Three to five years to live was Marc McCoy?s prognosis after a revelation from God and a terminal cancer diagnosis. Once he came to terms with his remaining ?shortened lifespan,? a beautiful world began to unfold. It is a world of love, peace, purpose and unspeakable joy.
The Time Of My Life is the story of McCoy?s journey from a life of promising tomorrows to a life of joyful moments today. God took away his focus on tomorrow but, left him with a much better today and a mission to show others the joy that awaits those who embrace one of Jesus? fundamental teachings. ?Tomorrow will bring its own worries,? Jesus said in Matthew 6:34. Why is it essential that we live for today and shed our worries about tomorrow? Even if we could, what is the point?
?So teach us to number our days that we may get a heart of wisdom,? Moses asked in Psalms 90. Why are our lives so short? What exactly is the wisdom gained from knowing the number of our days? The Time Of My Life provides answers to those and many other of life?s tough questions.
None of us are guaranteed tomorrow. This book shows how to apply the wisdom of letting go of tomorrow to your busy lives today and experience the life you were meant to live.
Learn to see the joy in a life lived moment to moment
Experience the relief in letting go of tomorrow?s burdens
Discover the wisdom of knowing the short number of your days
Marc McCoy, a cancer survivor, was forced to address life?s most difficult questions and overcome some of life?s biggest challenges.
Retired from a 45-year career in radio broadcasting, media, and marketing; from talk show host to consultant, to general manager, he has worked with some of America?s most respected radio, television and newspaper companies.
McCoy and his wife, Cindy are active members of The Woodlands United Methodist Church, in The Woodlands, Texas. He and Cindy have two adult children and four grandchildren.