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Whispers in the Windstorm: A Journal of God's Blessed Assurance During My Year With Breast Cancer Paperback – May 28, 2016
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True to her lived reality, the book is not solely about her medical journey, but provides glimpses into her family life, marriage, career, mission work, and (most importantly for Danylko) faith... Though some readers may not agree with all of Danylko's viewpoints or decisions, this book provides a moving and often heart-wrenching glimpse into what it's like to experience cancer. -- Publisher's Weekly
While reading this inspiring journal, I immediately thought of all the people who could benefit from reading this, including women with cancer, caregivers, loved ones, and medical professionals... Being faced with a possibly fatal illness... allows Kathryn to remind us that we need to focus on what is truly important, and that is our faith and our loved ones. Her message of not focusing on materialistic things really shines through her journey. -- Reader Views
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Like sitting down having a cup of coffee at breakfast while clearly eavesdropping on the conversation at the table next to you, as she freely bares her soul and walk in faith – to anyone desiring to enter in.
Having lost my maternal grandfather to lung cancer, living and caring for my paternal grandmother her last 8 months through breast cancer this book strikes home. The mental, physical, and spiritual walk Kathryn details during her season with cancer resonates even more personally as I watched my mother live through the majority of the stages Kathryn relates. My mother was diagnosed with breast cancer at 48 and succumbed to it thirteen months later. As a male, I’ve also dealt with the emotional questions and trust issues while dealing with cancer in my own life.
Absolutely thrilled that even while in the midst of this storm in her life she continues to live out her life for Christ at home, work, on mission trips, doctor appointments and wherever led. What a wonderful blessing that her husband, family, church and others lovingly support her in so many tangible ways.
Kathryn continues to maintain her faith and strength in God throughout, even with the questions we all would have, whether it’s for a loved one with cancer or oneself – what a wonderful testimony!