Breast Cancer Awareness
Bridges with Karynthia Phillips and Stephanie O'Neal
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Monica interviews two breast cancer survivors. First, Karynthia Phillips with Echoes of Hope Ministry shares the importance of patient advocacy and engagement with a supportive community. Then Stephanie O'Neal, another breast cancer survivor, shares her testimony and how God brought her through illness to health.
Episode Number 4120
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