June 28, 2017 Phillip McMillan was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. He was admitted to UNC chapel hill hospital were he received a round of chemotherapy treatments, and bone marrow testing to revitalize his system. Moving forward he will have to make monthly visits to UNC Chapel Hill hospital to ensure the cancer stays in remission. He has to have a bone marrow stem cell transplant soon. Due to this type of illness Phillip's job has ended resulting in a loss of wages. Those of you who know Phillip know him to be a man of integrity. A man who has given back to his community. It's safe to say we all have a fond memory of a time that Phillip helped us in some capacity. After finding out he had cancer Phillip's faith didn't waiver he replied, "God is bigger than cancer, cancer doesn't have me, I have cancer." 2 Corinthians 3:17 " now the Lord is the spirit and with the Spirit of the Lord is there is liberty." God will be with Phillip every step of the way. We extended an invitation to anyone who would like to give back, & support him. We would like to ask for monetary donations to go towards his medical expenses, his commute to his many doctors appointments, & his stem transplant. Thank you for your prayers, calls, visits, etc. We are Believing God for a miracle. May God bless you all abundantly. Sincerely, the McMillan family!