Sunday, November 25, 2018

Family Shares Courageous Story Of Millennial Living In Kansas City & Journey Of Faith Amid Terminal Cancer Fight

Perspective on the life & times of one of the many young people building their lives in KC . . . Check this brave story of a family who lost their daughter to cancer in the prime of her life as she lived & worked in KC but ultimately returned "home" during her struggle. Read more:

Family publishes 'Faith Over Fear'

HUDSON, SD-Twenty-six-year-old Angie Hazel of Hudson, SD, received a life-changing diagnosis March 10, 2017 - Stage 4 cancer of unknown primary, which ultimately took her life that same summer. Because Hazel's journey was so authentic, the family felt the push to write her story in a book called "Faith Over Fear: Walking Angie Home."


Anonymous said...

Yeah, that faith stuff is really somethin", How about just fixin' the disease instead of trying so desperately to twist the sad facts around to somehow say God is helping. What a load of crap. I'm sorry for the death. I just get upset when folks try to make it something it isn't.

Anonymous said...

Plus she don't get a fucking penny in royalties.