Neil Nedley, M.D., is president of Weimar Center of Health and Education near Sacramento, California. His books include Depression: The Way Out; Proof Positive: How to Reliably Combat Disease and Achieve Optimal Health Through Nutrition and Lifestyle; and his latest book, The Lost Art of Thinking. His Web site is drnedley.com.
Joyce Neergaard is a registered nurse working with Adventist Development and Relief Agency, Middle East Region as Assistant for Project Development, She also serves as Shepherdess Coordinator of the Middle East Union. She enjoys leading Bible studies with teenagers, presenting health promotion seminars to the community, and singing.
This article appeared in the Shepherdess Newsletter of the Middle East, Third Quarter 1994, Used with permission.
Gloria Neidigh is a pastor's wife living in Tillamook, Oregon. She lives in a beautiful country setting by the bay. Gloria enjoys all kinds of weather and she enjoys writing as she listens to the rain pelt her window panes.
Shirlee lives in Hong Kong. She is currently homeschooling her three children and also works as a nurse in Obstetrics, Labor & Delibel), and Nursery. Her hobbies include studying Cantonese. She is the leader in the junior division at her church. Mainly she just loves being with people.
Teodora Nikolova has been a minister's wife for .r2 years. They have two children: their 11-year-old son, Angel, and 3-year-old daughter, Maria Verginia. Teodora is responsible for the Bulgarian issue of the Shepherdess called Hand in Hand, which comes out quarterly. She is also part of the children's ministry team