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Extent: Paperback

Pages: 104

Size: 1 x 12.9 x 19.7 cm

Publisher: Veritas

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Battling the Storm

by Martin Tierney

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Battling the Storm: A Cancer Patient s Diary is a collection of articles penned by Martin Tierney over months of illness which provides a compelling human witness to the beauty of life, the mystery of death and the tangible presence of a God of love who hovers insistently and graciously in the midst of suffering and helplessness. These articles show us a man of deep faith confronting impending darkness with courage and honesty. The author s compassion for others is ever present, as is his honesty and his self-deprecation. His stories are personal and at times painful, but never self-indulgent. This collection will speak eloquently and sensitively to those who are dealing personally with cancer or to family members who are caring for sick relatives.

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