Healing Prayer on Holy Ground Available Now Through Creation House
(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) Oct. 29, 2010—Colorado-based cardiologist Dr. Mark Sheehan shares the firsthand accounts of hope and healing in the lives of his patients in a new book, Healing Prayer on Holy Ground, available through Creation House.
A practicing cardiologist for nearly 30 years, Sheehan recalls his personal transformation from a physician with all the answers to a man saved by grace, humbly dependent on the One who is in charge of life and death. Healing Prayer on Holy Ground, co-written with Dr. Sheehan’s son Chris Sheehan, provides example after example of God’s powerful presence inside the rooms of dying patients.
It recounts the near-death experience of Kasey, who heard the voices of prayer warriors who were praying both audibly and silently while she was in a coma. It also tells the shocking story of a patient who was denied entrance into heaven at his death but made a complete turnaround after being miraculously revived.
“The purpose of the book is to give people hope and encouragement through times of pain and suffering and remind them they are not alone,” says Sheehan. “I want everyone to know there’s a loving God who longs to hear from them. Pain and suffering often bring people to God, and the power of prayer comes from developing our relationship with God.”
Healing Prayer on Holy Ground is co-published through Creation House, a division of Strang Communications. The book is currently available online at www.hpohg.com as well as via digital retail outlets including Amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and christianbook.com. For additional information, visit www.hpohg.com.
Dr. Mark W. Sheehan, M.D. is a board certified cardiologist and has been practicing cardiology since 1981. He is a member of South Denver Cardiology Associates and an associate professor of medicine at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. He attended Baylor College of Medicine, completing his residency and chief residency at the Baylor affiliate program prior to spending two years at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in the United States Air Force. He moved to Denver to complete his cardiology fellowship training at the University of Colorado Health Science Center.
Dr. Sheehan has served as chief of cardiology at the Porter Memorial Hospital and the Swedish Medical Center. He has also served as president of the Denver-Metro American Heart Association. Mark is a co-founder of the Christian Medical Ministry to Cambodia/Jeremiah’s Hope and serves as its chairman of the board ( www.cmmcjh.com). Mark continues to lead numerous medical teams to Cambodia to teach the Cambodian medical community and care for the poor under the banner of Jesus Christ.