The Doctor's Dilemma Author:Ethel Matson J. Wesley Martin, M.D., had dedicated his medical skills to the relief and service of those less fortunate than himself. That was why he couldn't become "wrapped up" in his flourishing practice among his fellow Canadians in Little Briscombe. Still, he felt that he owed it to his fiancee, Karen, to assume his place of prominence in ... more »the community.
But then he met Chuck Elliot, adventurous missionary to Brazil, and found his imagination and ambition stimulated to throw himself into medical work among Chuck's people.
It was during the flight to the mission field that Wesley met Joy -- and found himself attracted to the lovely girl, in spite of his determination not to entangle himself romantically, after his unhappy experience with Karen, who could not understand his strong desire to work among the underprivileged.
Wesley Martin was dedicated to his profession -- but he had no concept of the meaning of Christian service. The missionaries among whom he worked were an enigma to him, until he began to see, in the midst of his rough days on the mission field, that they had something that he lacked, a belief that made them great. Wesley Martin's story is one you will enjoy and one that will keep you in suspense.« less