Greensboro-based worship pastor, Cassandra Elliott, is covering the October issue of EEW and sharing her ongoing battle.
“EEW Magazine is honored to tell the beautiful story of this inspiring woman of God, whose smile, courage and faith-filled outlook is so uplifting,” said Dianna Hobbs, President & CEO of EEW. “Her strength and confidence in God during this tough journey will move anyone who reads the feature.”
Hobbs and her team have been inspiring EEW readers to, at some point during the month of October, get off the Internet and out into the world to make a difference in the lives of those who have been touched by breast cancer.
“We don’t want to get to the place where we spend so much time online interacting with others, that we forget to live in the real world and touch people’s lives the old-fashioned way—face-to-
“Promoting Breast Cancer awareness, encouraging early detection—which saved both my mother and sister-in-law’
Back in late 2011, Hobbs had a breast cancer scare of her own. After her mother’s Oncologist warned her and her sisters that statistics guaranteed that at least one of them will be diagnosed, the busy wife, mom and CEO discovered a hard, painless lump in her left breast. When a mammogram revealed two masses—one that was definitely benign and the other, questionable—
Statistics show that 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. Elliott’s story in EEW Magazine is a part of an ongoing effort to bring awareness to this disease. To read the full feature, visit www.EmpoweringEverydayWomen.com.
About the Publication
Empowering Everyday Women Online Magazine is rated #1 in its niche market, reaching an active database of more than1/4 million+ subscribers, comprising African American Christian women from 25-55 as its core supporter base.