Find Hope for Your Cancer Journey.
The Hope Found in Christ.
In the Midst of the Valley offers hope from the Scriptures and prayers from the heart of someone who’s been there. Each of the ninety readings points to the One who brings peace, comfort, and strength. The One who is bigger than cancer. The One who will walk you through your deepest valley.
Find hope for your cancer journey. The hope found in Christ.
With every paperback you purchase, the book Hear Me When I Call will be given to a woman in need.*
*A local hospital will give the paperback version (unavailable to the public) to a woman at the moment of her breast cancer diagnosis.
What readers are saying about In the Midst of the Valley:
Beautiful book of love, hope and wisdom
She’s been there
Clearly, the author has been there, struggled with the physical, emotional and spiritual effects cancer brings into a life that didn’t ask for it. She came through it and her book helped me take the eternal, significant perspective of the day-to-day battle and the ebb and flow of feelings that cancer patients experience. For me, it’s daily encouragement. Tammy Stewart – April 3, 2016
Also good for care givers trying to help a friend or…
An insightful and encouraging book. Written by a cancer survivor who shares her journey with delightful stories and meaningful Bible verses. It will encourage anyone who has ever had to walk through a Valley of Suffering. Also good for care givers trying to help a friend or loved one. Get one for yourself and some to share. It is that good! Edward F. Dalton – April 2, 2016
Encouragement for Cancer patients
This is an awesome book to give encouragement to those struggling with cancer. Every day it has new insights and seems to be just the thing you need when you need it. This author had been there so she knows how to give encouragement to others. Amazon Customer – April 2, 2016
One of the most encouraging and insightful books written about the journey cancer can lead us to. Beautiful book….great read or gift for those touched by cancer. Sara Wheat – April 2, 2016
I received a free copy of this book for my honest review.
When walking through the valley of the shadow of death, we all could use a prescribed dosage of hope. In the Midst of the Valley gives you that and more. It also offers that certain and reassuring voice of consolation, that of which can be likened to that of a close, personal friend.
Author and Hope in the Valley blogger J.K. Stewart shares her story of her own fight with cancer. When walking through her valley, she would find that the Lord’s presence would be reinforced in her life. Now Stewart draws from her experiences to encourage readers that they are not alone even in their darkest hours, and that hope is never too far away.
In the Midst of the Valley includes ninety readings that will strengthen your faith, especially for those battling serious illnesses such as cancer. Each devotional passage begins with an uplifting scripture. Peaceful promises and prayers end every chapter, which further reveal the author’s heart of compassion and fervent desire to lift up in prayer, the burdens of her readers. The simple, short passages will appeal to the reader physically overcome by the nature of the disease or weakened by the effects of their treatment.
As you peruse these pages, you will especially be empowered by the rich display of the author’s faith, and persevering spirit. You too will find yourself reaffirmed in your faith, as you read stories of triumph, strength and courage. Stewart connects readers to a real issue, but also directs them to the God that is bigger than every storm. He is also the same Lord who promises to walk with us through the valley.
This devotional book is recommended for anyone presently undergoing a battle of their own with cancer, or know of a loved one that is. What’s great about In the Midst of the Valley, is that whether you find yourself walking in the valley of cancer, or facing another trial, there is something here for you. This book will provide comfort and reassurance to those who are heavily burdened, stressed, sick, heartbroken, depressed, or simply weary. Don’t be surprised if you shed a tear or two. Alexandra Yeboah – April 26, 2016