Cancer
Now What?

Taking Action, Finding Hope, 
and Navigating the Journey Ahead

Saturday, November 5

9 am - 12 pm | Center Court

Stephen Ministry of Liberty Corner Church invites you to a workshop for those facing the challenges of cancer, and their loved ones, with guest speakers Rev. Kenneth Haugk, Ph.D. and Amity Haugk. 

Rev. Kenneth Haugk, Ph.D. 

The Rev. Kenneth Haugk, Ph.D.—a pastor, clinical psychologist, and author—is the Executive director of Stephen Ministries and cofounded the organization with his wife, Joan. Drawing from the personal experience of his wife’s cancer and research with 2,741 survivors and loved ones and 820 medical professionals, Rev. Haugk wrote Cancer—Now What? to address the many medical, emotional, relational, and spiritual challenges that cancer brings.

Amity Haugk

Amity Haugk, daughter of Kenneth and Joan Haugk, serves on Stephen Ministries’ program staff, Stephen Leader training faculty, and consultation and publicity teams. She also works closely with churches interested in beginning Stephen Ministry. Amity is coauthor of the Antagonists in the Church Study Guide.
Cancer--Now What? Taking Action, Finding Hope, and Navigating the Journey Ahead guides and supports cancer patients and their loved ones through the many challenges they may encounter by providing helpful information, practical ideas and hope-filled encouragement. 

Workshop Schedule

8:15 - 9 am | Check In and Continental Breakfast
9 am - 12 pm | Workshop
12 - 1 pm | Book signing and opportunity to meet Rev. Haugk

Registration

Space is limited and registration is required for the event. Please register by October 29. Registrants ($20 fee) will receive a copy of Cancer--Now What? and the Giver’s Guide.  A donation will be made to Crossroads4Hope, a local non-profit organization providing support to the cancer community.

About Stephen Ministries

Stephen Ministries is an international not-for-profit educational organization that delivers the Stephen Series – a lay caring system now used in over 13,000 congregations and other organizations in the U.S, Canada and 30 other countries. It has also developed resources and events on topics such as relationship skills, leadership, conflict resolution, grief and crisis care, as well as cancer.

About Crossroads4Hope

A Network of Cancer Support
The network embraces all people touched by cancer – the diagnosed and their loved ones – to become empowered to take control of their health and care, through programs of support, resources, education, wellbeing, and hope. All programs and services are delivered at no charge to people with cancer, survivors, loved ones, care givers and bereaved.