Keeping a Healthy Appetite for Living - Anyway!(03/08/03)
By Robert H. Schuller
He was 17 years old
when he won the Westinghouse Award in science. He was born and
raised in a family where he can tell you, his father was a prominent
educator in a segregated school in Alabama. And so they had to
take him to Tuskegee where there was the only hospital where black
women could deliver babies. He is now one of the world's most
talented brain surgeons known for working with the most difficult
brain tumors. Dr. Keith Black, along with only a handful of other,
averages more than 250 such operations a year. That's an average
of 5 every week. And his patients come not only from the United
States, but from around the world.
"In Heavenly Love Abiding"
"We've A Story To Tell To The Nations"
"All Creatures of Our God and King" by Dick & Mel
"Veloce" Flute Solo by Gregory Jefferson
"Great and Glorious" by Cathedral Choir