Tuesday, January 26, 2010

There is no such thing as coincidence

First, I want to thank everyone for "celebrating" my five-year milestone! It's awesome to have everyone cheering me on. That's what got me through my treatment, of course. I couldn't have done it without the support of all the incredible people God has put in my life :).

God worked some amazing things through my cancer experience, and continues to do so now. Something beyond coincidence happened yesterday. On the exact date of my five-year "cancer free" anniversary, I received my copies of The Ultimate Christian Living--an anthology in which you will find TWO of my personal stories.


Both stories are about my cancer journey. One is about an answered prayer during a really tough time in my treatment, when I wasn't sure I could handle the side effects anymore. The other story tells what I learned after the fact, and how my diagnosis and treatment were in many ways a huge blessing.

If you're interested in reading my experiences, along with many, many other inspiring stories, check out www.hcibooks.com or Amazon.

This book would make a great gift for someone going through a tough time, or anyone trying to keep their faith strong. And, uh, Mother's Day isn't so far off either ;).

(OK, so I posted this a few hours ago and just realized I forgot to mention--the official release date of the book is not until March 1st! But you can pre-order!)

4 comments:

KM Wilsher said...

And the celebration continues!
So exciting, Kat :0)
Awesome!

lynnrush said...

Fantastic!

Kat Harris said...

This sounds wonderful, Kat. I know some people who could use this right now.

And congrats on five years!

Chas. Funderburg said...

Kat:

I didn't know of your battle with cancer!

But I am glad to hear that God's grace prevailed in your life, and that you are still here to share your life and your wisdom with us.

May God grant you the grace and time to do all of your heart's desires!

Chas