase when comparing things that are totally different.  This would describe our lives before my diagnosis of stage 4, pancreatic cancer in December and our lives now.  If you are dealing with a life-changing situation you know what...

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