We’re pleased to announce the launch of a blog tour for IT IS WELL by Chris Faddis.

Angela Christine Faddis of Gilbert, Ariz., died on Friday, September 21, 2012, after a 17-month battle with Stage IV Colon Cancer that began with a surprise diagnosis on Easter Sunday 2011. She was 32 years old when she died. Angela’s witness of faith throughout her cancer journey was an inspiration to many. Her words to her husband upon her diagnosis were simply, “Jesus still rose, so we will trust.” She lived those words to the very end, knowing that, though she didn’t want to die, she would be going home to heaven to be in union with God and would be healed completely body and soul.

Rather than becoming housebound and losing touch with people during their suffering, Chris and Angela used social media to spread their story and teach people how to trust God amidst their earthly struggle.

Each day during the IT IS WELL blog tour- beginning Nov. 2 (All Souls Day) and running through Nov. 11- one of eight participating blogs will post unique content relating to the book.

As people follow along on this virtual book tour, they will have a chance to read excerpts and exclusive content from Chris Faddis, enter to win a copy of the book and read honest reviews from Catholic bloggers.

Thank you to all the incredible bloggers who are hosting a stop on this blog tour. Please support them by visiting their sites.

You can purchase IT IS WELL through its website http://itiswellbook.com/. During the blog tour there will free shipping on the book.

Tour Schedule

Nov. 2: Following the Truth

Nov. 3: Social Media Posting by Matthew Warner

Nov. 4: Life Teen Blog - Letter from Angela

Nov. 5: Diocese of Phoenix Blog - Compilation of the Chris and Angela Faddis Story

Nov. 6: Catholicmom.com - Book Giveaway

Nov. 7: JackieandBobby.com - Letter to a Young Man

Nov. 8: Array of Hope - Review of It Is Well

Nov. 10: CatholicFoodie.com - Podcast Interview with Chris Faddis

Nov. 11: MelaniePritchard.org - Melanie’s reflection on the It Is Well Launch Concert and Talk by Chris Faddis