Stealth Journey: An uncommon fight against cancer, fear, tradition, and pharmaceuticals by Naomi HavensStealth Journey: An uncommon fight against cancer, fear, tradition, and pharmaceuticals by Naomi Havens

Stealth Journey: An uncommon fight against cancer, fear, tradition, and pharmaceuticals

byNaomi Havens

Paperback | December 31, 2016

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Before my diagnosis, I lived my life like a typical American. I ate whatever foods I wanted to eat, drank what I wanted to drink, and didn’t think twice about what I put in my mouth. When the word cancer invaded my world, I was unprepared for the battle. I didn’t have the weapons, I needed to win the war.

So, I went to basic training and I started reading. I learned everything I could about cancer, and the therapies—both medical and alternative—available to me. I made a choice to go against the norm and refuse chemo and radiation. My choice makes me part of a minority of often misunderstood people walking a lonely path.

During one of my darkest nights, God held me in His arms and put Jonny Diaz’s song More Beautiful You into my heart. God has helped me to overcome, and given me His love, grace, and strength along the way. This book is HIS story through my story. I hope I can encourage and educate you, no matter what journey you are on. I pray God reaches down and holds you in His arms during your darkest times of depression and physical illness, and that it becomes crystal clear He loves you and is with you.

Naomi lives with her husband, Tim Havens, in Richmond Hill, near Savannah, Georgia. They lead Victory Haven Wellness Group where they stay busy “Helping People Regain Their Health Using God’s FARMacy.” They are passionate about getting “back to the Garden” when it comes to a relationship with God, and a relationship with the food that He created for us to eat. Learn more and contact the Havens for speaking engagements at: www.victoryhaven.org

Naomi Havens is an Air Force BRAT, as well as a Military Spouse. She and her husband, Tim, have been married for 35 years. They have one daughter, one granddaughter, one grandson, and two Miniature Fox Terrier/Chihuahuas. She has been a passionate advocate for literacy for 22 years. Health and nutrition literacy is one of her main focu...
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Title:Stealth Journey: An uncommon fight against cancer, fear, tradition, and pharmaceuticalsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:168 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 0.36 inPublished:December 31, 2016Publisher:OWL of HopeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1942923201

ISBN - 13:9781942923206

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Table of Contents

Forward Introduction1: Under the Radar2: Tim3: Diagnosis 4: Swimming Upstream5: The Natural Way6: Healing Outside the Box7: Helping Others8: Battle Fatigue9: Sarah's Perspective10: Living with a Wild Crazy Woman11: Where is Your Focus 12: PostcardsJust for FunResourcesAbout the Author

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Naomi's journey has created a passion for healthy living through healthy eating, and a mission to help others gain a healthy life. Join us on this life-changing adventure! -Jennifer and Jerald JacobsStealth Journey is about courage, determination, and passion. The strength to go against the odds. It's also about the love of God for people and the desire to pass along the knowledge and experiences learned through this journey so that people would know that they have options. It is also about the hurts along the journey. Thank you Naomi! Your friend and brother in Christ, Jerome Watson Naomi is doing exactly what she was put on earth to do - to share her story and vast knowledge in order to help a world of sick and dying people. I applaud her brave and caring spirit. She is making a true difference in the world! -Elizabeth BurnsNaomi influences me to proactively take responsibility for my health and food choices. She has made a profound impact on my life and perspective on disease, medicine, and food. Naomi and Tim inspire me to keep stepping out of my comfort zone into God's adventures for me, even when other people around me don't understand or support what I do. I have such appreciation and respect for their work, ministry, and the way they love others. They bless me so much and I have loved getting to know them, and being a recipient of their kindness. -Rachael Hartman, Publisher at Our Written LivesI have been taught that the greatest thing one could do is to first love her God and then, as a result, to love her neighbor as herself. Many talk about taking care of and loving ourselves, but few understand what that love looks like. Naomi is one of the few in my community that has loved herself, and others, by facing the uncomfortable truth about the food industry, gastronomic culture, and Western medical and pharmaceutical enterprises. Many times, she has come face to face with the truth, and paid the painful price of social, emotional, and spiritual comforts. Most of us are unwilling, and deep down terrified, to consider giving what she has given. If you are not intimidated by the idea that what you believe about enjoying food may be holding you back from a better quality of life, dare to read her book. You may surprisingly, and even joyfully, discover that food is meant to give us life, not for us to die for. -Grace Sotomayor