Dr. Neal Nedley is the new president of Weimar Center of Health and Education (formerly called Weimar Institute).
[July 21, 2008] Source: Gleaner Online
Neil Nedley, M.D., author of Proof Positive and Depression—A Way Out, has accepted the call to become president of the new Weimar Center of Health and Education (formerly called Weimar Institute).
Pastor Doug Batchelor says, “I can’t imagine a more thrilling development for the future of Weimar! His addition to this new partnership between Amazing Facts and Weimar is a match made in heaven. It will bring a powerful infusion of life and energy into the biblical concept of health evangelism.”
Dr. Nedley is a graduate of Loma Linda University Medical School and is a full-time practicing physician in internal medicine with an emphasis in cardiology, gastroenterology, preventive medicine, mental health, and difficult-to-diagnose patients.
A respected author and chair member of numerous national and local medical boards, Dr. Nedley has lectured extensively around the world on nutrition, lifestyle, depression, stress, and physical and mental health. He has also been a featured guest on numerous national television programs and radio stations.
Nedley explains, “I am very excited to work with Amazing Facts’ strong media and evangelistic ministry. This partnership with the new Weimar will not only help disseminate vital information concerning physical and mental health to the world — it will help thousands apply life-changing physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual truths to bring about dramatic, positive change.”
Pastor Doug Batchelor adds, “Dr. Nedley’s visionary understanding of the relationship between good health and positive Christian spirituality makes him a perfect fit. His energetic, visionary leadership and kind personality impressed our board and staff with the confidence that this is God’s man for this mission. We are excited about what the Lord can do through him at Weimar.”
Dr. Nedley currently has a private practice located in Ardmore, Oklahoma, where he lives with his wife, Erica, and four children. He will assume his new duties in Weimar, California, as soon as plans for the transition can be finalized.