Dana Perino remembers former White House Press Secretary Tony Snow who passed away 10 years ago this month reflects on today's White House media environment, and passes along helpful worklife balance suggestions. Jul 12, 2008 Tony Snow Cancers Unexpected Blessings Former White House Press Secretary Tony Snow authored an essay about the 'unexpected blessings' of cancer.
Claim: Former White House Press Secretary Tony Snow authored an essay about the unexpected blessings of cancer. Oct 07, 2008 A friend recently shared this moving essay by Tony Snow. You may or may not know the former White House Press Secretary was a devout Christian. This was his response when asked what spiritual lessons he had learned from his fight with cancer. It was published in Christianity Today in July of 2007. In July of this year, he passed Cancer essays There are so many diseases found in the world.
Some of them can be cured and some others had been killing people for years. For example, cancer is the name for a group of diseases in which the body's cells are changed in appearance and function. This disease is the second leadi Oct 26, 2007 Booker Clark has called our attention to an inspiring essay by former White House Press Secretary Tony Snow '77 and posted July 20, 2007, on Christianity Today's web site.
Click here to read" Cancer's Unexpected Blessings: When you enter the Valley of the Shadow of Death, things change, " and click here to read Cal Tony Snow July 20, 2007 Commentator and broadcaster Tony Snow announced that he had colon cancer in 2005. Following surgery and chemotherapy, Snow joined the Bush administration in April 2006 as press secretary.
I received an email from my mother yesterday that included a copy of the essay written by former White House Press Secretary Tony Snow before he died (on July 12, 2008). The title of the essay was Cancers Unexpected Blesings.
As you may know, Tony Snow, former White House Press Secretary, recently died after a prolonged battle with cancer. For those who had listened to him in whatever context he was a voice of decency and moderation.
Christianity Today recently published an essay by Tony Snow, Cancer's Unexpected Blessings. This is an outstanding essay from Tony Snow, President Bush's Press Secretary, and his fight with cancer.
Commentator and broadcaster Tony Snow announced that he had colon cancer in 2005. Following surgery and chemotherapy, Snow joined the Bush Administration in April 2006 as press secretary. Now, former White House press secretary Tony Snow has died at the young age of 53 following chemotherapy treatment for colon cancer.
For reasons we will never know, Tony Snow chose the chemotherapy route in an attempt to treat his colon cancer, subjecting his body to systemic poisons that all the evidence shows produce absolutely no