Cancer:
An Invitation to Live Again

I have found my cancer journey to be a positive and profound transformational experience. I’m inspired to share my healing journey here, and trust you’ll find hope, encouragement and purpose as you discover the healing power that lies
within you.

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Cancer:
An Invitation to Live Again

I have found my cancer journey to be a positive and profound transformational experience. I’m inspired to share my healing journey here, and trust you’ll find hope, encouragement and purpose as you discover the healing power that lies
within you.

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Call things that are not as if they were

By Karen Berrios | May 21, 2020

The above title is rooted in such powerful biblical teaching, that even new age followers have the conviction to practice. I wonder then why not us? Jesus followers and believers of our might king? Is it that we think this is a belief that it only applies in biblical times? Well, let me tell you…

Can you have faith and doubt?

By Karen Berrios | May 18, 2020

Faith is not the absence of doubt, it’s the means to overcome it. – Steven Furtick.​ It is hard to have faith when we only see despair or pain in our unchanging circumstances. I can honestly say that we have all fallen guilty of doubt at some point in our journey. But is having doubt…

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Karen Berrios

When the doctors first found papillary thyroid carcinoma right on the side of my neck I was presented with only one treatment option: Surgery and possibly radiation. Something in me said NO. “Wait,” said my inner voice. “Search first, there’s no rush…”

I had a lot of decisions to make. Would I listen to the advice of the medical community and everyone around me who was urging me to take the traditional route – and then contend with all of the potential side effects and complications of these treatments? Would I give in to Fear? Or would I search for answers to why I had cancer? Explore my options and take the path less travelled, pursuing alternative methods of treatment?

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Meet

Karen Berrios

When the doctors first found papillary thyroid carcinoma right on the side of my neck I was presented with only one treatment option: Surgery and possibly radiation. Something in me said NO. “Wait,” said my inner voice. “Search first, there’s no rush…”

I had a lot of decisions to make. Would I listen to the advice of the medical community and everyone around me who was urging me to take the traditional route – and then contend with all of the potential side effects and complications of these treatments? Would I give in to Fear? Or would I search for answers to why I had cancer? Explore my options and take the path less travelled, pursuing alternative methods of treatment?