Reflections on the Beatitudes: For People With Cancer
This series builds upon two previous Reflections collections--Psalm 23: "You don't have to feel afraid anymore," and The Lord's Prayer: "You don't have to feel alone anymore." The programs are presented by Ken Curtis, who was diagnosed with advanced cancer with little prospect for survival.
Ken as he visits fascinating sites in Israel, among them the location
traditionally said to be where Jesus gave the Beatitudes. They are a
brief collection of sayings about blessedness or happiness, which was
the opening to His Sermon on the Mount. Ken explores the richness and
depth of the Beatitudes and challenges us to find blessedness out of our
brokenness, a most difficult task for those who are confronted with
cancer or any life trauma. We see how the Beatitudes provide a whole new
dimension in dealing with our crisis. Along the way he shares his own
journey in dealing with advanced cancer, including the process of
sorting through various treatment options which often went far beyond
the traditional methods recommended by doctors.
Reflections on the Beatitudes- Study Guide
Reflections on the Beatitudes- Digital Download
Reflections on the Beatitudes- DVD
OTHER SERIES WITH Ken Curtis
"You have cancer," can be the most devastating words one
can ever hear. Tragically, cancer continues to assault and afflict vast
numbers of families. But for many the experience of cancer becomes a
time of finding God's presence in a deeper and more beautiful way!
This series of meditations on The Lord's Prayer with Ken Curtis builds upon his previous series, Reflections on Psalm 23 for People with Cancer.
Ken was diagnosed with advanced cancer with little prospect for
survival. He pursued a combination of traditional and alternative
medicine, undergirded by a strong spiritual dimension and prayer support
While made particularly for people facing the crisis of cancer, the reflections are relevant for any health crisis.
Ken on this journey into the world of The Lord's Prayer from original
locations important in the life of Jesus. The Lord's Prayer is not just a
way of praying. It's a way of "seeing." When the prayer is grasped and
uttered from the heart, it can -- and will --change us. We realize how
we are not alone, no matter how difficult or seemingly hopeless our
situation. Even in our pain, there can come a joy and a feeling of
rightness about our world.
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