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Scott Henderson was invited to talk about his journey with his wife Jenna through her fight with cancer & speak about the publishing of the book Worth the Suffering on TV!


These segments are from Healthy Living (aired on Septemember 4th), the 700 Club, 700 Club Interactive​, which aired on National TV August 1st and August 2nd.

Healthy Living  - September 4, 2019
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Worth the Suffering | Jenna Henderson's Legacy
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When Miraculous Healing Doesn’t Happen, God is Still Faithful
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Magazine Article - Carrying On Young Life Relatonships magazine

Carrying On

young life relationships magazine

Brave and selfless to the end, she embodied Paul’s declaration in Philippians 1:21 – “For to me, to live is Christ and to die is gain” (NIV). This is the story of how, while Jenna now enjoys “the gain,” her husband, Scott, perseveres in living.

She never quit telling people about Jesus

Young Life Leader Blog

There were no more treatment options left on the table for Jenna’s cancer. There were no more options left to fight it, yet we still clung to an unshakeable hope. It set the perfect stage for God to do His thing—to heal the unhealable. Oh, how incredibly powerful it was going to be to witness and share this great miracle. We would share this story over and over and over again, so people could see how amazing Jesus truly is!

Scott & Jenna Henderson
Local 12 News

Husband publishes book of late wife

Cincinnati Local 12 News

Jenna Henderson made every single day of her life count. Beating cancer not once, but twice as a teenager will give a person that kind of perspective.

Greenville grad shares wife's journey

Greenville Early Bird

While struggling with cancer before her death on Oct. 2, 2016, Jenna Henderson penned a journal, and now, her husband, Scott, has published a book memorializing his wife and her journey with cancer.

Scott & Jenna Henderson
Scott & Jenna Henderson

One last adventure together

Batesville Herald Tribune

"We would ask her questions when she was in and out of consciousness. 'How are you feeling?' 'I'm not scared, I'm super excited to be with Jesus ... I can't wait to be able to run with Jesus and eat whatever I want.' There was definitely a joy and peace about this for her. She was ready."

In sickness and in health

In October of 2016, I sat next to my wife and held her hand as she took her last breath in this world. It was her fourth battle against this unrelenting disease—twice in high school and twice in her late twenties. Her fight with ovarian cancer was finally over, but my fight and my new shattered reality were just beginning.

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