Pharaoh's Midwives A Retelling of the Nurse Midwives in Exodus

Exodus calls them Puah and Shipporah. Both are proud Egyptians who are also the reluctant midwives to the Apiru, the disgusting underclass of Egypt. Yet, when a given a command to commit genocide, Puah and Shipporah side with the Apiru . Pharaoh's Midwives is a story of their personal transformation from passive Egyptian aristocrats to heroic leaders of a new people. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781890523039
About Mark Darby

A nurse for over 30 years, Mark has always been fascinated with how people change and grow. This explains why he primarily worked in mental health and addiction recovery. He is the author of two previous books including Reflections on the Hands of Nurse. He has authored articles on leadership and humor for several national publications. He will become a Family Nurse Practitioner in 2016. He is working to start a primary care clinic focusing on weight loss, exercise, smoking cessation and how these healthy lifestyles can be improved with a Health Spirituality. Learn more about what works and does not work in healthcare in his current blog www.savvyhealthcare.com.

He has been married over 30 years to the same woman, Lori. He has two children who are actively engaging in the world. He leaves in Omaha Ne.

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