About

Jordan Lewis is a stage 4 cancer survivor, graduate from Oral Roberts University with an International Business degree, Credit Analyst at Regent Bank, and is happily married to the love of his life, Cady Lewis.  Jordan was diagnosed with a stage 4 sinus cancer days after returning from a mission trip in the bush of Tanzania.  Determined to finish school and graduate on time, he continued pursuing his degree while going through a myriad of cancer treatments.  After a year and a half of being cancer free, Jordan was told during a minor, routine checkup that the cancer had returned.  Upon hearing this news, Jordan and Cady knew they needed to be together through the coming journey. Within 4 weeks they were wed. Currently Jordan and Cady are preparing for the impending fight, but more importantly for the unquestionable victory.

On March 20, 2014, Jordan took his last breath on earth and his first breath in the arms of Jesus. Jordan was surrounded by family and friends and continued proclaiming the Lord’s faithfulness using his final breaths. His bravery and selflessness deeply impacted his family, his friends, and his community. Cady resides in Tulsa and works for their church.

A note from Cady:

To all who have contributed to our journey- the unseen prayers, the notes of encouragement, the gifts, the love, the thoughts, and support- thank you. From the bottom of my heart, thank you. You fought this battle by our sides from start to finish, and we won. I am so humbled by the love you all have shown me during this time and I am forever impacted by your generosity, thoughtfulness, and support.

Love, Cady

 

13 comments

  1. Brad · September 29, 2013

    Jordan and Cady,
    have you heard of Bethel Church in Redding CA? After reading this last posting I am reminded of all the healings that I have seen and heard of. God still works today! If you have not ever checked out this church in Redding I would suggest it to you. As a believers in Christ and everything the Bible states then we know that healings and miracles still happen today. One thing I hate most is cancer, and this church has countless number of miracle cancer reports. That, not just has it shrunk, but came up gone, disappeared. Just trust in God and declare that He is good no matter what. I will be praying for you both.
    Brad

    http://bethelredding.com/ministries/healing-rooms/testimonies
    http://www.bethel.tv/channel/5/testimonies

  2. Becky · September 30, 2013

    I am believing for your complete healing! There are also natural approaches that could help! God bless you, and your strong faith!
    http://www.scienceofnaturalhealth.com/natural-cancer-treatment-curcumin.html
    http://www.freedomyou.com/healed_of_a_brain_tumor_with_the_help_of_juice_fasting_freedomyou.aspx

  3. Sarah · September 30, 2013

    I am praying with you for a miracle in Jesus name ! God bless you both !

  4. Wayne D. Wong · October 9, 2013

    Your story must surely touch the heart of Yeshua…and so we join ing agreement with others who have been praying for you, for Shalom, for everything that makes your body, spirit , and mind whole. We shall be strong and of good courage, for He is with you! So, we speak to your cancer and any secondary issues, and declare them under His blood, to come under Kingdom order, and submit to the healing power of Yeshua. We speak encouragement to you, for we are with you! We invite Holy Spirit to come and hover over you… We direct angelic hosts to come to your aid, as in Psalms 91. We invoke an overcoming spirit of resurrection power over you and lift you up at the Throne of Grace, for help and mercy in time of need! And so, we raise our voices together on your behalf…as One! We shout with the sound of the Lion of the Tribe of Judah to shut the door on the enemy and open the door to life!

  5. Ashten Seay · November 17, 2013

    I found your story on a link from Priscilla Cauble’s Facebook. My name is Ashten Seay, and our stories are remarkably similar. My husband Aaron (age 28) and I met last year and quickly fell in love. He proposed in May of this year and we were planning a February wedding when he was diagnosed on July 3 with stage 4 colon cancer. The cancer had metasticized to his liver, bones, and lungs, although his liver is the main concern. We also decided that we wanted to go through this journey as husband and wife so we got married July 7 in front of our families. Since then, Aaron had about three months of chemo. He seemed to be getting a little better until the beginning of October when all Hell broke loose. We have now spent most of the last 6 weeks in the hospital. In fact, I’m typing this from a hospital room at MD Anderson in Houston (this time from pain in his spine- they are doing radiation this week). The doctors have reached a point where “we’re going to try” but we need to “recognize that this is a very aggressive form of cancer.” Right now our medical hopes lie in getting a drug “off-protocol,” a drug that some studies show may help. In other words, medically speaking, things are pretty iffy right now and his liver seems to be getting worse by the day. That being said, we are also trying to have stupid faith. I’ve seen his labs, and we know what the scans say. We also know the averages. But we know that averages, scans, and labs mean nothing when our God is involved. I prayed for Jordan last month when I first read this blog, and I will keep him in my prayers. God can turn things around in an instant! It’s like I’ve told Aaron, we cannot give up hope or give up faith- we must keep trusting in God because we have no other choice, I refuse to give in to fear and instead constantly look to the blood of Jesus for physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual healing. God bless you both!

    • jordanandcady · November 30, 2013

      Ashten,

      I am praying that the peace of God that transcends all understanding will completely envelope you and your husband now. I am believing for healing in his body, miraculous turn-arounds, and the presence of God to fill the hospital room you are sitting in right now. Thank you for sharing your story with me. I am on Facebook, please keep me posted.

      Blessings,
      Cady

  6. candy · November 25, 2013

    May God bless , deliver and heal –completely

  7. Clare Bixler (audrey's aunt) · December 11, 2013

    Was thinking about you today…

  8. Jamie · December 28, 2013

    It was such an inspiration and blessing to see you at KPIC Christmas Eve. Your presence brought so much more meaning to the already beautiful and special service. You remain in our daily prayers as we join you in anticipation of God’s miraculous healing gift… no more tumor in 2014 and beyond!. Have a Blessed and Happy New Year. Jamie and Tony Ray

  9. Anna Blaszczyk · January 15, 2014

    Cady and Jordan,

    I thought of you when I was listening to the below sermon. It had insight I had never heard before and maybe you can take communion with prayer in faith like he says, even daily, if you’re not doing so already.

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=va-F19FdBJc

    I don’t know you but you are a true inspiration.

    In Christ,
    Anna

  10. esther · February 21, 2014

    Trust the Great Physician
    Gloria Copeland
    My son, attend to my words; incline thine ear unto my sayings. Let them [the Words of God] not depart from thine eyes; keep them in the midst of thine heart…. Keep thy heart with all diligence; for out of it are the issues of life.
    – Proverbs 4:20-21, 23
    There is a medicine so powerful it can cure every sickness and disease known to man. It has no dangerous side effects. It is safe even in massive doses. And when taken daily according to directions, it can prevent illness altogether and keep you in vibrant health.

    Does that sound too good to be true? It’s not. I can testify to you by the Word of God and by my own experience that such a supernatural medicine exists. Even more importantly, it is available to you every moment of every day.

    You don’t have to call your doctor to get it. You don’t even have to drive to the pharmacy. All you have to do is reach for your Bible, open it to Proverbs 4:20-24 and follow the instructions there.

    As simple as they might sound, those five verses contain the supernatural prescription to divine health. It’s a powerful prescription that will work for anyone who will put it to work.

    If you have received healing by the laying on of hands, following this prescription will help you maintain that healing.

    If you have believed for healing, but are experiencing lingering symptoms, it will help you stand strong until you are completely symptom free.

    And if you are healthy now, it will help you stay that way—not just for a day or a week, but for the rest of your life!

    These five verses teach you to keep your attention trained on the Word of God—not on lingering symptoms. Be like Abraham who “considered not his own body” (Romans 4:19). Instead of focusing on your circumstances, focus on what God has said to you. Develop an inner image of yourself with your healing fully manifest.

    See yourself well.

    See yourself whole.

    See yourself healed in every way.

    Since what you keep before your eyes and in your ears determines what you will believe in your heart and what you will act on, make the Word your No. 1 priority. Keep taking God’s medicine as directed and trust the Great Physician to do His wonderful healing work in you!

    Scripture Reading: Deuteronomy 7:8-15

  11. chelsey · February 27, 2014

    I pray for the best of luck to you two, and also strength for your upcoming battles. May they turn into blessings. Keep your eyes on God, for he is the creator and has a plan for you two. I pray his plan is that Jordan overcomes this and he and Cady continues to share their story with the world together. God bless you both.

  12. Ellen · March 3, 2015

    Cady, you have such a heart of gold. Through your painful, and horrific journey you are sharing the Gospel with others with such beauty and grace. God smiles upon you!

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