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Whether the cancer is considered in remission, cured, or chronic, it is possible to find peace as we face it. As a cancer patient advocate and longtime survivor herself, Lynn Eib knows this to be true--from her personal experience and from chronicling the stories of a host of survivors and caregivers.
Through forty insightful readings, you'll discover how to foster peace in your own home and life, as well as how to find God's supernatural peace in your heart and mind--regardless of your own or your loved one's medical prognosis. This edition also features a foil-stamped imitation leather binding, a topical index, and a ribbon bookmark.
|Format: Imitation Leather|
Number of Pages: 240
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 7.00 X 5.00 (inches)|
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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 of diagnosis through the rest of life. She weaves the story of her own experience as a long-time cancer survivor and those of others around the world into these hope-filled pages. Youll discover how to bring Gods peace into your own home and heartregardless of your or your loved ones medical prognosis. (Deluxe LeatherLike binding.)
Diane Busch5 Stars Out Of 5Powerful little book that brings peace and comfort to anyone facing cancerMay 2, 2017Diane BuschQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0Having had cancer twice myself, I know the feelings of fear and despair, needing to hear from God, and wanting to know someone else understands. A daily reading from Lynn's book would have been so helpful back in 2002. As the author notes at the beginning of her book, her intent is to "inspire in you feelings of hope, courage, comfort, and especially peace as you face cancer in your life or your loved one's."
On the inside front cover flap, Jim Kelly, NFL Hall of Fame quarterback, writes, "Peace In The Face of Cancer" is...not about cancer, it's about rising above your circumstances and finding peace regardless of what life throws at you."
Lynn starts each chapter with a thought-provoking or relevant quote from a famous person and she ends each chapter with a "nugget" or summary statement about peace. As a cancer survivor herself, she discusses issues, thoughts and fears that most cancer patients experience. She uses personal stories from her own life, survivors, caregivers and medical professionals. She adds inspirational Scripture throughout and gives encouragement and tips and humor. There is no one better to speak courage into your life than someone who has "been there and done that".
In the last three chapters of the book, she speaks to those whose cancer is not considered "curable", which is a delicate subject which she handles deftly. At the end of the book a topical index is helpful to find writings on particular subjects.
This is a powerful little book that brings peace and comfort to anyone facing cancer. I recommend giving it as a gift to friends or family members with cancer. Whether you read this book all at once or one chapter daily like a devotional, you will be calmed, soothed, understood, inspired, encouraged, and given peace.
A complimentary copy of the book was provided for review purposes.