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A cancer diagnosis is never welcome, but for Veronica Arnold it was a call to battle rather than a temptation to drown in despair. Her response was, “Bring it on!” She wanted to see what God would do to help her through this.

It’s Okay to Be Me: A Journey to God’s Heart by Way of Cancer presents the very personal account of Veronica’s early years and the factors that contributed to her feelings of rejection. While not a victim of abusive, alcoholic, or drug-using parents—or even of abject poverty—indwelling sin twisted her experience, convincing her that she was terribly fl awed and unworthy.

But God was at work in her life, calling out to her and holding her close even at her most rebellious times. It was when she was at her most vulnerable point, fearing a possible death sentence from cancer, that she finally got the message that she was infinitely valuable and eternally and unconditionally loved by the very Creator of the universe. Walk with her through the revelational process of finding her true worth. Discover the ways God prepared her for her most difficult journey and continually supported her through the stress of the challenging decisions, surgery, and recovery.

It’s Okay to Be Me chronicles how she discovered, for the first time in sixty-five years, why it really was okay to be herself.

“An amazing and inspirational life-changing account of a personal journey! … Veronica has given a gift to others by sharing her story.”
- Ashley Hood,
medical/oncology social worker

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