4 Things Every Cancer Patient Must Do
A guide for new patients.
Help for making the right cancer care choices.
Cancer Fighting Recipes
Nutritious and flavorful meal options.
Inspirational Thoughts for Cancer Patients
A collection of inspiring quotes and Scriptures.
The Road to Good Nutrition
Tips for maintaining good nutrition during cancer treatment.
Reducing Your Risk for Cancer
We can promote our own good health through positive lifestyle choices.
Dealing with Grief and Loss
Enabling people to work through grief in a natural way frees them to talk openly about it and process it in a healthy manner.
Ideas that can help you show love and compassion in thoughtful and tangible ways.
Emotional Needs of Cancer Patients
Ways you can proactively bring comfort and support to cancer patients.
Caring for Caregivers
Practical tips for ministering to caregivers.
What to Expect When Diagnosed with Cancer
A valuable starting point for what one could possibly expect when diagnosed with cancer.
Hospital Visitation Tips
Tips for hospital visitation, a vital part of our calling to minister to the sick.
Ways to Respond to Cancer Patients
Learn what to say and how to respond to cancer patients in a way that is helpful and hopeful.
Cancer Care Ministry & Your Church
Tools to help the church minister to those impacted by cancer.
The DNA of Cancer
More precise cancer treatment.
Spiritual Needs of Cancer Patients
Meeting the spiritual needs of cancer patients by applying scripture to their circumstances.
Cancer Ministry Scriptures
A selection of key scriptures for the spiritual support of patients and caregivers.
7 Things You Should Know About Cancer
Seven fundamental needs to be aware of when ministering to cancer patients and their families.
Managing The Cost of Cancer Care
Tips to help manage the cost of cancer so you can focus on more important things.
Practical Needs of Cancer Patients
A source of inspiration to help you meet the practical needs of cancer patients.
What The Bible Says About Hope
Learn what the scriptures say about true hope.
God Works Through Doctors
Explore the relationship between faith and physicians.
How Cancer May Impact Relationships
Way to help manage the impact of cancer on relationships.
Cancer facts and treatment tips.
When Your Loved One Is Dying
Tips for maintaining hope near the end of a cancer journey.
The Blame Game: Is This Cancer My Fault?
Addressing the question: “Is cancer my fault?”
Cancer Symptoms and Causes
Gain an awareness and basic understanding about the symptoms and causes of cancer.
At the Crossroad of Faith and Cancer
How to walk through times when one’s faith is tested.
God is on Your Side
The encouragement that comes from knowing God is for you.
Victory Over Fear
Tips to fight against fear with the strength that God provides.
10 Tips to Strengthen Your Faith
Your faith can equip you for the fight and give you strength for the journey.
The Battle of the Mind
Encouragement to help you fight the mental battle against cancer.
How to Face Cancer with Boldness
You may feel you do not have the strength for this battle. But there is hope.
50 Encouraging Scriptures for Cancer Patients
God’s Word can light our way to help us walk in hope during a cancer journey.
7 Scriptural Ways to Fight Stress
The scriptures provide unique information that may help you in a battle with stress.
Better Because of Cancer
It may be possible for one’s life to be better because of their cancer diagnosis—at least in some ways.
Going All In with God
When fear is transformed into faith, God can do wondrous things in us and through us.
How To Serve God When You Have Cancer
Your cancer diagnosis does not disqualify you from serving God.
Knowledge Is Power
What everyone should know about cancer.
Blessed Are the Children
Supporting those whose parents have cancer.
Your Life Belongs to God, Not Cancer
Though cancer is a threat that attacks the body, it cannot affect the spiritual aspects of our life, movement or being in God.
When One Is Faced with a Battle
Help to find the will, strength, and courage to face a challenge posed by giants who threaten your well-being.
The Pursuit of Quality Living with Cancer
At the end of the day, we may not be able to determine how long we will live, but we can certainly influence how well we live.
Stepping Out of Cancer’s Shadow
No one wants to look weak. We just do not like it when others look down on us. For any reason.
Missing the Now Looking for the Tomorrow
While you are waiting for your miracle, it can be easy to overlook all the good things that happen between now and then.
Living in the Winner’s Circle
Our lives are not about how they end. We all cross the finish line. Our lives are about the race itself.
What Can Be Learned from a Cancer Journey
A cancer diagnosis has a way of putting things into perspective. We see old things in new ways. Our true priorities emerge.
HOPE the Movie Preview for Your Soul
For someone diagnosed with cancer, hope offers a preview—of the good things that God can do.
Do you know your Godly Bill of Rights?
As Kingdom citizens of God, everyone has the right to CHOOSE their course of direction.
Please Take Out the Trash in Your Life
It is time to remove things from our lives that may compromise our mental, emotional, physical and spiritual wellness.
Cancer Communication Strategies
Only you can decide when and how to tell people about your cancer journey.
Spiritual Support FOR THOSE WHO Don’t Belong to a Church
For someone with cancer, walking with others down this road may make the journey better.
WISDOM KEYS: Approaching Your Physician About Your Spiritual Needs
For a person of faith, deeply held religious beliefs can provide strength and support when they are being confronted by sickness and disease.
The Virus of COVID and the Disease of Cancer
For someone who has been diagnosed with cancer, concern about COVID-19 is very real.
How to Manage Negative Emotions When You Don’t Feel Positive
When someone we care about is feeling down, it’s only natural for us to want to bring them up.
Navigating End of Life with a Cancer Patient
There is good news. The likelihood that someone who has been diagnosed with cancer will survive keeps getting better all the time.
Cancer Nutrition & Recipes For Dummies
By Carolyn Lammersfeld
The Invisible String
By Patrice Karst
Nowhere Hair (Explains your cancer and chemo to your kids)
By Sue Glader
Mom Has Cancer! (Let’s Talk About It)
By Jennifer Moore-Mallinos
Have questions about cancer? Just ask Alexa. By Cancer Treatment Centers of America