""This book provides short inspirational stories that remind us that faith and love can endure a variety of life's trials. It offers real stories of courage, faith, and prayer which help to heal the soul."" --Melissa Mueller, Income Development Coordinator, East Region, American Cancer Society, Midwest Division, Inc. ""Without hope, patients and families cannot begin to navigate the perilous journey of cancer treatment. Northey's easy-read book provides a faith-based source of inspiration which will undoubtedly be helpful to many."" --Sandy Lardinois, Patient Services Manager, The Wisconsin Chapter of The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society ""As Northey points out in her own story, if faith does not heal you physically, it may heal you spiritually, mentally, or emotionally. Each touching and inspiring story contains a well-chosen Bible passage and a powerful little prayer that makes the message in Pilgrim Prayers quite clear: if you let it, faith will heal you where you need it the most "" --Murphy Vesture, founder, Taking The Fear Out of Cancer, www.takingthefearoutofcancer.com ""When the diagnosis is cancer, you need more than just medical care. You need the support of friends, family, and others--and the healing power of that support can be nothing short of amazing. In Northey's stories, we see people tapping this power and learning new lessons about life and love."" --Maureen M. Squire, executive director, Gilda's Club Southeastern Wisconsin ""The first time I met Northey, I was taken by her incredible combination of intense intelligence, spirited humor, and expressive humanity. Read what she has given us. It will change you. And know that whatever you get from this, it is only the beginning of what she has to share."" -Tom Plantenberg, Executive Director and CEO, Friends of Froedtert Hospital Foundation Sue Northey is Senior Vice President and Managing Group Director for the Brand Planning Department of Cramer-Krasselt, Wisconsin's largest marketing communications firm. She received her MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Northey completed treatment for Hodgkin's Lymphoma in 1999 and has been in complete remission since. She resides in Franklin, Wisconsin with her husband and three children.