Finding Grace
in the
Shadow Valley:

Our Pancreatic Cancer Journey

How do you even breathe after a pancreatic cancer diagnosis?
The nightmare is an all-consuming darkness threatening
to extinguish the light of hope.

If pancreatic cancer has touched your life in some way, then perhaps our book, Finding Grace in the Shadow Valley, will offer hope as you journey.  It is the story of our walk into the dark pit of a terminal cancer diagnosis.

Cancer interrupted our very comfortable, extremely ordinary lives with a vengeance when our mom was diagnosed with inoperable pancreatic cancer.  It was the moment we began an impossibly difficult journey.  

This book is a diary of sorts... the day to day battle, the nitty-gritty decisions, the roller-coaster ride of cancer treatment.  We share our heart, the emotional questions, the hard answers.  We also recount the joy and grace that surrounded us in the midst of the terrifying darkness.

This is the story of Finding Grace in the midst of a cancer diagnosis and the way it changes how we live out our stories.

If you are wondering what it is like to walk this valley road, if you are desperate to find hope for yourself or a loved one, this book will offer a light for your path.

We are humbled to know that mom's story has resonated with so many.  Perhaps it is as one reader so aptly put, "It is good to know that I am not alone."

Yes, it is good to know we are not alone.  We are walking hand in hand, taking a journey together that none of us wish to take.  Never doubt that Grace walks that road too, each and every step right alongside us.

Finding Grace... it is what makes facing those horrific days possible.

And it brings Hope to the Shadow Valley every. single. time.

Our book
Finding Grace in the Shadow Valley

can be found today @ amazon 

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