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Dying Needlessly In West Africa

In the average church today, the primary requests for prayer are for the physical problems that people in the church are experiencing. Sadly, in spite of the numerous prayers offered for these sick individuals, often their physical health continues to decline. If in addition to prayer, people would change their diets and lifestyles, below are the results that most would experience:

“Dear George, An older family friend led me to the Hallelujah Acres website. Following your teachings, he was virtually saved from death from prostate cancer. I am signed up to receive your weekly Health Tips, which I find so informative. I am so excited because now the people in my country of West Africa are becoming more and more conscious of their health.

I am due to retire soon and would like to set up a Hallelujah Acres store here in Ghana. I am a born again Christian and have been a bank official for over 30 years. There are many people here in Ghana suffering from diabetes, high blood pressure, liver and kidney diseases, and our health delivery system is failing them. Many die needlessly who could be helped by your seminars, nutritional guides, and products. May God bless you!”
~ Charlotte M., Ghana, West Africa

“Rev. Malkmus, Prior to my husband and me adopting the The Hallelujah Diet & Lifestyle six years ago, I had been on chemotherapy drugs for two years for rheumatoid Arthritis (RA). Following my diet and lifestyle change, my RA symptoms began to subside, and within just a few months I was completely off all medications and have remained medication free for nearly six years.

From time to time I will eat something that I shouldn’t and my RA will flare up, but when I cut out that offending food, the symptoms clear up. Sadly, when I try to share with others about how a simple change in diet and lifestyle can help them get rid of their medications and improve their health, they just brush me off. It breaks my heart that people who could help themselves just won’t give up the foods that are killing them.

I am so thankful for the friend who shared The Hallelujah Diet & Lifestyle with me at age 66. I am now 72 years old, and in very good health, and I no longer take any prescription drugs. Thank you, Dr. Malkmus, for making available to me the information I needed that helped me help myself, when the doctors offered me no hope.”
~ Judy B.

“Brother George, Seven and a half years ago my wife Donna and I adopted The Hallelujah Diet & Lifestyle. At the time we made the diet change, I was suffering with a very aggressive cancer and my wife was dealing with lupus. Words cannot express my thanks to you from both Donna and me for sharing with us the information we needed to overcome these life-threatening and debilitating diseases. Today, thanks to you, we are both experiencing fantastic health.”
~ Larry & Donna J.

“Hi Dr. Malkmus, I know that the Lord used you to help save my life about eight years ago when I was terribly ill. I have told so many people about you and The Hallelujah Diet and yet I myself, who was so diligent with the diet for so long, have stopped being so diligent and, as a result, several health issues have crept back into my body because I have allowed some bad foods to creep back into my diet. I live in the St. Augustine, Florida area and would be honored if you would allow me to attend the Biblical Nutrition Classes you are conducting each Tuesday Evening in your church.”
~ Donna N., Florida

EDITORS NOTE: I am currently teaching a 12-week “Biblical Nutrition 101” course in my church, Turning Point at Calvary, here in St. Augustine, Florida each Tuesday evening between 6:30 and 8:00 p.m. Visitors are welcome and there is no cost for the class or materials. For more information, click here to email me. The church is located on SR16, 2 miles west of I-95 exit 318. We are averaging 140-150 people weekly at this course.


  1. Scott May 22, 2013

    That’s a typo! It’s been fixed. 🙂

  2. Guest May 22, 2013

    Read the whole article it is her name. That was just a synopsis of the story.
    Be Blessed.

    • Bless you, too (whether you sneezed, or snot…I mean NOT!). I was working when I got this at about 5:00 a.m., and left my first comment as an FYI and/or to tease the editor. Then, a bit later, called and left a message about it, figuring they’d not see my comment and would get inundated with FYI’s about it. Things get a bit ho-hum working overnite hours, so just tried to spice things up a bit (that’s how boring my life has become, obviously!!)

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