Sustain Me: Notes on Cancer
by Sharon O'Connor
Publisher: Smashwords 2013
Number of pages: 101
Sustain Me captures experiences of a woman diagnosed with colon cancer at the age of forty and the journey through treatment. Faith in Christ does not exclude Christians from trials. Trust in God does provide an anchor, a safe haven in any storm, including cancer. Sustain Me provides candid thoughts on life with cancer and encourages others walking through cancer to stay focused on the Creator.
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