When Angela Faddis was diagnosed with Stage IV Colon Cancer during an emergency room visit on Easter Sunday, 2011, her response not only surprised her husband, but it also inspired people around the world. What was that response after hearing she had massive tumors growing inside her body? "Jesus still rose, so we will trust." It was Easter Sunday, and while Christians everywhere were singing the Easter Alleluia, Chris and Angela Faddis were facing a modern day Good Friday.
"In this book, Chris Faddis invites you behind closed doors into the intimate exchanges and heaven-sent moments that should call us all to stop and survey our own lives." - Mark Hart, Best Selling Author
"It is Well is precious and equally strong as a sword. I have come to know this beautiful family in the heart of one of the most amazing stories I've ever known. Truly the story of Bethlehem told in another age." - Mother Dolores Hart, Author, The Ear of the Heart
Chris and Angela's experience, described in the book It is Well shows how unavoidable human suffering can bring the best out in a person of faith. This book helps us to see how fidelity in marriage requires faith in God who will help couples fulfill their promises to love each other in sickness and health, until death do they part. - Father Leo Patalinghug, host of EWTN's, Savoring our Faith.
"I recommend IT IS WELL as a tool for teaching on the meaning of Christian marriage, the redemptive value of suffering, and the invitation of Christ to be His witnesses in the world today." - Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted, The Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix
In his memoir of his wife's seventeen-month journey, Chris Faddis tells not only of the suffering they endured but of the great hope and trust in the resurrection that carried their family through. In this second edition of IT IS WELL, Chris has has included an afterword sharing about life since Angela's death and his new mission to help the chronically ill.
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