Peace In The Face Of Cancer
Millions of us are living in the shadow of cancer. Some are hoping to beat the odds and become cancer-free, while others know they are facing cancer for the long haul. And even more of us are standing by someone with a cancer diagnosis and feeling helpless as we grapple with the uncertainty it brings.
Whether the cancer is considered “in remission,” “cured,” or “chronic,” it is possible to find peace as we face it.
In this beautiful, giftable book, cancer patient advocate Lynn Eib shares how to live well from the moment you are diagnosed through the rest of your life. She weaves the story of her own experience as a longtime cancer survivor with those of others around the world in its hope-filled pages. You’ll discover how to bring God’s peace into your own home and life-regardless of your or your loved one’s medical prognosis. (Deluxe LeatherLike binding.)
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SKU (ISBN): 9781496417985
Binding: Imitation Leather
Published: April 2017
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers
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