The Gift of Choice: The Lives and Times of Leon Z. Roda and Alfonso P. Roda, Father and Son

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TEACH Services, Inc., 2003 - 363 pages
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Come to the group of islands poetically dubbed as the "Pearl of the Orient Seas," where in the early 1900s, American missionaries found fertile hearts for the Gospel seed to grow.This two-in-one book chronicles the beginning and the growth of the Adventist work in the Phillippines, focusing on the lives of Leon Z. Roda and Alfonso P. Roda, father-and-son. Read their poignant and romantic lives and find the re-enactment of the great controversy between Christ and Satan.Written in novel style, it portrays the father-and-son passion for the literary arts--music, poetry, the Scriptures, and the inspired writings of Ellen G. White. May the reader find not only comfort but entertainment and inspiration as well from its pages.
 

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Contents

And A New Home
48
Prologue
167
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307
Relevant Quotes
321
The PUCAIIAS Story
329
Graduate School
338
Statement of Concern
349
A Devotional
360
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Consuelo Roda Jackson, Ph.D., as a career woman, taught in college and university settings and was director of the Medical Technology programs in both institutions as an R.R.A. She also had been chief of the Medical Records Department in several hospitals, simultaneously acting as Medical Record Consultant to several hospitals and nursing homes. For about ten years prior to retirement, Consuelo Jackson was a Quality Assurance Coordinator. She is a wife, a mother of one son, and a grandmother of an eight year old all-boy. A lover of nature, she is a conservationist and an environmentalist at heart. A perpetual learner, she hopes to sit at the Master Teacher's feet in the years of eternity and learn all of the wonders of nature.

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