Stress and fear are almost as bad as the disease, but there is a way to attain peace and hope for the future.
BEND, Ore. (PRWEB) September 12, 2016
In light of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it’s important to remember that cancer is not a death sentence.
In her new book, “Victory Over Cancer and Fear: Finding Peace in the Midst of the Storm,” Stephanie Carmichael, an inspirational speaker and two-time survivor of aggressive stage III breast cancer, shares her story of how she conquered fear and found a pathway to greater peace, hope and strength despite her cancer diagnoses.
"Stress and fear are almost as bad as the disease, but there is a way to attain peace and hope for the future," Carmichael said.
Through her book, Carmichael hopes that her story will encourage many others who are facing the same life-threatening disease that she faced.
"Cancer is like facing a giant mountain,” Carmichael said. “It’s a dreaded disease that leaves us feeling powerless. But there is a way to victory -- we just have to discover it for ourselves."
For more information, visit http://www.victoryovercancerandfear.com.
Victory Over Cancer and Fear: Finding Peace in the Midst of the Storm
By Stephanie Carmichael
Available in hardcover, softcover and e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Westbow Press
About the author
Stephanie Carmichael is an inspirational speaker, teacher and writer. She has survived breast cancer twice, and has learned how to have joy and peace in the midst of turmoil. She currently serves in Stonecroft Ministries, an outreach speaking ministry, and has traveled across the Pacific Northwest as an inspirational speaker since 2010. She and her husband, Mark, serve as leaders in the Ministry Training Institute at their local church, teaching from the Christ Ambassadors curriculum and the “Doing What Jesus Did” book since 2003. They reside in Bend, Ore., and have three adult children: James, Julie and Gina, and one grandchild: Lily.
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