Travel a mountain road to a village for a medical clinic, trek along the Indus to visit a former patient, visit a Princess to do a pre-natal check, or watch as very sick patients are brought in to the hospital by local "ambulance," a roped frame bed carried on the shoulders of four men. These stories and many more are related in Doctor Memsaab, as the author draws from diaries, old letters, and memories the story of her life as a medical missionary in the foothills of the Himalayas. She was also a wife and a mother of three active youngsters. The reader gets a glimpse of how she managed these roles as she tells how she and her husband made time for family life with a simple picnic or playing games, and by including the children in the ministry when possible. Whether treating a poor villager or the wealthy elite, the desire was not only to heal physically, but also to treat spiritual needs by demonstrating the compassion and love of Christ, and whenever feasible, presenting the Gospel of salvation through Jesus.
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