About Twelve Eleven
Twelve Eleven is a Nonprofit Charitable Foundation 501(c)(3) established in 1991 to engage in activities of sharing the Christian message through books, classes, video, dramatizations, group meetings, conferences and personal ministry.
The Rev. Cathie P. Young, Christian pastor, teacher and author serves as President of Twelve Eleven. She, with her husband Philip and other team members, share the testimony of the value of all human life and for the love God has for all he has made. Where does the name Twelve Eleven come from? From Romans 12:11 - "Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord."
All human life holds inexpressible God-given value from its beginning to its natural end. We uphold and support the value of each life in these ways:
We bring dignity to the lives of those who suffer, most especially from cancer, providing practical, emotional and spiritual support.
We provide teaching at classes, seminars and conferences on Christian matters which illuminate a deeper understanding of God's value for all human beings and His love for all He has made.
We engage in activities which promote an awareness of the value of life from the womb and to life’s natural ending.
Giving witness to the value of all human life
Cancer with Compassion
Comforting others with the comfort we have received from God. 2 Corinthians 1:4
Cancer support is a strong focus for Twelve Eleven. With chapters in both California and Oregon, we provide support groups, prayer and one-on-one support for cancer patients in treatment, survivors and the loved ones of someone with cancer. Our support groups provide a safe place to share and a soft place to land for cancer patients in a compassionate, prayerful Christian environment. Prior to COVID, support groups met in person but in the height of the pandemic, we began to meet virtually via Zoom -- anyone, anywhere could join us. We continue the Zoom support group meetings and now once again offer in-person meetings in Southern California and Central Oregon. Contact us for more information on our Cancer with Compassion support groups. Visit the Cancer with Compassion website and fill out the contact form.
GOLD IN THE ROAD
Through the Cancer Storm with Jesus Christ
BY CATHIE YOUNG
This poignant book chronicles the journey through the cancer storm of Twelve Eleven President Cathie Young. Sharing with authenticity and keen spiritual insight, Cathie brings valuable information about cancer and the way it affects both body and soul. The star of this book is Jesus Christ whose presence shines like gold in the hard road of cancer diagnosis and treatment.
Gold in the Road is a beautifully written, imperative read for anyone who yearns to face life's toughest problems without being swallowed up by them." Suzanne Meindl
Five stars on Amazon.com. Get your free copy - fill out the Contact Form below and ask for "Free Book."
Classes, Seminars and Conferences
"Instruct the wise and they will be wiser still; teach the righteous and they will add to their learning." Proverbs 9:9
Rev. Cathie Young attended Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, California for her Master of Divinity degree and is an ordained Anglican minister. She served as a church pastor for many years and though retired from congregational ministry, is still available as a speaker and teacher. Rev. Cathie is a winsome and inspirational speaker on a wide range of Christian topics. As well, her dramatizations of Biblical characters and events are moving and instructive. She and her husband Philip were married in 1984 and have served the Lord together for many years. Together they lead Twelve Eleven and are speakers at classes, conferences and church events.
The Sanctity of Life
from Conception to Natural Death
"All the days ordained for me were
written in your book before one of them
came to be." Psalm 139:16
Twelve Eleven teaches that all life is created by God and is precious to him. We celebrate, honor, and protect life from conception to natural death and every stage in between. In our present culture there are sadly many ways to disrespect, disregard, cause harm to or even end the lives of the most vulnerable among us -- the young, the sick, the elderly, the unwanted, the unborn. It is the duty and privilege of Twelve Eleven to educate others and engage in activities which protect human life and to affect a change in our culture to value life at all stages. Rev. Cathie Young, Twelve Eleven President, speaks to these important issues at conferences around the nation. At Anglicans for Life SUMMIT 2019 she spoke to the value of the lives of those suffering with chronic, even terminal illness such as cancer.
"The Joy of Sanctified Suffering" January 17, 2019
To Support Twelve Eleven
Twelve Eleven Ministries is a Christian non-profit foundation 501(c)(3) and your contributions are tax deductible. Donations go to support the work of Twelve Eleven including our ministry to cancer sufferers and on behalf of the sanctity of life. Twelve Eleven has earned the Gold Star Seal of Transparency by Guidestar, an organization which provides information that enables users to make better decisions regarding charitable giving.
To give, use the Contact Form located below. We thank you for your generosity and support of Twelve Eleven Ministries.