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Author Index - Janet Goodall

Janet Goodall is an Emeritus Consultant Paediatrician in Stoke on Trent and a member of the Triple Helix editorial committee

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Lessons from a hospital bed (triple helix - winter 2016)

John Piper IVP, 2016, £4.99, 75pp, ISBN 9781783594238 Reviewed by Janet Goodall, retired Paediatrician based in Stoke This is a small book, easy to hold in a weak hand and easy to read with a tired mind. The chapters are short and full of distilled wisdom. It is a little gem for anyone...

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With My Whole Heart (triple helix - Winter 2012)

Reflections on the heart of the Psalms James Jones SPCK Publishing 2012 £8.99 Pb 176pp ISBN 978 0 21068 050 Bishop James Jones turned to the Book of Common Prayer when, within one week after making a heartfelt speech in the House of Lords, he underwent an angiogram...

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The house of hope (triple helix - Christmas 2011)

In 1998 expatriates Robin Hill and his doctor wife Joyce heard God's call to give up their comfortable Beijing life to care for abandoned Chinese infants, released to them from the official Children's Welfare Institutions (CWIs). Deemed hopeless, some had life-threatening but operable conditions. Sympathisers worldwide helped the Hills to...

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A thorn in the flesh: finding strength and hope amid suffering. (triple helix - Christmas 2008)

Some people claim to have lost faith in God because he did not answer their fervent prayers for healing. Pablo Martinez, Christian psychiatrist and Bible teacher, reveals how prolonged suffering can instead enhance a relationship with God as the sufferer learns to stop futile (though not purposeful) fighting and discovers...

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Slave children - We need another Wilberforce to free the child slaves of today (triple helix - spring/summer 2007)

A slave is a person who is owned by another and is forced to work in degrading conditions. Despite the supposed abolition of slavery in the United Kingdom, we still house many trafficked individuals, who are the slaves of today. Less well known than trafficking of adults, the United Nations...

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A Valley Experience (triple helix - winter 2007)

However I reached this place, there is no possible evil, without or within, that our Good Shepherd is powerless to keep at bay or to slay. He is a match for them all. I can either react to the difficulties in ways that only add to the pain, or I...

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A Reason for Hope - Gaining strength in your fight against cancer (Book Review) (triple helix - autumn 2006)

The author is a medical doctor and Christian pastor at an American cancer treatment centre. He is therefore familiar with people's reactions both at diagnosis and during the trials of often long drawn out therapy. For all this, his message is upbeat. God is pro-life and has designed the body...

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Reflecting Christ in the Workplace (triple helix - summer 2006)

Key Points Healthcare professionals are not exempt from stress, burnout and post-traumatic stress disorder. Jesus too suffered fatigue and at times felt overwhelmed, but he received grace and strength to persevere. He knows how we feel when we are tempted to give in, give up or get out. Paul's letter...

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Do Not Look Down on These Little Ones (triple helix - summer 2006)

Yesterday I attended a fund-raising coffee morning for a church overseas. One of the well-heeled ladies present had with her two young grandsons, who, despite all the lovely edibles, readily agreed that they found grown-up parties boring. They clearly longed to opt out. This morning, at a church breakfast convened...

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I'm Still Standing - Parenting a child with a life threatening illness (Book Review) (triple helix - spring 2006)

This book offers unusual insights into what it means to have a child whose life-threatening illness has abated but has not necessarily gone for good. In this it is an unexpected addition to the many other books available that deal with terminal illness in childhood, or the long term care...

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