Walk All Over Cancer 2020
March 2020

Stella's Walk All Over Cancer Fundraising Page

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Stella Iruthayarasu

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I'm walking 10,000 steps every day this March for Cancer Research UK.

I don’t want anyone I love to have this disease. I have lost many people I knew (my friends and family members) in this disease. My husband and I are pastors. We are pastors for 8 years now. We have been asked in many occasion to pray for people whom we know and people who are friends of our friends. There were times when we are welcome in such a hopeless situation to pray for victims of cancer in a very critical situations. During these times, we have to walk in the victims shoes, feeling the pain and great lost. My husband and I who believes in divine healing have to keep our faith very high to continue to pray even in the last moment of patients lives ( in many cases). It is very difficult and sometimes it can be even very emotional to walk the journey of a cancer patients. So I’m walking 10,000 steps per/day for 31 days in March 2020. Pls do support my 310,000 steps in total to battle cancer.
Stella Iruthayarasu Ashley Sangster

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I don't want anyone I love to have this disease. So I'm walking 10,000 steps a day in March 2020. Pls do support my 310,000 STEPS to battle Cancer.

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