Where is God Not?: An American Surgeon in India

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Providence House Publishers, 1999 - Lay missionaries - 160 pages
Clifton Kirkpatrick, stated clerk of the general assembly, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), said the following about Where Is God Not?: "In many ways this book is an important reminder to all of us that 'We are not alone!' It is certainly a reminder that we are not alone when we engage in Christian mission. Where Is God Not? is a ringing tribute to God's work through Presbyterian world mission, through our missionaries, and through our Christian partners in India. This is the true story of how, against all odds, God's grace and mercy enable faithful Christians to do things that would never be possible without the strength of a power beyond ourselves".

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About the author (1999)

Medical missionary to India for over 30 years, Eggleston recounts the struggles of the emerging nation and his work with the Christian Medical College at Ludhiana. A surgeon, Dr. Eggleston organized the general surgery department and directed it 1982-86

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