Synopses & Reviews
Hope is a strange commodity. When we don't need it, we rarely think about it. But when we need it, we need as much as we can get. So it is for people who are dealing with cancer.
As a chaplain for the Cancer Treatment Centers of America, author and pastor Michael S. Barry has an insider's understanding of the cancer patient's need for A Reason for Hope. With warmth and wisdom, he offers the reader scientific evidence and Scriptural principles that fuel the will to live and build the hope that can heal. If you have canceror are in a support role to someone who doeshere is A Reason for Hope.
"A Reason for Hope is one of the most important books on cancer survival available. It is a must-read for cancer patients as well as for the family and friends who support them." Jerry K. Rose, Cancer Survivor and President, Total Living Network
When you have cancer, hope is one of the greatest things you can have. Author and pastor Michael S. Barry gives insights that will help fuel the will to live and build the hope that can heal.
As a pastor and chaplain at a cancer treatment facility, Dr. Michael S. Barry has spent hours with cancer patients listening to their stories, reflecting with them on their disease, and helping them better understand the role their faith can play at this critical time. And frequently, he has sat beside them as they wrestle with tough questions that have no easy answers.
Now Dr. Barry shares the answers that have come to his heart through his ministry to men, women, and young people engaged in the battle of their lives. These answers will re-engage your faith, re-energize your mind and body, and revitalize your hope. These answers will truly give you A Reason for Hope.
About the Author
As director of pastoral care at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Philadelphia, Dr. Michael S. Barry specializes in the connection between spirituality and health, particularly as it relates to cancer. Dr. Barry earned his bachelor of arts at the University of Texas at Austin, master of divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary, and doctor of ministry at Fuller Theological Seminary.