The Life and Times of a Country Doctor
J+j. e. a. enterprises, Jul 1, 1993 - 280 pages
Now in 3rd printing. Racing an ambulance 75 mph, raising a ruckus with Medicaid & Medicare bureaucracy, fighting boxing bouts in high school, fighting against a bout of tuberculosis, losing his beloved wife & living again through his spiritual life; these are just a few quick glimpses of a moving book. Dr. Albrecht has translated a life of action into a book filled with life. "Farm boy. Physician. Drop-out. Christian. Dissenter. Potter. Activist. Teacher. Author. Taken together, those terms could be used to sum up James Albrecht, MD's life in ten words or less. But such a crisp summation would not do justice to the remarkable lifetime journey of this uncommon Wisconsin physician a past recipient of the SMS Physician Citizen of the Year Award, nor would it provide the opportunity for readers to discover why many of the people whose lives Albrecht has touched favor an even more concise description of this man: 'friend.'"--Wis. Med. Journal. The author shares the perspective of an activist-doctor who has gone toe-to-toe with the great social issues of today & won a few rounds. Read how he & his Sunday school class brought about the return of our National Day of Prayer. For information on orders contact: Dr. Jim Albrecht, J+j.e.a. enterprises, 2487 Pleasant Valley Rd., Jackson, WI 53037; 414-677-2140; FAX 414-677-4274.
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Prologue Into Life Eternal
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