Journey of a Medicine Man: Doctor Confirmed Miracles

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Emerge Publishing, Nov 30, 2017 - Religion - 168 pages

This Powerful Book Documents Astonishing Miracles and Demonstrates to the World that God is Still Healing, Loving, and Redeeming All of His Creation.
For as long as he could remember, Dr. Richard Bartlett wanted to be a missionary. Even in medical school, his original plan was to take his surgical skills overseas. Dr. Bartlett was called by God from West Texas and was led across the globe, all the way to Kurdistan in Northern Iraq. This book is a record of those events. It is an eyewitness report of how God gave purpose to Richard's life and how his obedience affected the multitudes of hurting people he encountered along the way.
Let this book speak to you. Use it as a practical guide that can help you share the good news that God's Kingdom has arrived, wherever the Lord will take you. For when we step out in obedience by faith, that's when God honors and opens the doors for the miraculous.

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About the author (2017)

Richard Bartlett, MD is the recipient of the Meritorious Service Award from the Texas Health and Human Services Commission. The governor of Texas appointed him to the newly created Texas Health Disparities Task Force in February 2002. It was a two-year assignment to advise the Governor, Lt. Governor, and Speaker of the House on how to improve access to quality healthcare for all Texans. He was reappointed year after year for seven years. In support of the U.S. war heroes, he was the first physician to travel on the Inaugural Honor Flights of the Permian Basin and South Plains of Texas. Dr. Bartlett has served as Medical Director of multiple public and private ambulance services, clinics, hospitals, nursing homes, and emergency rooms. He has served four terms as President of a county Medical Society. He has been the CBS News Medical Expert of West Texas for 20 years. Dr. Bartlett served four terms as County Medical Society President and as Vice President of the local Head Start program. He continues to practice medicine and lives in West Texas with his wife and seven children.

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