Spirituality

Desperate Hope: Experiencing God in the Midst of Breast Cancer

Desperate Hope: Experiencing God in the Midst of Breast Cancer

There is so little written about brest cancer from the prespective of Christianity it seems a shame this book has gone out of print and unoticed. At the time of this writting copies are available on Amazon for $0.01.

Cancer Patients and Caregivers Benefit from Religious Faith

Cancer Patients and Caregivers Benefit from Religious Faith

Faith and hope enable some people to go forward and confront what they cannot on their own. Researchers have found a strong correlation between religious beliefs and hope. A study at the University of Michigan found 93% of cancer patients said that faith had given them the strength to...

Blessings for the Journey

Blessings for the Journey

When Paula Rayman was diagnosed with breast cancer Unable to find a comprehensive guide for Jewish women facing the disease, she turned to Mayyim Hayyim, a community mikveh and education center in Newton, MA that promotes Jewish learning and creative ritual.

'Fighting for It': How Sikh-Canadian Bikers Are Riding for Religious Freedom and Cancer Awareness

‘Fighting for It’: How Sikh-Canadian Bikers Are Riding for Religious Freedom and Cancer Awareness

Some bikers have beards and long hair as tenants of their religion. In Canada one such MC . The Sikh MotorCycle Club recently completed a historic trip. The entire ride was to promote pediatric cancer awareness and tolerance, raising $75,000 for pediatric cancer in the process. On 13 bikes...

This Buddhist Monk Used His Own Practice To Make Peace With Cancer

This Buddhist Monk Used His Own Practice To Make Peace With Cancer

A Vietnamese Buddhist monk with the honorable ranking of Highest Buddhist Master, William Tran, was dignosed with acute myelid leukemia. From treatment to transplant his faith sustained him. Here he details 5 points that made his journey easier and prehaps will make other people's journeys easier as well.

Women are buying the burkini in droves, and they're not all Muslim

Women are buying the burkini in droves, and they’re not all Muslim

No matter your feelings about the BURKINI, Skin Cancer survivors in are putting on the head to toe swimwear to protect them from the sun, an outcome no one expected from the controversial swimwear.