Last week I had the privilege of doing a Facebook live interview with Patricia Durgin from Marketers on a Mission. Patricia helps Christian writers and speakers succeed online with a daily Facebook live show, and last week she hosted a special breast cancer awareness week. I was thrilled to be able to share God’s story of faithfulness to me during my battle with angiosarcoma and discuss how we can support our friends with cancer. You can check out the replay from YouTube here!Share
This week I’m excited to share a video conversation I had with my friend Suzie Eller. Suzie is an author, writer, speaker, and host to a beautiful community of women living free together in Christ. I hope you’ll check out our conversation and all the resources she offers on her site!
From Suzie’s post:
She’s too young. . . Maybe that’s what you think when your friend tells you she has cancer. You want to fix it. You want to love her well. You are afraid. You want to scream that it’s unfair. All of these are natural responses.
When Marissa Henley was diagnosed with a rare form of breast cancer the day before her 34th birthday, it stunned her. That began a battle that she didn’t ask for.
In today’s Living Free Together conversation, Marissa shares how friends supported her and made her battle a little less lonely.Share
Looking for help supporting a friend with cancer? I’m here to answer your most pressing questions – how to support a friend who’s just been diagnosed, how to make the best offer of help, and which scriptures to share to encourage your friend. For more information, watch this short video and then check out my new book, Loving Your Friend through Cancer.Share