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I chose the anchor symbol because of a scripture I read a few hours before my first surgery.  Hebrews 6:19&20a says, “This hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and steadfast, and one which enters within the veil, where Jesus has entered as a forerunner…” Wearing anchor jewelry is a comforting reminder of the Truth.  HOPE IS NOT a feeling I work to keep alive in my soul.  HOPE IS the person of JESUS CHRIST, alive in my life, to daily empower me to meet the challenges I face…good or bad…temporary or permanent. 

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To date, I have been privileged to gift jewelry to 100+ gals, in 11 states, ranging in age from 5 to 68 years old.  If you know a child/teen/woman who is fighting cancer & you think they would be encouraged by an anchor necklace, please contact me HERE. There is no charge.  Earrings are available by request.*

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Jewelry made by Malamie Bartlett/ Beads of Hope/ Sterling, KS
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Living Hope jewelry outreach was birthed from my own personal cancer journey in 2017.  While coming to grips with my diagnosis, there was a sense of isolation in my soul.  It was me, alone in my body, and no one else could be there with me.  I quickly came to the realization that while walking through the cancer process, I needed HOPE… a hope outside of myself & a hope beyond my personal limitations, doubts, & fears.  Secondly, I wanted to know that I wasn’t alone.  It was encouraging to be in contact with other gals who had previously walked this road or were presently walking it with me.  I found a unique soul connect in the “sisterhood” of cancer.


“Thank you so very much for the necklace & card.  That is a great idea.  It put a big smile on my face.  You take care.  God is with you & all of us.” 


“It is so rewarding to have people like you reaching out to strangers.  I feel like this 'hope' necklace will serve me well.  You could not have made me happier.  Thanks for your sharing of love & hope.  'Sisters' of the family of Christ.  Good luck with your health."


“Thank you for the encouraging note & necklace you sent to my Mom!  How very kind of you!  I’m grateful for your thoughtfulness & care for strangers…I am sure many of them may not even be well enough to send you thank you notes.  What a sweet ministry you have…May God bless you."


“Oh, my girls love these! My surgeon’s nurse distributes necklaces to gals facing surgery."


Hutchinson Cancer Center

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