I'm Sick Now What: A Balanced Approach to Medicine and God's Healing - eBook
I'm Sick Now What: A Balanced Approach to Medicine and God's Healing - eBook  -     By: Andrew Butterworth
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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Whitaker House
Publication Date: 2015
ISBN: 9781629115832
ISBN-13: 9781629115832

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"A great blessing to those in need of healing." —Randy Clark
 
Why am I sick? Is healing possible? Is it possible for me?
 
If you or a loved one are struggling with sickness and pain, you may find yourself asking these difficult questions. Doctor-turned-pastor Andrew Butterworth has answers.
 
In I’m Sick, Now What? Dr. Butterworth draws on his real-life experience to explain why sickness exists, the difference between physical sickness and spiritual sickness, and what steps you can take to alleviate both. This book doesn’t guarantee instant healing, but it does promise to be a practical and biblical guide to sickness, pain, and eternal health. 
 

Author Bio

Dr. Andrew Butterworth is a pastor at Junction Church, Johannesburg, South Africa. Trained as a doctor at the University of St. Andrews and then the University of Manchester with an additional degree in Public Health, Dr. Butterworth worked in various hospitals around the United Kingdom’s Greater Manchester area before transitioning to public health and church ministry in South Africa, where he now lives with his wife, Michelle. 
 

Editorial Reviews

Dr. Andrew Butterworth has written a very helpful, practical, balanced book on healing. I believe I’m Sick Now What? will be a great blessing to those in need of healing and to those who are praying and caring for loved ones with sickness. It is filled with great insight from a pastor who has been a medical doctor. I recommend I’m Sick Now What? to you as one of the important books on healing you should have in your library.
—Dr. Randy Clark. Founder of Global Awakening

Finally, a balanced, well-rounded book on healing. I’m Sick, Now What? covers the major questions that Christians ask about healing and health. This book is theologically sound, intellectually stimulating, and user-friendly. If you have questions about healing as a Christian, read this book!
—Steve Murrell, Cofounder, Every Nation

Andrew trained as a medical doctor and now works on the pastoral staff of a local church. His unique position is the soil from which this book has grown, with its unique and fully-orbed view of healing. He covers the medical, emotional, spiritual, and theological aspects of healing with thoughtful care. Personally, I have been waiting for a hybrid book on physical healing that calls for personal responsibility in one’s physical and emotional health, while still having a theology and expectancy for Jesus to heal. This is that book! May it take root and bear fruit for the good of many and for the glory of God. I commend it to you.
—Alan Frow, Lead pastor, Southlands Church, California

Finally, a book that combines faith for holistic healing through supernatural means as well as healing through medical means. It’s not only theologically sound, but pastorally-minded. It helps to answer our questions when God doesn’t heal. I can’t wait to get this into the hands of our church members.
—Bryan Mowrey, Lead pastor, Jubilee Church, St. Louis, Missouri

Dr. Butterworth’s book is clear, concise, and heartening. He deals with a very sensitive topic in a way that is both encouraging and informative. Take it from someone who has experienced both illness (myeloproliferative disorder) and healing (bone marrow transplant), if there’s one book you should read on illness and healing, it’s this one.
—Darryn Botha, Lead pastor, Cape Town Baptist Church

I’m Sick, Now What? is a balanced examination of healing by a physician-pastor, Dr. Andrew Butterworth, whose name tag should read, "soul doctor." Unlike authors who address the question of healing from a purely physical perspective, dismissing the supernatural, or from a purely metaphysical perspective, dismissing the role of modern medicine, Dr. Butterworth’s advice is to seek and employ the best of both, since all truth is from God, and only the truth can set you free. The author is uniquely trained and positioned to address questions related to illness, from a medically infused biblical perspective. Anyone who is sick and wants to know how to approach their illness can benefit from this book.
—David B. Biebel, DMin, Author, editor, publisher, Healthy Life Press

Based firmly on biblical truth and years of medical knowledge as a doctor, a hugely practical book. It gives clear guidelines on how to connect deeply with our loving Father God, remove the blockages that may be standing in the way of healing, and pray for healing. It is full of testimonies of supernatural healing as well as healing through the medical profession. Andrew helpfully reminds us, however, that God is primarily interested in our coming to wholeness and fullness of life in Him. He speaks of the holistic health of spirit, soul, and body, which we can find in Him despite and even through physical ailments. I have no doubt that the prophecy spoken over Andrew years ago will be fulfilled and that many will find health and wholeness through this book.
—Steve Goss, International Director, Freedom In Christ Ministries

A pastoral, practical, sensible, and inspiring guide to healing that moves the heart, instructs the mind, and lifts faith by repeatedly pointing the reader to Jesus. For a topic that sometimes is beset by the extremes of either unreal triumphalism or faithless fatalism, Dr. Butterworth instead teaches a biblical and expectant realism—that the Divine Healer from Galilee is still walking through our towns and cities and is healing through the church and through the medical professions, daily. The writing style is accessible, engaging, and educational, the stories moving, and the teaching biblically as well as medically informed. I do not know of another book like it and warmly commend it to all who want to understand healing, as well as grow in practicing this vitally important aspect of the church’s mission.
—Dr. Adam Dodds, Senior pastor, Elim Church, Dunedin, New Zealand

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