Captivating stories of author's exciting spiritual journey in third world development Applying the "Public Health Model" to Nsanje District in southern-most Malawi, the author weaves the story-threads into an almost palpable fabric of successful interventions in Child Survival. She underpins the mission with her personal experiences in her spiritual journey from widowhood through senior-citizen romance to selfless adventure in Africa. Family Nurse Practitioner, author, teacher, and more -- Bee has been invited to High Schools and Universities to present portions of Malawi Moonsmoke to graduate and under-graduate students. Professor Judy Murray, Ph.D. Executive Director for Idaho Nurses Assn., and formerly with Boise State University, says of this book: "This is an intensely personal story of the author's faith as she developed a public heatlh system of village health workers in very needy parts of Malawi. This system will continue to help the people long after she is gone."