Women of Faith, the nation’s largest gathering of Christian women, is actively supporting the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF), one of the leading breast cancer awareness organizations in the world, by informing women of the importance of early detection and by encouraging those currently facing breast cancer.
From September to November, Women of Faith asks ladies who plan to attend its events to deck out in pink. In addition, special pink Women of Faith products, such as Bibles, hats and shirts, will be sold during the remaining October and November tour stops. Twenty percent of the proceeds from the merchandise and $1 of every book sold will be donated to NBCF (except in the following states: AL, HI, IL, MA, ME, MS and SC).
Breast cancer survivor and Women of Faith speaker, Holly Wagner encourages women in their struggle against the disease.
Breast-cancer survivor Janelle Hail founded NBCF in 1991. Its mission is to save lives through early detection and education. NBCF offers women free online tools through their website http://beyondtheshock.com, where they can learn, ask and hear from others helpful ways to cope and heal. Additionally, by offering underserved women free mammograms in all 50 states, NBCF is giving women their best chance at life.
The Women of Faith “Believe God Can Do Anything” fall tour will make a total of 24 stops in cities across the U.S. in 2013. The tour started Aug. 2 in Oklahoma City, OK, and will wrap-up in Louisville, KY, Nov. 1. Each event runs a day and a half and includes a variety of speakers, such as Sheila Walsh, Christine Caine, Lisa Harper, Max Lucado and Priscilla Shirer. See the full list of 2013 “Believe God Can Do Anything” tour cities.