Item description for An Uncommon Faith: The story of missionary Jan Moses and her journey with cancer by Mark Moses...
Overview In this very personal story, Moses shares how he and his wife were both diagnosed with cancer within two months of each other. He examines the question: Why would a loving God allow a missionary husband and wife in the prime of their lives and ministries--and with five dependent children--to both get cancer? (Christian)
Publishers Description They were successful Southern Baptist missionaries. In March 2004, Jan Moses was diagnosed with melanoma, a very aggressive form of skin cancer. A month later, her husband, Mark, was diagnosed with kidney cancer. Read their story. Laugh with them, cry with them, but most of all learn with them as they live out the answer to the question: Why would a loving God allow a missionary husband and wife in the prime of their lives and ministries and with five dependent children to both get cancer?
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.59" Weight: 0.72 lbs.
Release Date Oct 24, 2007
Publisher Hannibal Books
ISBN 1934749036 ISBN13 9781934749036
Reviews - What do customers think about An Uncommon Faith: The story of missionary Jan Moses and her journey with cancer?
Excellent tribute to Jan, Encouragement and Challenge for the rest of us ... Feb 8, 2008
Jan was an amazing woman. Mark does a wonderful job of portraying who she was, her interests and passions, and the evidences of her vital relationship with God. However, the book goes beyond just characterizing Jan and her faith. It tracks the family of seven as they dedicate themselves to the work of the Lord, and then as they receive and deal with the pair of diagnoses received in so short a time period. It follows them as they return to the states, undergo treatments, improvements and setbacks, and as they ultimately cope with the earthly loss of wife and mother. The book is a fair and worthy challenge for anyone who considers himself or herself a follower of Christ, and an inspirational story of faith, trust, and perseverance for us all.