Item description for An Uninvited Guest: One Woman's Journey from Cancer to Hope by Jeana Floyd, Erin Keeley Marshall & Johnelle Hunt...
Overview Annotation: Story of surviving cancer from one women to help others.
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An inspiring, gentle look at every woman's terror: breast cancer. Written by the wife of one of America's best-known pastors, Ronnie Floyd, this sensitive treatment takes the reader all the way through the stages of cancer: diagnosis, treatment options, emotional issues, and a way forward. Not preachy, but bathed in healing love, this book makes a perfect gift for women from all walks of life. Floyd takes women through the fears faced by those diagnosed with breast cancer, from losing their hair to losing a breast. Follow her journey as she shares how she learned to face the fears and challenges of breast cancer with grace, hope, and humor.
About the Author
Jeana Floyd is a breast cancer survivor and has led women's support groups from her home church in Springdale, Arkansas. She has two sons, and her husband, Dr. Ronnie Floyd, is pastor of First Baptist Church, Springdale. Jeana shares her deeply personal and inspiring journey in this, her first book.
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Studio: New Leaf Publishing Group
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.39" Width: 6.28" Height: 0.49" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2007
Publisher New Leaf Press/Master Books
ISBN 0892216646 ISBN13 9780892216642
Availability 6 units. Availability accurate as of Mar 22, 2017 06:29.
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More About Jeana Floyd, Erin Keeley Marshall & Johnelle Hunt
Jeana Floyd has been a pastor's wife for over 32 years. She is the mother of two married sons, Josh, who is married to Kate, and Nick, who is married to Meredith. She has three grandchildren, Peyton, Parker, and Reese Caroline, and another grandson is on the way. Jeana lives in Springdale, Arkansas with her husband, Dr. Ronnie Floyd, who is pastor of The First Baptist Church of Springdale and The Church at Pinnacle Hills. She is also the author of the book An Uninvited Guest, published in 2007.
Reviews - What do customers think about An Uninvited Guest: One Woman's Journey from Cancer to Hope?
An Uninvited Guest Apr 5, 2009
When I received this book, I instantly thought of a friend that had just been diagnosed with cancer. Due to circumstances, I was unable to contact this friend until a couple days ago. When I called, I asked if it was okay if I came over to visit for a few minutes and was told I could come right over.
I visited with this lady and then asked if she would like to read this book I had on cancer and read how one woman went from cancer to hope. She was excited & thanked me for thinking of her.
Later that night, I received a telephone call from this friend and she was crying. She said the book was just what she needed. In a time of fear, she now had found peace. She askd if she could keep the book. Ofcourse, I said yes.
So...I have not had a chance to read the book and give my personal review. But, I think a true example is so much better. If you are been told you have cancer, or if someone you love has been diagnosed, please order this book. It will make a difference in your/their life.
Cancer is Terrible Nov 19, 2008
Cancer in any form is devastating. News of malignancy often brings emotions of anger, anxiety, sorrow and fear. "Why me?" is a common question. "An Uninvited Guest" chronicles Jeana Floyd's journey from cancer to hope, from fear and anger to courage and grace and a deeper trust in her God. It's an excellent read, a quick read, a read worth sharing with others facing the uncertainty of cancer.
Uninvited Guest Feb 12, 2008
Beautiful words and pictures...Giving the reader a small glimpse of what it's like to have cancer..