Total Care

June 2011
Guideposts;Jun2011, Vol. 66 Issue 4, p82
In this article the author discusses his inspiration for becoming a doctor and minister. He narrates several incidences in his life, including noticing that Bible mentions several incidences of Jesus Christ healing other people, meeting a patient Sidney Tillery as a seminary student, and taking up medical classes to start a church-based clinic. He explains that his health center Church Health Center provides health care to poor in Memphis, Tennessee.


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