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One Day in the Poetic Faith Of Dr. Ford Matipa
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The practice of modern day integrated medicine is both complex and simple. Its' complexity lies in the broader concept of health as a state of physical, social, economical, political and mental well-being and not merely the absence of disease. And its' simplicity is rooted in interpretation on the basis of human senses of sight ('inspection'), touch ('palpation' & 'manipulation'), hearing ('auscultation'), smell and taste; all aspects of poetry. Ford Matipa came to the U.S.A., in 1994, to care for his ailing mother and immediately joined Elmhurst Baptist Church, in Queens, New York. He has served the church and the American Baptist Churches of Metropolitan New York Board of Directors in various capacities. He currently serves the Region as Vice-Treasurer and Queens County Representative. Ford is a Christian medical doctor, poet, professor, artist, athlete and entrepreneur. He did his medical training at the University Teaching Hospital & Nchanga Mine Hospitals in Zambia. He is a professor at The New York School for Medical & Dental Assistants, NY. He is an acknowledged reviewer of such textbooks as (1) 'Medical Terminology with Human Anatomy,' (Fifth edition) by Jane Rice, and (2) 'Saunders Textbook of Medical Assisting,' by Diane M. Klieger. He is a Distinguished Member of the International Society of Poets. The National Library of Poetry Anthology has published his writings in (1) Surrounded by Dreams, 1998 (America, America), and (2) Thoughts by Candlelight, 1998 (Mother of the Church). His poetry has been nominated for various awards. In 'One Day in the Poetic Life of Dr. Ford Matipa,' he addresses a wide range of events in the lives of ordinary people around Elmhurst Baptist Church. He highlights the relationship that exists between God, Church, Congregation and the grass root Community's resilience. This is his first poetry collection. He continues to teach and write, and currently resides in Richmond Hill, New York.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 04.04.2020
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Katrina and the Need for Revival in the America...
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What is it going to take to revive the American church and usher in a spiritual awakening in the country? The author was trapped in a downtown hospital in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina. From that experience, Jerry Bass believes that God allowed this disaster in order to wake up the church from its spiritual lethargy. This book was written with an overwhelming conviction that revival in the American church is needed. Endorsements 'Reading Jerry's book brought about different emotions in me. My first emotion was painful memories of a very difficult time in my life living in a city that was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. My second emotion was one of hope as Jerry called for revival in our city, state, and nation. Ladies and gentlemen WE NEED REVIVAL in America, and it MUST start in our churches!' Fred Luter, Jr., pastor, Franklin Avenue Baptist Church, New Orleans, Louisiana, president, Southern Baptist Convention Ive never seen the need for revival in the Church like I see it now. I pray for revival every day. I did not pray for revival before I read this book nor understand the difference between a revival and evangelization. I have also realized that 2 Chronicles 7:14 is directed to Gods people (that includes me!) and not to unbelievers. I believe that many American Christians will be touched by Gods Spirit as they read this book and glean from it that revival must start first with them. Bob Leaman, LSU Health/Director of Continuing Dental Education

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 04.04.2020
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One Day in the Poetic Faith Of Dr. Ford Matipa
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The practice of modern day integrated medicine is both complex and simple. Its' complexity lies in the broader concept of health as a state of physical, social, economical, political and mental well-being and not merely the absence of disease. And its' simplicity is rooted in interpretation on the basis of human senses of sight ('inspection'), touch ('palpation' & 'manipulation'), hearing ('auscultation'), smell and taste; all aspects of poetry. Ford Matipa came to the U.S.A., in 1994, to care for his ailing mother and immediately joined Elmhurst Baptist Church, in Queens, New York. He has served the church and the American Baptist Churches of Metropolitan New York Board of Directors in various capacities. He currently serves the Region as Vice-Treasurer and Queens County Representative. Ford is a Christian medical doctor, poet, professor, artist, athlete and entrepreneur. He did his medical training at the University Teaching Hospital & Nchanga Mine Hospitals in Zambia. He is a professor at The New York School for Medical & Dental Assistants, NY. He is an acknowledged reviewer of such textbooks as (1) 'Medical Terminology with Human Anatomy,' (Fifth edition) by Jane Rice, and (2) 'Saunders Textbook of Medical Assisting,' by Diane M. Klieger. He is a Distinguished Member of the International Society of Poets. The National Library of Poetry Anthology has published his writings in (1) Surrounded by Dreams, 1998 (America, America), and (2) Thoughts by Candlelight, 1998 (Mother of the Church). His poetry has been nominated for various awards. In 'One Day in the Poetic Life of Dr. Ford Matipa,' he addresses a wide range of events in the lives of ordinary people around Elmhurst Baptist Church. He highlights the relationship that exists between God, Church, Congregation and the grass root Community's resilience. This is his first poetry collection. He continues to teach and write, and currently resides in Richmond Hill, New York.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 04.04.2020
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Katrina and the Need for Revival in the America...
3,99 € *
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What is it going to take to revive the American church and usher in a spiritual awakening in the country? The author was trapped in a downtown hospital in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina. From that experience, Jerry Bass believes that God allowed this disaster in order to wake up the church from its spiritual lethargy. This book was written with an overwhelming conviction that revival in the American church is needed. Endorsements 'Reading Jerry's book brought about different emotions in me. My first emotion was painful memories of a very difficult time in my life living in a city that was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. My second emotion was one of hope as Jerry called for revival in our city, state, and nation. Ladies and gentlemen WE NEED REVIVAL in America, and it MUST start in our churches!' Fred Luter, Jr., pastor, Franklin Avenue Baptist Church, New Orleans, Louisiana, president, Southern Baptist Convention Ive never seen the need for revival in the Church like I see it now. I pray for revival every day. I did not pray for revival before I read this book nor understand the difference between a revival and evangelization. I have also realized that 2 Chronicles 7:14 is directed to Gods people (that includes me!) and not to unbelievers. I believe that many American Christians will be touched by Gods Spirit as they read this book and glean from it that revival must start first with them. Bob Leaman, LSU Health/Director of Continuing Dental Education

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 04.04.2020
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