Item description for Vision for God: The Story of Dr. Margaret Brand by Margaret Brand & James L. Jost...
Overview Through this unique biography/autobiography--which the world-renowed medical pioneer wrote with her surgeon son-in-law--readers learn the intriguing history of a doctor who has forever changed the treatment of leprosy.
Readers will be encouraged and inspired by the remarkable impact of this medical pioneer in the field of leprosy and by her vision for God. Her work in medicine and rehabilitation has literally touched the lives of millions, and her quiet, humble leanings upon her Lord and Savior has touched perhaps even more lives. Through this unique biography/autobiography, we have, for the first time, a look at the personal life and world-renown work of this great medical pioneer.
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Studio: Discovery House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6.06" Height: 0.93" Weight: 1.08 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2006
Publisher Discovery House Publishers
ISBN 1572931388 ISBN13 9781572931381
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More About Margaret Brand & James L. Jost
Dr. Margaret E. Brand and her late husband, Dr. Paul Brand (known to readers for his books with Philip Yancey), served on the staff of the Christian Medical College and Hospital in Vellore, South India, for eighteen years, and on the staff of Gillis W. Long National Hansen's Disease Center in Carville, Louisiana, for twenty-two years, where Dr. Margaret was Chief of Ophthalmology. She is the mother of six children, grandmother of twelve, and great-grandmother of two. Now 87, Dr. Margaret still maintains a busy schedule, speaking and traveling around the world. She makes her home in Seattle, Washington.
Dr. James L. Jost graduated from the medical school at Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. he has practiced in the fields of general, thoracic, vascular, and trauma surgery in St. Cloud, Minnesota, for the past twenty-six years. Jim and his wife Mary (Brand) have four children.
Reviews - What do customers think about Vision For God?
Reality is Better than Fiction! Oct 6, 2008
Especially when you are reading about the lives of Paul & Margaret Brand. I have had the pleasure of knowing Margaret for many years since they've settled in Seattle. And, as noted in the foreword, she is the most humble person I've ever met, and I had to read her book to get a glimpse of the extraordinary life that she led. Personal feelings aside, I thought that the book was very pleasantly designed, integrating direct quotes and memories from Margaret into the main storyline and historical context provided by the author. I found myself flying through this book, passing a hundred pages at a time. This is a great book, showing how a life, guided by God, can make such a significant impact on so many people. This is a great read and well worth-while purchase.
Vision For God Aug 8, 2008
An inspiring book on the life of Margaret Brand. Her personal memories, written in bold type in the book give real insights into the depth of character of this lady and the biographical information fills in the story of a life lived with vision and love for both people and for God. Her life as a wife, mother and as a surgeon in India is quite remarkable A great read.
The remarkable story of a medical pioneer Nov 15, 2006
Philip Yancey's foreword to this fascinating memoir sums it up best: "It would be difficult to invent a life more full of adventure than Margaret Brand's." This colorful and delightful memoir tells the story of Dr. Margaret Brand, a medical pioneer in the treatment of leprosy ophthalmology. From her childhood in South Africa to her World War II medical training in London to her world-renown work with victims of Hansen's disease (leprosy) in both India and Carville, Louisiana, Dr. Brand's biography is a "can't put it down" story that demonstrates that truth can be even more amazing than fiction. "Dr. Margaret" is a skilled storyteller, and her surgeon son-in-law, James Jost, has done us all a great service by coauthoring her story and bringing it to print. Dr. Margaret's service to God, her family, and those around her suffering from a once mysterious and debilitating disease will inspire readers.