A Thousand Times Yes: Two Doctors Who Answered God's Call
A Thousand Times Yes is how she would answer any questions about their lifelong commitment to serve Christ. As medical doctors, these Baylor College of Medicine graduates experienced high expectations from the emerging culture in the United States, post World War II. However, with the whisper of God's voice so clear, the two knew they had but one choice. This is the compelling account of what a difference God's love can make through obedient hearts. A Thousand Times Yes invites you to join them on their spiritual journey as they hear and answer His call and serve Him in a hospital in Africa while raising five sons.
About the Authors
Kim P. Davis is an author, ghostwriter, and editor who has written or edited books such as Voices of the Faithful, My Life His Mission, Both Feet In, A Thousand Times Yes, and others. As a graduate of the University of Georgia, she has used her journalism degree to write literally throughout the world, since she and her husband served 13 years as missionaries with the International Mission Board. They now reside in Richmond, Virginia. Kim loves being a wife, mother, and now grandmother!
Wana Ann Fort
A pioneer Southern Baptist missionary to Zimbabwe, Dr. Wana Ann G. Fort, together with her doctor husband, Giles, launched a spiritual awakening through medical missions at the Sanyati Baptist Hospital where they were the first doctors in 1953. Through nearly 36 years of service with national believers and missionary colleagues, countless people came to Christ. One of three female graduates of Baylor College of Medicine in 1949 and recipient of their Distinguished Alumni Award in 1990, Wana Ann is a contributor to books such as Dream Builders and A History of Medical Missions. She raised five sons in Africa with her late husband and through them their legacy lives on.