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Tom Whitby, M.D., exhales in frustration on his flight to Bangkok. What induced him, the busiest oncologist in Denver, to fly off on this colossal waste of time-to provide medical help to the people of Phnom Penh in Cambodia? The answer, of course, is his wife, Jane Mackenzie Whitby, who spent her girlhood in Southeast Asia, and her father Dr. Mackenzie, the renowned missionary and world authority on iodine deficiency disorders. But what does Tom have to gain, playing holy-roller in some hellhole?
Number of Pages: 228
Vendor: OakTara Publishers
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)|
May I Ask You a Question? - Khmer (Cambodia) Pack of 25Evantell / Trade Paperback$5.99
Spotlights the terror of human trafficking in Southeast Asia. A recommended read for all who want a better grasp of the tragedy of sex slavery and a glimpse of the drama of fighting it. McDonalds book should be in every Bible college bookstore and church library. Len and Mary Rosenberg, Co-founders of Ministry Architecture, Inc., parents of Joel C. Rosenberg, best-selling author of The Copper Scroll, Epicenter, and other titles.
Bob Petrik5 Stars Out Of 5August 8, 2009Bob PetrikIf you are unable to go on a mission to Cambodia, this is a must read! Dr. McConald's insight into these precious ones lives and hearts is rare. My wife and I have worked in Cambodia, established a small buisness Khmer Krafts there and have established a non-profit to help indiginous ministries - Lydia Cambodia. We identified with the Author in some way on every page. God Bless you as you read this gripping story - may God stir your hearts to the great needs of this people as they begin to rebuild their society. We pray God will become and important part of this culture!