Your loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, what do you do?
In this book by a tumor surgeon, you'll discover that...
- When caring for those with cancer, your love must come from beyond yourself!
- Your love must come from Jesus!
- Learning how to give Christ Jesus' love to others is the purpose of life. Never, never, never ever give up!
- Giving Christ's love to others as if it were your last measure of devotion will be a glorious display of His love; it will influence others towards His holiness and saving grace!
Fantastic! As I read through the pages of this book I thought how many times people that I know who have friends or family with cancer could have benefited from reading it. Thank you Dr. Pitcher, this book is a much needed guide for those Making the Assist.
Pastor Kevin Gerald
Covenant Celebration Church
None of us ever look forward to hearing the dreaded word "cancer" when it comes to our physical condition or to someone we love. Dr. David Pitcher has written a very helpful book to assist in such a time as this. It is written with the compassion of one who loves the Lord and who loves people. I heartedly recommend it.
Pastor Wayne A. Barber
|Contributor(s)||J. David Pitcher, M.D.|
|About the Contributor(s)|| J. David Pitcher, M.D.
J. David Pitcher, Jr., MD, grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma, attending Edison High School and graduating in 1974. He attended Oklahoma State University and then Oral Roberts University. Then he graduated from Oral Roberts University School of Medicine in the first class in 1982. He received his orthopaedic training at Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii, and his orthopaedic oncologic surgery at the Combined Harvard Orthopaedic Program at Massachusetts General Hospital and The Children's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. He served in the U. S. Army for nearly seventeen years. He previously held positions at the University of New Mexico Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and the New Mexico Veterans Administration Health Care System. He currently is an orthopaedic oncology surgeon at the University of Miami. He attends Calvary Chapel in Fort Lauderdale with his wife, Pam.
|Publish Date||Apr 27, 2006|