For Your Health:
A Look into God's Methods for Healing
Lorna Dueck and Dr. Nell DeBoer
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Every generation must wrestle with the interpretation and practice of the miraculous. Our health fails, accidents happen, and disappointment over mind and bodies that are weak can become a crushing disappointment. Into any health decline, the Christian is challenged to do something through the ancient teaching of Holy Scripture.
Is anyone among you sick? Let them call the elders of the church to pray over him and anoint him with oil in the name of the Lord...the prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective (James 5:14–16, NIV).
Lorna Dueck and Dr. Nell DeBoer have sat at the cross-section of hope and faith in their unique roles as journalist and hospital chaplain. In their combined work of For Your Health: A Look into God’s Methods for Healing, they document what happens when people put the mystery of God, obedience to pray for healing, and broken health into spiritual practice. Through a well-selected collection of ailments and healings that are true and diverse, this book explores encounters with God that have helped people get better in body and mind.
Softcover Trim Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Page Count: 144
About the Authos:
Lorna Dueck serves as the CEO of the Crossroads Global Media Group and YES TV network. For over fifteen years, Lorna has been a commentary writer on faith and public life in Canada’s leading national newspaper, The Globe and Mail, and the executive producer of the Christian news analysis program, Context.
Nell DeBoer graduated with a Master of Religion from Wycliffe College, Toronto School of Theology, and completed her Clinical Pastoral Education at Toronto Western Hospital and Toronto General Hospital. She served as chaplain for the Toronto Hospital Ministry of the Christian Reformed Church and was the second woman to be endorsed as a certified chaplain in the Christian Reformed Church of North America. Her work as a chaplain led her to pursue a Doctor of Ministry, for which she wrote her thesis about healing called Yearning for Wholeness.