Come Walk With Me
Set in Kenya, this triumphant account of how incurable suffering united two very different people shows how a patient taught his doctor some of life's deepest lessons. The road that Dr Cheatham and Stanley Cheborge walked covers disappointment, hope, sorrow...
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Set in Kenya, this triumphant account of how incurable suffering united two very different people shows how a patient taught his doctor some of life's deepest lessons. The road that Dr Cheatham and Stanley Cheborge walked covers disappointment, hope, sorrow and faith. Come step along the path and you will see how far a friendship can lead. Includes colour photos.
"This is one of the best books I have ever read about medical missions." - Paul Brand.
"This is the type of book that can be life-changing for the reader." - Michael W Smith.
Come Walk With Me will challenge and inspire you. It will grip, inform, and enertain you. And when you are finished reading, you will be changed. This is a story of medical missions and the untiring service of Christians who have committed their lives to helping others. But it is more then that. It is a story of lives- lives that know sorrow and happiness, illness and health, death and new life. It is the story of people who share the Good News of Jesus Christ wherever they go.
This compelling account of the impact an African tribesman had on the life of a world-renowned neurosurgeon challenges everyone--health-care professionals, those interested in mission work, and all Christians--to rethink personal priorities. Offers a fascinating look into Kenyan tribal culture, from the Masai to the Kipsigis. Photographs.
Melvin L. Cheatham is a neurosurgeon and a member of the Board of Directors of Samaritan's Purse and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. Dr. Cheatham gave up a successful neurosurgical practice to devote his energies to medical relief work in developing countries and areas of war and conflict. Dr. Cheatham is a clinical professor of neurosurgery at the University of California (Los Angeles) Medical Center, speaks nationally and internationally on humanitarian relief work, and is a special assistant to Dr. Franklin Graham, president of Samaritans Purse. He is the author of three books Co