This week, beautiful April Finley joins the In Her Lane podcast to talk about her BRCA1 positive gene diagnosis and breast cancer journey. Using her faith as a guide during her healing gave April the courage to speak to all races of women across the country regarding the cancer color barrier and forming a community of women looking for change. April’s foundation in faith and prayer guides her in reaching women of color going through their own fights with breast and reproductive cancers.
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“And I think life has taught me through my own Christian experience that God is truly our Father, He's our Daddy, and with my earthly father, if there's anything I need to talk to Him about and say to Him, I can go to Him and I can say those things. And it wasn't until probably during this diagnosis, I realized I can have that same relationship in conversation with my heavenly Father, too.” - April Finley
“It is so hard to hold hands and pray for someone and curse them at the same time. It is absolutely impossible.” - April Finley
“Just because we're different doesn't mean that we're not the same on some levels. Because we all want to be loved, we all want to be accepted, we all want to feel that we have a place in this world.” - April Finley