“I managed to make my way to the car through blurry, tear-filled vision. Inside the car I tried to calm down by looking out the window as cars drove by. Everyone was going somewhere. And I sat and watched. My life had suddenly come to a standstill.”
When young mother Vivian Mabuni was diagnosed with breast cancer three days before Christmas, she struggled to know how to respond. How do you tell your children you have cancer? How do you allow yourself to be vulnerable and ask for your family’s support? And how do you continue to trust God? Through her battle, cancer patients, family, and friends will find perspective, hope, and an honest look at what it is like to be diagnosed with and treated for cancer—as well as encouragement to know that God is present in our pain.
Warrior in Pink: A Story of Cancer, Community, and a God Who Comforts:
- provides an honest look at what it is like to be diagnosed with and treated for cancer
- includes ways to encourage yourself and others
- shows you how to invite God into your pain
Vivian Mabuni is a mother, speaker, and cancer survivor who writes about life, love, and God. Vivian and her husband, Darrin, have been on staff with Cru (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ) for twenty-five years. They serve in Epic Movement, the Asian-American ministry of Cru, and live in California with their three children.