In the fall of 2015, Michael Bischoff was diagnosed with glioblastoma, an aggressive type of brain cancer. As a husband and father of two young children, he hopes for a cure, of course. But his main focus is on finding wholeness in each moment.
For Michael, the journey toward wellbeing is an ongoing process that is physical, spiritual, emotional, and relational. “I’m in a thin place between life and death, between receiving and giving, between right now and the eternal, between joy and grief,” Michael wrote in his CaringBridge Journal. “My vocation now is receiving love, acknowledging that, and allowing it to keep moving.”
The book “Don’t Postpone Joy: Adventures With Brain Cancer” is a collaboration between Michael and his wife, Jennifer Larson, a photographer and graphic designer.