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The Reluctant Healer

by Anne Cassel

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Emily Gardiner neal was a skeptic in the early 1950'sand a professional journalist. Strongly affected by witnessing a healing service, she felt compelled to investigate the phenomenon. She began to talk with those who were healed, their pastors, their families, and their physician. In the process, she began honestly to face her own apprehension, subsequently writing A Reporter Finds God Through Spiritual Healing. Her journey of faith and her particiaption in the healing ministry of the church for the next thirty years are recorded in her additional six books - all out of print. An anthology of those books has been skillfully written by Anne Cassel to share the essence of her timeless stories and her extensive research. The book, formerly titled Celebration of Healing, is scripturally sound. The Episcopal Healing Ministry Foundation had sponsored the reprint of this work entitled, The Reluctant Healer.
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