Friday, 4 December 2015

BLOG TOUR + Giveaway - Beating Cancer by Dr. Melinda C. Hill


Book Genre: Health, fitness, wellness, healing
Publisher: Createspace
Release Date: October 30, 1015 and Oct. 18, 2015 for the ebook
Buy Link(s): Hard Copy | Amazon

Book Description:

Beating Cancer is a powerful illustration of God's healing power through the eyes of one of His favored daughters, Melinda Hill. This book is for anyone who is in the fight of their lives and wants to experience victory, discover their true identity, and achieve great success in their health, both physically and spiritually. Use the action steps in this book for living a healthier life, walk in your God-given authority, and live the life that God intended when He sent His son to bore our sicknesses. TAKE UP THY BED AND WALK! I won my fight and I continue to battle on a daily basis to remain cancer-free. In this book, I will share how the combination of faith, favor, and fulfillment can cause you to win your battle.

* Actions steps for living a cancer-free life.
* Discover God's promises and keys to unlocking your inheritance.
* How to develop a winning mindset.
* 5 ways to beat cancer every day.
* American Anti-Cancer Institute's number one recommendation for natural products
* What to do while waiting on the next doctor's appointment.
* And much, much, more!

Blog Post
The hardest part of this journey, when I really got down, was during the week of doctor visits. I had to really work hard during that week to reframe my doctor visits as a time of celebration, a time when I would get good news to affirm that God is good and that God is a healer. These were days when I really had to get in the scriptures and really encourage myself as David did in 1 Samuel 30:6. I had to preach to myself and be my own cheerleader.  Like David, I placed very little confidence in men. I didn’t have anyone who knew what I was going through.
I would be fine the whole three months in between my visits, however, the week of and the day of the actual visit took a toll on me. It took me about two years to stop dreading doctor visits and to start looking at them as an opportunity to give thanks because good news was coming. With each report, with each test, I knew this was just confirmation that I was still cancer-free.   It was during these times that I felt the battle between my spirit man and my flesh.  The battle was real for me around these doctor visit days. I really had to battle my flesh.  I didn't have anyone to talk to.  I didn't have anyone who had already been through what I was going through.  I didn’t have anyone who would understand that inside turmoil that happens on doctor visit days or the week of the visit.  
So what do you do?  This journey is continuous.  The fight doesn’t end.  Even though I am cancer-free, I just had my 3-year colonoscopy this week along with blood work as another confirmation that God is a healer; the fight doesn’t end.  Every day is a fight for my life.  I am most successful when I combine my faith with knowledge and action; it’s a powerful combination.
       Throughout the chapters in this book, I have provided several references to weapons in my arsenal of fighting cancer.  Now, I want to share the research and information with you so that you, too, can be armed with weapons to fight.  In between doctor visits, whether it is months or years, you must continue to fight to win.  There cannot be a time of relaxation because you’ve received a cancer-free diagnosis.  You can’t eat whatever you want, put anything and everything in your body, neglect taking preventative measures, or fail to exercise to clean out the lymph system.  This is a fight and while waiting, you have to “be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour” (1 Peter 5:8). 
       My weapons of mass destruction against cancer are my faith in God, favor over my life as His child, and the fulfillment of promises He has made to me.  Along with my faith, I have to have action.  Here are my favorite actions steps in winning this battle and where you can find weapons to add to your arsenal.

Author Bio:

Melinda is a coach, author, researcher, and cancer survivor.  Melinda is an ordained minister; however, it’s not a title she uses because it is every Christian’s role to minister; licensed or not.  Melinda's educational background has been focused in the areas of business, coaching and counseling. She holds a doctorate in higher education and organizational change, a master’s degree in counselor education and a bachelor’s degree in organizational management. She is also a graduate of the Executive and Professional Coaching Program from the University of Texas at Dallas.
Working primarily in the health care, communication and education arenas, Melinda has devoted herself to helping individuals meet their goals; whether it is personal or professional.
Partnering with people for success is her mission. Leading an ethical, balanced, purposeful life while living your dreams are guiding principles for Melinda.

As a coach, Melinda is supporting and encouraging. She has a unique ability to support her clients while holding them accountable for their desired outcomes. She is known as a change agent.

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