"A Clean Heart"

Jennifer finds cleansing through cleaning after a cancer diagnosis. A Clean Heart | CompassionThatCompels.org
I don’t remember how I came across Compassion That Compels; it may have been Facebook or Instagram. I I had finished chemotherapy and was approaching a bilateral mastectomy. I received a message that there was a Compassion Bag for ME! I picked up my bag from the Altar’d State store in Asheville, NC, and on that same… Read More

"Why I Love My Scars"

My Scars, My Roadmap | CompassionThatCompels.org
by Danielle Stepp Society loves perfection.  A flawless diamond, a porcelain complexion, or a chocolate so smooth it feels like satin in your mouth.  The closer something is to perfect, the higher its quality.  Or is it? Growing up, I remember my mom always putting vitamin E capsules on my scrapes and burns.  She would… Read More

"Incredible God, Incredible Peace"

by Becky Stockman My husband and I were living on top of the world. After being married for 9 ½ years, we welcomed our daughter into our lives. Life was everything it should be. Seven weeks into our parenthood journey, everything changed. I started exhibiting symptoms that I attributed to postpartum hormones and severe lack… Read More

"Hope for Hodgkin’s Lymphoma"

You are precious and I love you. Isaiah 43:4 | CompassionThatCompels.org
by Emily Amador I was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma stage 2A in March of 2010 when I was 18 years old. I completed three rounds of chemotherapy and went into remission. Soon after, I started college, and four years later, I graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication and Sociology and celebrated four years of being in… Read More