Into The Cancer Woods – With Jesus, Friends and Scripture
Some of Terry Wolfe’s friends had Cancer in the past. Her heart went out
to them but she admits she took the disease for granted – until it was
hers to own. This is a wonderful and encouraging book, not about
survival, but acceptance.
Denver, CO, United States, June 07, 2013 -- In her new book, Into The
Cancer Woods - With Jesus, Friends and Scripture (Createspace Publishing,
2013), Terry Wolfe explores her daily realities on the Breast Cancer
Journey. She could not find any help books about cancer that she could
relate to so she decided to write her own.
The book combines email exchanges between friends and family, personal
thoughts from her prayer journal and a heartwarming dialogue with Jesus
Christ. The entire book is reinforced with wonderful pieces from
scripture and other sources proving that indeed, Jesus Christ does listen
Over 180,000 American women are diagnosed with breast cancer annually.
It’s OK to have cancer. Cancer is a part of our lives just like
birthdays, weddings, diabetes and trips to the dentist. Terry Wolfe prays
her readers will find encouragement from the book. This is not just for
people with cancer, but friends and families, too.
This inspirational story on coming to terms with Breast Cancer reminds
readers that they can indeed find the grace to accept personal
misfortunes through kindness and sharing. Always at Terry Wolfe’s side on
this very personal journey is the wisdom and helping hand of her savior,
Into The Cancer Woods – With Jesus, Friends and Scripture is available by
order in bookstores or online at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other
retailers. It will soon be available through Kindle and the Kindle
library for eBook readers.
About the Author: For several decades Terry Wolfe worked at her family’s
famous entertainment venue known as The Flying W Ranch in Colorado
Springs, Colorado. While undergoing cancer treatments she continued to
work at the ranch. Only months after she was declared cancer free the
famous property was consumed by the most expensive fire in Colorado
history. But that’s another story.
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