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A cancer diagnosis is a traumatic, overwhelming event. You may wonder, Why me? So many decisions must be made, usually in a short amount of time. You may be making decisions that will have long-term effects of your life, while also battling shock, information overload, fear, anxiety, and uncertainty.
As the husband of a breast cancer survivor, Todd Outcalt understands the many emotions cancer patients experience. Praying through Cancer provides four weeks of Bible readings, personal stories, and prayer to encourage and inspire you.
Although this book is designed primarily as a personal prayer guide, it can also be used for group study. Reflection questions at the back of the book provide helpful conversation starters for cancer support groups, friends and family members. Find strength, courage, and hope within these 28 days of prayer.
Number of Pages: 72
Vendor: Upper Room
Publication Date: 2016
Series: 28 Days of Prayer
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Receiving a cancer diagnosis is traumatic, both for the person diagnosed and family and friends. Todd Outcalt writes from the perspective of a husband who has accompanied his wife, a breast cancer survivor, through her cancer journey.
Praying Through Cancer is a practical guide for anyone seeking strength, support, and hope for coping with cancer. This personal book addresses the raw emotions and deep questions evoked by cancer. Each devotion helps the reader encounter God through comforting scriptures, insightful reflections, and heartfelt prayers.
The 28 Days of Prayer Series
Depending on who you ask, it takes 2128 days to create a habit. The point is to commit for a consecutive number of days. This series follows the same concept. Each book is designed to cover a specific topic and help you develop a daily prayer practice that hopefully continues beyond the 28 days.