2nd Tuesday of every month 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM at Praise Tabernacle / 1150 Hicksville Rd, North Massapequa, NY 11758
A support program for young women survivors of breast cancer
Wonderful site with lots of helpful info and a great forum
I have benefited greatly by the practical advice in the publications available on this site. These publications are bible base and they direct our attention to the bible's answer for all of the perplexing things that are happening to us today.
There are articles about people like you and I that have experienced illnesses like ours. They tell how they have been able to maintain their joy through their ordeals. Usually the life stories are in the Awake! magazine.
There are other publication that deal with a host of other subjects. What is amazing about it is that these publications take you to the bible and gives us satisfying answers to all of our troubling questions. Such as:
If God is a God of Love, why has he permitted us to suffer?
Is this what God purposed for me?
All of the publications are free. But if you want to help cover the cost of printing, that is totally up to you. You will not be asked to do so because all donations are voluntary.
You can even read most of the publications on-line.
There is a book entitled 'Young People Ask... Answers That Work' which is designed to help young people that are dealing with all sorts of problems.
There are also sign language videos available.
You can even read the Bible on-line.
Group set up for young girls to learn about breast cancer and how to prevent it.
This a wonderful support system. Once you start treatment for cancer, you sign in to their website. You will be asked some questions, and they will assign two angels to you. These angels are very supportive. They send you cards and letters to give you support and just brighten your spirits. I highly recommend everyone register for this.
It is a book I have written for caregivers who are left behind. It is about my wife who lost her life to pancreatic cancer 2 years ago. It covers the journal I kept from her diagosis until her death and then chronicles my life for the next year. It is nothing earth shattering, rather it is written to show others that we all have similar feelings and situtions that confront us. It will be available mid summer 2009 and you can learn more by going to www.thewhiskereddog.com.
This is my blog about having brain cancer.