Angels in the ER: Inspiring True Stories from an Emergency Room Doctor

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Harvest House Publishers, Aug 1, 2008 - Religion - 240 pages
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Twenty-five years in the ER could become a résumé for despair, but for bestselling author Dr. Robert D. Lesslie it's a foundation for inspiring stories of everyday "angels"—friends, nurses, doctors, patients, even strangers who offer love, help, and support in the midst of trouble.

"The ER is a difficult and challenging place to be. Yet the same pressures and stresses that make this place so challenging also provide an opportunity to experience some of life's greatest wonders and mysteries." Dr. Lesslie illuminates messages of hope while sharing fast-paced, captivating stories about

  • discovering lessons from the ER frontline
  • watching everyday miracles unfold
  • holding onto faith during tragedy and triumph
  • embracing the healing balm of hope

For anyone who enjoys true stories of the wonders of the human spirit, this immensely popular book is a reminder that hope can turn emergencies into opportunities and trials into demonstrations of God's grace.


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it makes you relive memories

User Review  - bunny -

I liked the short stories. If you ever worked in the ER you will love to relive some of the experiences. Some are funny and some are sad. Great book. Read full review

Disappointed, it was depressing

User Review  - KRK RN -

I have been a nurse for a long time and really could use some encouragement. I thought this book would offer that. I thought it would give examples of people triumphing through tragedy. I didnt even ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Bestselling author Dr. Robert Lesslie is a physician with more than 30 years of experience in fast-paced, intense ER environments. He is now the co-owner and medical director of two urgent-care facilities. He has written many books (including  Angels in the ER—over 200,000 copies sold) as well as newspaper and magazine columns and human-interest stories. He and his wife, Barbara, live in South Carolina.

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