A Time to Heal: How One Surgeon's Relentless Obedience to God Brought Healing to Hundreds of Thousands - and to Himself
: A Time to Heal is Scott's life story. It starts with Scott's skiing accident and serious head injury, backs up to his life as a successful orthopedic surgeon and business turn-around guru, follows his decision to found and run...
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A Time to Heal is Scott's life story. It starts with Scott's skiing accident and serious head injury, backs up to his life as a successful orthopedic surgeon and business turn-around guru, follows his decision to found and run CURE International, and ends in present time.
This book covers historical and spiritual events:
Scott's surgical initiation in the Vietnam War Scott's raw ambition and drive for success as a surgeon His conversion story at the age of 40 His short-term mission trips to do surgical work in Africa God's call to Scott and his wife, Sally, to work with the 140 million crippled kids in the world who need healing Launching a non-profit hospital organization in third-world countries after the age of 60 The challenge of running hospitals in less than ideal political and economic circumstances Issues connected with Scott's closed head injury and their affect on key relationships Multiple points throughout his life when Scott felt God leading him Scott's story is a story of DOING.
A life of action. This action has come at a cost. There have been successes and failures but in it all, God was there.
Professor Scott Harrison has experience in teaching singing and music in primary, secondary and tertiary environments. He has over 20 years of experience including performance, opera and music theatre as both singer and musical director. He is recognised as a leader in the research on masculinities and music with publications including Masculinities and Music (2008), Male Voices: Stories of Boys Learning through Making Music (2009) and International Perspectives on Males and Singing (2012). Scott is co-editor of the International Journal of Music Education, and recipient of an Australian Award