What in the World Are You Doing with Cancer?
Cancer? Don’t only old people and little kids get cancer? How on earth did I get cancer?
That’s what Hannah McGinnis thought when she found out she had Hodgkin’s lymphoma as a twenty-one-year-old college senior. She didn’t quality for aid, wigs, or wish-fulfillment programs like children under eighteen, but she also didn’t feel old enough to be lumped in with middle-aged women and men fighting cancer. She found herself in the prime of life, battling a formidable disease without warning and without resources for her situation in life.
Praise for What in the World Are You Doing with Cancer?
“This chronicle of one young woman’s battle with cancer offers a powerful reminder of the hope we have in Christ regardless of our external circumstances. Hannah offers encouragement, insight, and resources to help navigate the uncertainty of a cancer diagnosis with poise and a passion to bring glory to His name. I trust that Hannah’s message of hope and courage will inspire you and anyone you know who is walking through a season of trials.”
-Joe White, president, Kanakuk Kamps
“Hannah McGinnis faced her mortality head on when she received a diagnosis of cancer her senior year of college. This young woman’s story of courage and faith in the face of a terrifying disease is an encouragement to any of us who are coping with inexplicable loss.”
-Peggy Wehmeyer, former correspondent, ABC News
“When Hannah was diagnosed my first thought was, ‘No way, not her!’ But cancer attacks the young and robust as well as the old and infirm, and Hannah’s book provides a thoughtful journey through the struggle. If you or someone young in your world has ‘the Big C,’ this book will provide comfort and hope.”
-Pete Briscoe, senior pastor, Bent Tree Bible Fellowship, Carrollton, TX