On Becoming Shryock
On Becoming Shryock
By Richard A. Schaefer
 

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When Harold Shryock stepped off the train in Loma Linda station in 1910, he could not have imagined that someday he would play a major role in the development of a world-renowned institution. Nor could he have foreseen an organization that would produce tens of thousands of alumni, men and women trained to bring healing to body, mind and soul. It is a story of inspriation--and suprises. Of those who know the name Harold Shryock from the 13 books and more than 600 magazine articles he wrote for Seventh-day Adventist publishers, few know of the personal struggles and challenges he faced as a young man. A mysterious illness. Dropping out of medical school twice, becoming a bread salesman, and nearly being electrocuted during his internship, Harold Shryock spent nearly a century influencing LLU and through it, the world.