This memoir details how God directed Scherer’s life and helped him create a successful life out of a disastrous one.
Morton, Texas (PRWEB) December 14, 2012
After having a high school biology teachers guide him towards a better life, Dr. Alfred Scherer became a doctor. His new memoir “God’s Man: The Tales of a Reluctant Doctor” (published by iUniverse) explains his journey to understand himself through a life riddled with tumultuous events.
Scherer’s experienced both physical and personal struggle while growing up. It wasn’t until he met a kind, helpful teacher that his life took a drastic turn, a turn that would see him becoming a doctor with a small family practice. This future did not happen until he heard a voice in his head; this voice pushed him to become a doctor.
“God’s Man: The Tales of a Reluctant Doctor” allows readers to see the story of Scherer life, education, love and career. They will see his adventure into saving lives, as well as, his journey into understanding himself and his relationship with God. This memoir details how God directed Scherer’s life and helped him create a successful life out of a disastrous one.
An excerpt from “God’s Man”:
“One of the problems I faced was wondering who in the wide world would want to have me. I was kneeling beside a girl who was the daughter of one of my mother’s friends. The still small voice said my mate had been chosen, and she was the person kneeling beside me. I chalked this up to wishful thinking. Now, the still small voice told me it wanted my attention. It instructed me to go to the endocrine clinic at the medical school.”
“God’s Man: The Tales of a Reluctant Doctor”
By Alfred Scherer, M.D.
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 94 pages | ISBN 9781475961812 |
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 94 pages | ISBN 9781475961805 |
E-Book | 94 pages | ISBN 9781475961829 |
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Dr. Alfred Scherer retired after 40 years as a physician. He received his M.D. from Kansas University in 1957. He had two papers published in the Kansas State Medical Journal. He and his wife have two adopted children. His family lives in Morton, Texas.
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