#30dayscancerprayer Prominent Christian’s Cancer Prayers

Step into the blessings of joining together in prayer with other believers.


The 30 Cancer Prayer Topics for the 2nd annual 30 Days of Cancer Prayer are:

January 26th: In Cancer Treatment – Pastor Scott Schmieding, Senior Pastor at Immanuel Lutheran St. Charles, St. Charles, MO
January 27th: Cancer Fatigue – Fr. Jack Seifert, Lead Pastor at St. Mary Magdalen Church, Brentwood, MO
January 28th: Coping with Chemo – Ian Coltman, Cancer Companions Team Leader East London, South Africa
January 29th: Cancer Clinical Trials – Katie Brown, Vice President Lungevity Cancer Nonprofit, Texas
January 30th: Breast Cancer – Meagan Spalding, Operations Administrator Cancer Companions St. Louis, MO
January 31st: Skin / Melanoma – Jamie Spikes, PhD RN Emporia University, Manhattan, KS
February 1st: Metastatic Cancer – Dr. Karen Wonders, Founder of Maple Tree Cancer Alliance, Dayton, OH
February 2nd: Cancer Caregivers – Kurt Warner, Former NFL Quarterback Hall of Fame, Arizona
February 3rd: Gynecological Cancers – Tori Gettinger, Oncology Social Worker, St. Louis, MO
February 4th: Oncology Nurses / Staff – Sandi Brown, General Manager and Daytime DJ JoyFM, St. Louis, MO
February 5th: Pancreatic Cancer – Doris Abdullah, Hospital Chaplain, New York, NY
February 6th: Financial / Job Concerns – Kevin Wilson, President of the Ohio Distrist, LCMS, Ohio
February 7th: Grandparents with Cancer – Cecilia Tripp, Communications Coordinator at Cancer Companions, Los Angeles, CA
February 8th: Children with Cancer – Kirk Cameron, Film and Television Actor and Producer, California
February 9th: In Memorial – Dr. Scott Eanes, Senior Pastor Fairview Baptist, North Carolina
February 10th: Young Parents with Cancer – Francesca Battistelli, Christian Music Artist, New York
February 11th: Prostate Cancer – Jerry Dorhauer, Christian Blogger, St. Louis, MO
February 12th: Scan Anxiety – Tanner Olson, Poet, Texas
February 13th: Blood Cancers – Karen Tripp, President and Founder of Cancer Companions, St. Louis, MO
February 14th: Side Effects – Rev. Dr. John Dorhauer, General Minister and President United Church of Christ, Cleveland, OH
February 15th: Cancer Stress – Christopher Edmonston, Pastor at White Memorial Presbyterian, Raleigh, NC
February 16th: Cancer Survivors – Msgr. John B. Shamleffer, Pastor from St. Gabriel, St. Louis, MO
February 17th: Digestive Track Cancers -Pastor Gregory McMillan from The Bridge at Hamilton Square and Rev. Mark Bertermann from Bethlehem Lutheran Church
February 18th: Cancer Researchers – Clayton Jones, Musician, St. Louis, MO
February 19th: Lung Cancer – Rev. Dr. Andrew Kasberg, Senior Pastor at Dardenne Presbyterian, Dardenne Prairie, MO
February 20th: Radiation – Dr. Walt Larimore, MD, Nationally Recognized Author and Family Physician Educator, Colorado
February 21st: Difficult Decisions – Sarah Kivett, Hospice/Oncology Nurse, Statesville, NC
February 22nd: Brain Cancer – Heath Luehmann, Board Member of Cancer Companions, St. Louis, MO
February 23rd: Oncologists and Staff – Kristen Nelson, Members Service Specialist at Cancer Companions, St. Louis, MO
February 24th: Finding a Cure – LaMorris Crawford, NFL Chaplain, Speaker, and Motivator, Cincinnati, OH


To download the 30 Days of Cancer Prayer bookmark with all 30 topics click here.

About Karen Tripp

Beyond being a Christian Counselor and the President of Cancer Companions, Karen loves to read (she's a great reader) and loves to sing (she's a bad singer) in her home near St Louis, MO. Cancer has personally touched Karen's personal life through her dad - a 23 year colon cancer survivor. Impacting lives for Christ through her speaking, writing and counseling fills Karen with a passion which infuses every task she approaches. (except matching socks. Karen hates matching socks.)
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One Response to #30dayscancerprayer Prominent Christian’s Cancer Prayers

  1. Ramesh Babu.P says:

    My brother is a brain tumour patient 4th stage please pray for him thank you

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