Christian Radio DJ Sandi Brown Joins Nationwide Cancer Prayer Event

It is an honor to have the addition of Sandi Brown, JoyFM General Manager and Morning DJ, to the list of 30 Prominent Christians leading prayer videos this year for 30 Days of Cancer Prayer. As a vital leader in the Christian community, Sandi has supported many through their cancer walk. It’s a blessing to have her lifting up the important topic of Oncology Nurses and Staff for those participating in the event coast to coast. Ms. Brown’s video for Oncology Nurses and Staff will be released on Tuesday, February 4th.

Participants to 30 Days of Cancer Prayer receive daily cancer prayer videos from prominent Christians by phone, email or Facebook. The virtual aspect of the event enables individuals both nationally and internationally to join together in cancer prayer. Register by texting the word “cancer” to 57838.

Karen Tripp, President of Cancer Companions- the sponsoring organization for the event- “Through her selfless sharing and scripturally grounded guidance, Sandi Brown reaches deeply into the lives of all she engages on and off the air. We could not be more pleased to have a woman of her influence but more importantly sensitivity to join our select group of prominent Christians.”

About 30 Days of Cancer Prayer: For 2020, 30 Days of Cancer Prayer will run from January 26th- February 24th gathering people nationwide to pray for cancer topics including everything from finances, to chemotherapy to breast cancer. The daily video prayers can be received by phone, email or Facebook. To register go to www.30dayscancerprayer.com Event is sponsored by Cancer Companions. www.cancer-companions.org.

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