Compassion Bags

Compassion Bags bring quiet peace to a noisy reality.  In a world rocked by cancer treatment therapy, the Scripture attached to each useful item reminds a cancer Overcomer that she is first an overcomer in Christ. You can sponsor a Compassion Bag or individual items for a woman fighting cancer right now.

What's Inside?

Be Strong Tote

Anyone who is battling cancer has at one time stuffed their clothes into an oversized plastic bag.

Soft Custom Blanket

To cover you with His love. Besides, if you’re not freezing, the person next to you probably is.

Jesus Calling Devotional

God’s word reminds you, a cancer overcomer, that you’re first an overcomer in Christ.

Custom Notebook

Whenever you face a life-changing diagnosis, there’s a lot of medical terminology. All this information can overwhelm you, but this notebook will help you overcome. Use this to phonetically write down all those big, Latin-sounding words that confirm this won’t go away with antibiotics, and make you wish you’d paid more attention in science class. Remember, it’s not what we survive in this life, but what we overcome!

Custom Journal

This prayer journal is to record your thoughts between you and God. Words are art. A deliberate stringing of words becomes one of the highest forms of human expression when it gives a voice to the heart. On the pages of this journal, document your musings, dreams, and the miracles you see and receive.

Custom Pen

You can never find a pen when you need one.

Organic Tea

Because hospital coffee at 6pm is often thick as glue.

Custom Mug

For when coffee glue can’t be found.

Scripture Candy Soft Mints

During treatment, your mouth is always dry or suddenly becomes dry when you see someone approaching with your chart in hand.

Chick-fil-A Meal Card

Just to get away from a hospital to a land flowing with sweet tea and nugget sauce.
Hello Beautiful!

Are you currently undergoing cancer treatment therapy?

Provide HOPE and emotional support in the fight against cancer!

Is a woman you love in the midst of cancer treatment?