Posts tagged Rev Malkmus
Recently, I asked Health Tip readers if I should retire upon my 80th birthday coming up on February 12, 2014. I was looking for some input from our readers and the response was overwhelming – that I should NOT retire. Almost 300 have responded thus far. A few of their letters appear below and after those letters I share what I feel God would have me to do regarding retirement. More >
And it’s coming to Columbia, SC!
Hallelujah Acres’ Founder Rev. George Malkmus is bringing his world-famous “God’s Way to Ultimate Health” seminar to Columbia, SC on Saturday, August 3, 2013!
The action 10:00 a.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn Ballroom, 8910 Farrow Road, Columbia, South Carolina.
Have you ever wondered how the body heals itself from injury, sickness, and disease? Externally we can see the body literally heal itself from a cut or laceration on the exterior as we see the bleed to cleanse the wound, the scab form to protect the wound, while underneath the scab the integrity of the skin is restored.
But what happens on the inside of the body when the body experiences injury, sickness, or disease? When a person goes to a doctor in an effort to restore health, what does the doctor do? The doctor gives the person some medicine that is supposed to make the person better.
But is that drug capable of healing anyone of anything?
Rhonda and I do not do what we do for the praise of men; still, it is nice to know that there are some who appreciate our efforts. Below are a few of the many letters received wishing me a happy 79th birthday.
Our most recent Health Tip, dated October 9, 2012, was mailed out to nearly 100,000 email addresses around the world. That’s an amazing increase in the number of subscribers in less than two decades.
It was 75 years ago that I had my first surgery at the age of 3 for tonsil removal. In fact, my earliest memory is as a 3-year-old being wheeled down the hospital corridor on a gurney, scared to death. That thought was in my mind this past Monday, July 9 at 7:30 a.m., as they wheeled me down the hospital corridor on a gurney.