A House Full Of Hope
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📒A House Full Of Hope ✍ Missy Tippens
✏A House Full of Hope Book Summary : Before becoming a Christian, Mark Ryker ran with a bad crowd and broke hearts. Including his father's. Now a successful businessman, Mark has come home to Corinthia, Georgia, to make amends. But no one will forgive him. So when the widowed mother of four renting his dad's run-down house needs help fixing up the place, Mark gets to work. Pretty Hannah Hughes and her sweet kids have him longing to be part of the clan, but Hannah isn't ready to let go of the past. Still, they are working together on a house full of hope—and that's all Mark needs.
📒Full Of Hope And Fear ✍ Margaret Bonfiglioli
✏Full of Hope and Fear Book Summary : The First World War has survived as part of our national memory in a way no previous war has ever done. This collection of letters - which lay untouched for almost ninety years - allows a unique glimpse into the war as experienced by one family at the time, transporting us back to an era which is now slipping tantalizingly out of living memory. The Slaters - the family at the heart of these letters - lived in Oxford. Like most families, they were both typical and unique. Gilbert, the father of the family, had been head of Ruskin College in Oxford, and during the war found work as the first Professor of Indian Economics in Madras. His wife, Violet, grew to detest the war and became an increasingly vocal pacifist as the slaughter continued. Owen, their eldest son, a schoolboy in 1914, was fighting in France by war's end. In the letters they wrote to each other and their friends at this time we see how the war increasingly impacted upon each of their lives and the life of the world around them - rationing, Violet's increasing involvement in radical politics, the deaths of friends, the fear of Zeppelin raids when in London, the endless discussions between Violet and Gilbert about how to keep their son out of the trenches - and the growth of Owen from schoolboy to soldier, serving as a junior officer on the Western Front. Above all, in their privacy and immediacy, their inconsistencies and false hopes, these letters bring us as near as we can ever be to understanding what people thought, feared, and hoped for during these momentous years.
📒A Future Full Of Hope ✍ Gemma Simmonds
✏A Future Full of Hope Book Summary : Are we looking at the imminent death of religious life in the church, a future full of hope, or something in between? This book, based on papers given at a colloquium run by the Religious Life Institute at Heythrop College, University of London, addresses urgent questions around the renewal and survival of religious life.Despite recent scandals and a steady diminishment of numbers since Vatican II, religious remain a powerful source of inspiration and positive energy within church and society. Fifty years after the Council, today's context and questions are different. Did the Council bring about a renewal or an implosion of religious life? Who is looking at religious vocation today? What are they seeking, and what are they finding?With a foreword by former Dominican Master General Timothy Radcliffe, leading authors on religious life, including Gregory Collins, OSB, and Christopher Jamison, OSB, explore these questions and propose answers that offer material for individual and communal reflection.
📒The House Of Hope ✍ Elisabeth Gifford
✏The House of Hope Book Summary : This book describes how Robin and Joyce Hill gave up their wealthy expatriate life in China to take sick and abandoned orphans into their home. They have rescued about 1,000 children to date. In 1998 the Hills planned to leave. Instead they felt God calling them to stay in China and set up a foster home for unwanted babies. The couple - with their two youngest children - moved into a tiny apartment miles outside Beijing, setting up the first cot in the dining room. In October 2000 Hope Foster Home received its first children. Many needed medical assistance and would be unlikely to survive under the existing state system. Some were abandoned on the streets or left under bridges. As news spread, so help arrived - including support from singer/songwriter Steven Curtis Chapman. Now directors of Child Welfare Institutes across China have asked Joyce and Rob to step in. This is a riveting example of how one couple have changed hundreds of lives.
📒The House The Rockefellers Built ✍ Robert F. Dalzell
✏The House the Rockefellers Built Book Summary : What it was like to be as rich as Rockefeller: How a house gave shape and meaning to three generations of an iconic American family One hundred years ago America's richest man established a dynastic seat, the granite-clad Kykuit, high above the Hudson River. Though George Vanderbilt's 255-room Biltmore had recently put the American country house on the money map, John D. Rockefeller, who detested ostentation, had something simple in mind—at least until his son John Jr. and his charming wife, Abby, injected a spirit of noblesse oblige into the equation. Built to honor the senior Rockefeller, the house would also become the place above all others that anchored the family's memories. There could never be a better picture of the Rockefellers and their ambitions for the enormous fortune Senior had settled upon them. The authors take us inside the house and the family to observe a century of building and rebuilding—the ebb and flow of events and family feelings, the architecture and furnishings, the art and the gardens. A complex saga, The House the Rockefellers Built is alive with surprising twists and turns that reveal the tastes of a large family often sharply at odds with one another about the fortune the house symbolized.
📒Hope Flames ✍ Jaci Burton
✏Hope Flames Book Summary : When it comes to love, they already know the rules…by heart. Thirty-two and finally setting up her veterinary practice in the town she once called home, Emma Burnett is on her own and loving it. Independent and driven, she’s not letting any man get in the way of her dreams. Not again. That’s fine with Luke McCormack. Divorced and hardly lacking in female company when he needs it, he’s devoted to the only faithful companion in his life—his police dog. Still, there’s something about Emma he can’t shake. When a series of local break-ins leaves Emma vulnerable, she seeks help from the first man to spark her desire in years. And now they’re giving each other something they thought they’d lost forever…hope. FIRST IN A NEW SERIES! From the Paperback edition.
📒A House Full Of Whispers ✍ Sharon Wallace
✏A House Full of Whispers Book Summary : An orphan's dearest dream becomes her nightmare... Until age 9, Sharon had been in an orphanage most of heryoung life craving a family of her own. Her wishes were grantedwhen her biological mother came and rescued Sharon from alonely world. Within a year, her stepfather began touching herand her life quickly became a fight for survival. Sharon wouldnot submit easily but survived with her wits alone. Although Sharon is yet a small ripple in a sea of survivors, her experiences will help many to understand the trauma and recoveryof small children who live and breathe the sins perpetratedby a caregiver. In 2007, she took a polygraph test (lie detector) and passed asa non-deceptive (truthful person) for the accusations madeagainst step-father. She challenged him to do the same-he refused! Therapists' Acclaim for the House Full of Whispers "This is the story of one girl's fear and battle to survive theemotional traumas and deprivation of her past. I can thoroughlyrecommend this book which will help anyone who is, or has, sufferedabuse." --Lynda Bevan, author Life After Betrayal "A very honest account, and a very accurate view of the feelings, thoughts and behaviors of people traumatized in childhoodand youth. If you suffered in childhood, or are in a helping positionto those who have, then you must read this book." --Robert Rich, PhD, author Cancer: A Personal Challenge Learn more at www.SharonWallace.co.uk Book #1 in the Whispers Trilogy From Modern History Press www.ModernHistoryPress.com BIO022000 Biography & Autobiography: Women SEL001000 Self-Help: Abuse - General PSY022040 Psychology: Psychopathology - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
✏Memoir of Mrs Elizabeth McFarland or Full assurance of hope the reward of diligence in the Christian life With a portrait Book Summary :
📒Debates Of The House Of Commons From The Year 1667 To The Year 1694 ✍ Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
✏Debates of the House of Commons from the Year 1667 to the Year 1694 Book Summary :
📒Hope An Extraordinary Life ✍ Laurence Marquis-Northcote
✏HOPE An Extraordinary Life Book Summary : Whenever I tell my friends and acquaintances about my life experiences, they tell me I have to publish my memoirs because the experiences have entertainment value, both funny and dramatic, but, moreover, because my story can give hope to everyone.