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by David Stevens

An audio book narrated by David Stevens, MD. Jesus - the ultimate doctor. His touch extended grace to the sick and sinful of ancient Palestine and left a miracle in its wake. And his ministry hasn't ceased. Today, he looks for willing hearts and hands through which he can heal a needy world. Dr. Stevens knows. His eleven years at Tenwek Hospital in Kenya have shown him more than the drama and sacrifice of missionary medicine. In this audio book, Dr.... Details
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by David Stevens, MD

The first in a series of "instant meetings." This informative DVD will help answer questions such as: What is the difference between a doctor and a Christian doctor? Is it just belief in Christ as their Savior or is it more? Dr. David Stevens examines the "Marks of a Christian Doctor" in CMDA's resource, Just Add Water. He looks at the characteristics Christian doctors demonstrate that sets them apart from their non-Christian colleagues. This... Details
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by Al Weir, III., MD

Second in a series of "instant meetings." Al Weir explores two subjects on this DVD, the first titled, Is There a Place for God in Medicine? As a medical oncologist, Dr. Weir faces tough decisions with his patients on a daily basis. Session 1 explores a topic that lies at the center of the task to care for those who suffer. Even if you are not a person of faith, when your patients are seriously ill, most of them will cry out to God for help.... Details
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by David Stevens

On this DVD, Dr. David Stevens addresses the potential and problems of embryonic and adult stem cell research. With medically reliable, biblically sound advice, "The Truth About Stem Cells" is a great tool for educating your church, civic organization and the community. Now available with 5- and 52-minute increments.

DVD. AV1041
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by various authors

Have you ever had the opportunity to share your faith with someone but hesitated because you felt ill equipped to cross the threshold of his or her faith? Was it because they were Muslim or Mormon or didn't believe in God at all and you were afraid you might drive them further away from Christianity? CMDA's newest evangelism resource will equip you to build bridges to reach those of other faiths with the Gospel of Christ. Dr. David Stevens... Details
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by John Patrick, MD Session 1 - "Four Levels of Happiness" explores how everyone wants to be happy, but what is happiness? Has modern society lost all understanding of the true meaning of happiness? Dr. John Patrick, adapting original thoughts from Gonzaga University's Robert Spitzer, presents his analogies on happiness at each level leading to level four, the ultimate level that does not end.

Session 2 - "Hippocrates and Medicine in the Third Millennium" For most... Details
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by John Patrick, MD

Fourth in a series of "instant meetings." "Teaching in modern secular state funded universities should be from a morally neutral position." This controversial statement from a faculty board provoked Dr. Patrick to leave his career as professor. He now travels the world speaking to Christian and secular groups on moral issues in medicine, culture, and the integration of faith and science. In this session, he shares from biblical stories, poems and essays why ... Details
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by John Patrick, MD

Fifth in a series of "instant meetings." Session 1 Why Ethics Courses Do Not Make Us Ethical. In this post-modern trend in medicine, what we once called "medical ethics" is now "bioethics." Could this change explain why ethics courses are so unsuccessful in medical universities today? The moral relativist and multi-culturalist ideas have forced ethics into a packaged deal that Dr. Patrick calls the "Georgetown Mantra: autonomy, justice, beneficence,... Details
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by John Patrick, MD

Sixth in a series of "instant meetings." Knowledge, skills and attitudes are the guidelines for the evaluations of medical students by universities, but shouldn't character be measured as well? Jesus described what is needed in building character when he taught on the mount. Dr. Patrick takes us through the beatitudes with an in-depth picture of how we might become salt and light to a dying world. Destroying evil and preserving good requires a right... Details
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by Robert Orr, MD

"Decision-Making in Clinical Ethics" highlights the fact that modern healthcare involves many medical and ethical decisions for professionals, patients, and their families. Does being a Christian make a difference? Dr. Orr describes a four-quadrant method of reasoning, first introduced by Jonsen, Siegler, and Winslade in "Clinical Ethics," with application of biblical principles and doctrines included in the decision-making process. Sharing personal... Details
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by Richard A Swenson, MD

Are you uneasy about the relationship between science and faith? Because you are a person of science, must you abandon your faith? Explore with Dr. Richard Swenson ways science can actually strengthen your faith by looking first at the universe within us in terms of the science of biology and human medicine, and then explore the science around us including the new physics. Presentation = 42 minutes.

DVD. AV1054
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by Robert Orr, MD


Dr. Orr is a family physician and clinical ethicist whose professional life consists mostly of consulting with other physicians, chaplains, social workers, and patients about end-of-life care. His knowledge and understanding of the sanctity of life makes him aware of the importance of following a "code of ethics." Also includes "Decision-Making in Clinical Ethics."

DVD. AV1056
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by Walt Larimore, MD

On this DVD, Dr. Larimore speaks on a subject he is very much acquainted with, The Faith Factor in Physical and Emotional Disease. How should clinicians respond to patients? Should clinicians incorporate positive spirituality into their practices? What does the evidence say? Find the answers to these questions and more! DVD. AV1057
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by Robert Martin, MD

This series utilizes Norman Geisler's twelve-point "Classical Apologetic" approach fashioned after Paul's apologetic in Acts 17. Ministry involves both evangelism and apologetics. Apologetics (pre-evangelism) removes obstacles to faith using both special and general revelation. It reasonably explains why objections to Christianity are groundless; and seeks intellectual agreement on vital issues that must be acknowledged before the Gospel can be... Details
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by Dr. Richard Swenson

Do you need a new vision of God? Not the vague image we fold up and stuff in the back drawer of life, but the real God: the One who parts the Red Sea and shakes Mt. Sinai. Richard Swenson, physician and futurist, offers us the kind of God who stuns physicists with symmetry, mathematicians with precision, engineers with design, politicians with power, and poets with beauty. More than Meets the Eye is a four-part series (approximately 30 minutes for ... Details
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A set of our first ten Just Add Water offerings in one package




* Just Add Water 1.1 - Stevens - "Marks of a Christian Doctor"

* Just Add Water 1.2 - Weir - "Is There a Place for God in Modern Medicine?" and "Communicating Bad News"

* Just Add Water 2.1 - Patrick - "The Four Levels of Happiness" and "Hippocrates and Medicine in the Third Millennium"

* Just Add Water 2.2 - Patrick - "The Myth of Moral Neutrality"... Details
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Session 1 - "The Benefits and Challenges of Mentoring" by Inis Bardella, MD

Doctor Bardella begins this presentation by asking the question, "Why be a mentor?" She continues her talk by addressing the qualities and tasks of a mentor. Who and how are important questions, and she gives input from her personal experience. Her passion for mentoring comes across as she speaks about the benefits and challenges of mentoring DVD. 13 minutes 09... Details
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by Al Weir, MD

Dr. Weir gives helpful information on how to create a local ministry among Christian doctors. He covers five main aspects of building a community-based ministry: the foundation, the vision, the champion, communication, and programs, as well as the need for adequate funding. Dr. Weir explains that the leader's task is to develop a community of Christian doctors. Then God can transform that group of doctors into the individuals He created them to... Details
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by John Patrick

This collection contains the following talks:

1. The Myth of Moral Neutrality

2. The Truth That Hippocrates Knew

3. Why Are There No Hittites on the Streets of New York?

4. Limited Resources in Medicine

5. Our Emotions Are Not Reliable

6. Go Up and Build a House

7. Sermon on the Mount (2 discs)

You've been waiting for this! Now you can listen in your... Details
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by John Patrick, MD

This collection contains the following talks:


1. End of Life Decisions

2. Virtue and Medicine

3. Irreducible Complexity

4. Ways of Knowing

5. Key Ideas to Insist Upon

6. How Believers in God Gave Us a Tacitly Atheistic World

7. How to Reintroduce Christian Ideas into the Legitimate Practice of Medicine

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This first-person account of the results of Holland's euthanasia laws will touch you. Dutch treat or trap? Is legalized euthanasia the ultimate form of personal freedom, or a slippery slope to healthcare disaster? You decide. Holland has been the world's largest euthanasia experiment, having tolerated the practice for nearly thirty years. This compelling video features real stories of real people who have been tragically touched by euthanasia in the Netherlands. Hear personal... Details
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Session 1 - "Achieving Balance in Life" by Autumn Dawn Galbreath, MD, MBA
God calls us to an equitable and harmonious distribution of ourselves in multiple areas of our lives. We need to be focused on Him and His scales, rather than the world and its scales.

Session 2 - "Am I Living With Joy in My Life?" by Al Weir, MD
God wants us to live with joy in our lives; however, today, doctors face pressures from many sources that can rob them of the joy of Christian ... Details
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You loved it in print, now you can watch it on DVD, use it to host a meeting, or use it as a discussion starter in a small group. This 10-disc set covers ten different topics from the book: one session per disc. Single sessions vary in length from about 16 to 27 minutes and are narrated variously by Dr. David Stevens, Dr. Gene Rudd, or Dr. Al Weir. The ten discs come conveniently stored in 10 secure ring-bound pages in a one-inch thick album. Sessions covered are: Marriage & Family,... Details
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Session 1: "Overview of Human Trafficking" by Jeffrey Barrows DO, MA (Bioethics)
Session 1 presents a basic level of knowledge about human trafficking, both domestic and international. True stories illustrate how a person can be caught up into the trafficking web. The Trafficking Victims Protection Act is discussed along with barriers that prevent the finding of victims.17 minutes.


Session 2: "Human Trafficking and the Healthcare Professional" by Jeffrey... Details
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by John Patrick, MD and David Stevens, MD, MA (Ethics). Two favorite speakers on one DVD!

Session 1 Overview of Moral Relativism (Patrick)
Moral relativism is at the heart of most of our currently contentious issues relating to sexual freedom: the sanctity of life and the ordering of virtue. This DVD takes the viewer through the arguments in non-technical language. Young people are very vulnerable because they can neither recognize nor deconstruct moral... Details