“Gold in the Road” is Now Published!

I never thought I’d write a book about cancer.   But then, I never thought I’d get cancer.  No one does.  Everyone who hears those awful words, “you have cancer” is shocked.  It has been said that cancer is the most feared word in the English language.  Perhaps that is true.  What I know is that when I was diagnosed with cancer, fear became a greater enemy than cancer itself.   Fear was everywhere.  It besieged me from every direction.  I was fearful of the diagnosis and the treatment.  I was fearful of what lay ahead of me.  I was fearful I might die.  Fortunately, I had someone to turn to in my darkest, most fearful hour.

Book CoverRead about my journey in my new book Gold in the Road:  Through the Cancer Storm with Jesus Christ.   This book was written for those who suffer with cancer and those who love them.  It is also a book for those who are going through any life crisis.

Go to Amazon.com to order your copy.

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After more than 25 years in parish ministry, Rev. Cathie retired in early 2018 to pursue a quieter life with her husband Philip in the mountains of Central Oregon. Although no longer a leader in congregational life, she continues to follow her calling and passion to minister to those who suffer, especially those with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.

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  1. Great. Just ordered it on AmazonSmile! Can’t wait to read it. I’m sure it will be one that ‘you just can’t put down!’

    God bless Rev. Cathie for taking the time to write this book and have it published!

  2. Just want to say congratulations on another wonderful endeavor! Hope you and Philip are doing well!!

    On Mon, Aug 7, 2017 at 11:30 PM, Gold in the Road wrote:

    > revcathieyoung posted: “I never thought I’d write a book about cancer. > But then, I never thought I’d get cancer. No one does. Everyone who hears > those awful words, “you have cancer” is shocked. It has been said that > cancer is the most feared word in the English language. P” >

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