Come Walk with Me

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Thomas Nelson Inc, 1993 - Medical - 217 pages
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The true story of one doctor's fascinating journey, a patient's courageous struggle, and the faith they both shared.

Sometimes without warning, a person walks into your world and changes everything - your career, your future, your life. For Dr. Melvin Cheatham, that person was Stanley Cheborge. AndCome Walk With Me is the story of their rare and moving friendship.
This triumphant account of how incurable suffering united two very different people shows how a patient taught his doctor some of life's most deep and powerful lessons.
The road that Dr. Cheatham and Stanley walked covers dissapointment, hope, sorrow, and faith. Come, step along the path and you will see how far a friendship can lead.

 

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ONE
1
TWO
12
THREE
31
FOUR
50
FIVE
72
SIX
96
SEVEN
127
EIGHT
145
NINE
162
TEN
188
EPILOGUE
219
AFTERWORD
225
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
227
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Melvin L. Cheatham is a neurosurgeon and a member of the Board of Directors of Samaritan's Purse and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. Dr. Cheatham gave up a successful neurosurgical practice to devote his energies to medical relief work in developing countries and areas of war and conflict. Dr. Cheatham is a clinical professor of neurosurgery at the University of California (Los Angeles) Medical Center, speaks nationally and internationally on humanitarian relief work, and is a special assistant to Dr. Franklin Graham, president of Samaritans Purse. He is the author of three books Come Walk With Me, Living A Life That Counts, and Make A Difference. Each book focuses on our need to bring humanitarian assistance to vulnerable populations of the world.

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