Cancer Is a Shocking Word

by Paul Tautges | July 15, 2011 4:36 pm

[1]Who among us does not know someone who is dying of—or living with—CANCER? What do we say? How best can we minister God’s truth and grace to them in their time of need? Thankfully, there’s a wonderful new counseling booklet written by a friend, fellow author, and hospice nurse, Deborah Howard. It’s simply called, HELP! Someone I Love has Cancer.

Mark Tubbs, reviewer for Discerning Reader, writes,

This was a timely booklet for me – not because a family member has cancer, but because one of my closest friends’ best friend has just lost his wife to cancer. It’s at times like this that I become most aware that I really don’t have a grasp of many life-and-death issues, and that I don’t really know what to say that is truthful, sensitive, and comforting. I have found Deborah Howard’s booklet Help! Someone I Love Has Cancer to be comforting, convicting, and warmly clinical.

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