Patricia Feijo founded Daniel Chapter One in 1986 with her husband, Jim, and co-hosted the radio program Daniel Chapter One Health Watch from 1994 to 2012. A professional Homeopath since 1993, she has ministered and practiced worldwide.
Patricia Feijo worked in Experimental Oncology - cancer research - as a lab technician at Mason Research in Worcester, Massachusetts for several years after graduating high school in 1976.
She then attended SMU in Dartmouth, Mass. (UMass Dartmouth), majoring in English/Writing.
Forsaking a professional career after wedding James Feijo in 1983, she began ministry with him and in 1986 co-founded the Daniel Chapter One health and healing ministry to support house churches in communist countries.
Patricia wrote a weekly newspaper column of health advice in the 90's entitled "Wise and Simple," and has presented natural healing and Homeopathy before various groups including graduate nurses at SMU Dartmouth.
She co-hosted the Daniel Chapter One Health Watch radio program for 18 years, and has guested on other nationally syndicated radio programs and local television programs.
She graduated from The New England School of Homeopathy in 1993, later studied with homeopaths Ananda Zaren and Vassilas Ghegas, and in 2000 began advanced studies with Dr Luc De Schepper at the Renaissance Institute of Classical Homeopathy. She edited his master work "Achieving and Maintaining the Simillimum," and has had cases published online for the global e-journal "Homeopathy 4 Everyone."
This is her first book, written at the request of people nation-wide who were aware of, and grieved by, the government attack on Daniel Chapter One. She hopes to devote time soon to practicing homeopathy once again, to teaching, and to writing.