Duane "Dog" Chapman and Beth to Visit a Church in Bradenton for Mother's Day Amid Cancer Battle
Duane "Dog" Chapman and Beth announced their upcoming visit to a church in Bradenton on Mother's Day, and she revealed her greatest battle yet.
Reality television couple and bounty hunters — Duane "Dog" Chapman and Beth Chapman are set to visit a church — The Source Church at Bradenton, Florida, on Mother's Day.
In a press statement put out by the church, the reality couple will appear in the 9 am, and 11 am services respectively. It will be streamed live on the church's Facebook page to those who want to participate, but are non-members or outside the locality.
The service is for Beth who is battling cancer to share her story and encourage others, especially her fans who are continually praying for the reality star to get better.
The statement also contains Beth's gratitude to Pastors Ralph and Joanne, whom she credits with giving her a platform to share her story; especially on a day mothers' are celebrated.
Beth also revealed that her fight with cancer is the "Toughest battle" she's ever fought. The bounty hunter added that her faith in God and the love of her family provides the strength she needs to carry on.
The "WGN" star has been keeping the faith since her diagnosis, and Dog has been with her through it all. The father-of-three in an interview with "US Magazine" said he does not pay attention to the bad news, preferring not to hear it.
The 66-year-old said he prays a lot and cries all the time, asking God to heal his "Honey," and take care of everything. Last December, he also told the news outlet that his wife is very resilient, and trying very hard to be involved in the things she used to do before she got sick, including helping out with the bounties.
Beth's first got diagnosed with stage II throat cancer in 2017. She underwent surgery to have it removed, and afterward, was said to be cancer free.
Less than a year after, in 2018, cancer came back, and she had to undergo emergency surgery to clear her airways. Beth, had another one in April while filming "Dog's Most Wanted" with her husband.
In January, the 51-year-old revealed she is undergoing chemo to kill the cancer cells and is staying positive. Despite her woes, the Colorado resident is counting her blessings — she welcomed her great-grandson early this year and is enjoying her time with those she loves.