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Help with Medical Diagnosis - Set of Five

Set includes Informed: Life is Worth Living, Whatever Happened to the Human Race, Reflections on Psalm 23 for People with Cancer, Reflections on the Lord's Prayer for People with Cancer, and Reflections on the Beatitudes for People with Cancer.

  • Item 97441D
  • Region: All
  • Media Type: DVD
  • Running Time: 10 hr
Retail: $119.95
Price: $59.99
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Informed: Life is Worth Living — This documentary examines euthanasia and doctor-assisted suicide and highlights the testimonies of those who have been most intimately impacted. In order to make informed decisions about critical medical issues, citizens need the unvarnished truth about these vitally important topics. This program features an impressive array of experts who share crucial information about current trends in the healthcare system and offer advice about making important end-of-life decisions. Topics include living wills, brain death, organ donation, hospice care, and more. Produced by the Human Life Alliance. Includes optional English Subtitles.

Whatever Happened to the Human Race — This crucial series is narrated by the late Dr. Francis Schaeffer and former Surgeon General Dr. C. Everett Koop. Today, choices are being made that undermine human rights at their most basic level. Practices once considered unthinkable are now acceptable - abortion, infanticide and euthanasia. The destruction of human life, young and old, is being sanctioned on an ever-increasing scale by the medical profession, by the courts, by parents and by silent Christians. The five episodes in this series examine the sanctity of life as a social, moral and spiritual issue which the Christian must not ignore. The conclusion presents the Christian alternative as the only real solution to man's problems. Fullscreen.

Reflections on Psalm 23 for People with Cancer — Ken Curtis explores coping with advanced cancer from personal experience based on the inspiration of the 23rd Psalm. Over 3,000 years ago, Israel's King David--the same one who slew the giant Goliath--wrote what has become the most popular song in the entire history of the world. It is known as the 23rd Psalm. Its words have brought more comfort and courage to more people at more times at more places than any other words ever written. When you combine its comfort and courage, then hope is generated. And hope is one of the most essential and valuable resources to help anyone suffering from cancer or from any major illness or setback in life. Ken Curtis was diagnosed with advanced cancer with little prospect for survival. He pursued a combination of traditional and alternative medicine, undergirded by a strong spiritual dimension and prayer support team. Psalm 23 was a vital part of his spiritual component, and for this video Curtis went to Israel, home of David and the Psalm, to be with the shepherds, travel "through the valley of the shadow of death," and explore and enjoy the healing powers of the green pastures and still waters. The resulting meditations provide a combination of candid personal experience of what it means to battle cancer and some of the spiritual resources available through this time-honored Psalm.

Reflections on the Lord's Prayer for People with Cancer — Join Ken on this journey into the world of The Lord's Prayer from original locations important in the life of Jesus. The Lord's Prayer is not just a way of praying. It's a way of "seeing." When the prayer is grasped and uttered from the heart, it can -- and will --change us. We realize how we are not alone, no matter how difficult or seemingly hopeless our situation. Even in our pain, there can come a joy and a feeling of rightness about our world.

Reflections on the Beatitudes for People with Cancer — Join Ken as he visits fascinating sites in Israel, among them the location traditionally said to be where Jesus gave the Beatitudes. They are a brief collection of sayings about blessedness or happiness, which was the opening to His Sermon on the Mount. Ken explores the richness and depth of the Beatitudes and challenges us to find blessedness out of our brokenness, a most difficult task for those who are confronted with cancer or any life trauma. We see how the Beatitudes provide a whole new dimension in dealing with our crisis. Along the way he shares his own journey in dealing with advanced cancer, including the process of sorting through various treatment options which often went far beyond the traditional methods recommended by doctors.

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