A Medical Missionary’s Journal” is the true story of a doctor’s mission to serve the poor and needy all over the world.

Dr. Helen Laib, board-certified surgeon, ordained minister, and founder of the Circle of Love Foundation, has completed her new book, “Following Jesus: A Medical Missionary’s Journal”: a gripping account of her life’s work performing medical missions.

“Remote villages in Africa and Asia, a war refugee village in Guatemala, muddy war-torn Sudan, squatter camps in South Africa, slums in India, a rugged country in Bangladesh, a community torn apart by the tsunami in Sri Lanka, sweltering in Vietnam, in a prison in Laos, pulling teeth in a prison in Uganda, under a tree in Cambodia and in a bamboo gazebo in Thailand – following Jesus is never boring” , writes Dr. Laib.

God’s compassion moved Dr. Laib to reach out to the poor and needy all over the world. She made a commitment to follow Jesus on medical missions at the age of sixteen and fulfilled that promise thirty years later with her first medical mission to Vietnam. She is the founder and president of Circle of Love Foundation, a medical mission organization based in Rockford, Illinois. Dr. Laib has organized and led more than 110 short-term medical trips to seventeen countries, serving more than 112,000 people and leading 30,000 people to commit to following Jesus as well. Dr. Laib has compiled his travel reports so others can see how faithful God has been in every situation and how he makes everything work out for the good.

Published by Page Publishing, Laib’s story of faith will give readers first-hand insight into what life is like in poor countries and how life-saving missionary services can be.

Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “Following Jesus: Diary of a Medical Missionary” in bookstores around the world, or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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Lola R. McClure