World AnniversaryBattle of the Little BighornJune 25th, 201725-26 Jun – Civil War hero George Armstrong Custer and his detachment of the 7th US Cavalry were annihilated by Sioux, Cheyenne and Arapaho in the Battle of the Little Bighorn (1876).
MDH EventsHappy SundayJune 25th, 2017Go to your local Bible-believing church and experience God. We'll be at Germantown Baptist Church in Tennessee.
Mark D. Harris, MD, MPH, MBA, MDiv, PhD(c), ThM(c) – Family, Sports, and Preventive Medicine, Colonel (Ret), US Army
Do you need prayer?We at the MD Harris Institute pray in word, in image, and in song. We pray in the power of the Spirit of Jesus Christ and in accordance with the Holy Bible. We pray informed by science, by medicine, and by history. Make your request on the Comment Page. The more specific you are, the more effective intercession will be. Be honest, lest your duplicity bring a curse upon your head. Prayer is not something to be trifled with.
MD Harris Institute Recommended Christian Reading ListMere Christianity - C.S. Lewis Screwtape Letters - C.S. Lewis Knowing God – J.I. Packer The Pilgrim’s Progress – John Bunyan The Pursuit of Holiness – Jerry Bridges Purpose Driven Life – Rick Warren My Utmost for His Highest – Oswald Chambers If you read all of these books, send comments on each one back to the MD Harris Institute. Once we receive your comments, your mailing address, and your email address, you will be entered into a drawing to receive another classic free.
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