30 Days of Hope for Peaceful Living

Author: Mark Bethea
Publisher: New Hope Publishers
ISBN: 1596699248
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Sometimes life seems full of obstacles that can prevent us from experiencing peace in Christ. Even in the safest place life can offer, you can feel devoid of peace. No matter how hard you try, you can’t seem to find a peaceful balance of living between your worry over the present and fear of the future. 30 Days of Hope for Peaceful Living offers encouraging insight through examining what God’s Word has to say about peace. Author and pastor, Mark Bethea, shares personal reflections of God’s faithfulness through times of uncertainty and biblical understanding for how peaceful living can be accomplished, no matter what life throws at you.

30 Days of Hope for Joy Through a Child s Severe Illness

Author: Gale Alexander
Publisher: New Hope Publishers
ISBN: 1596699531
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30 Days of Hope for Joy Through a Child’s Severe Illness offers hope to anyone caring for a child facing lifelong struggles. Filled with encouraging stories and Scripture, find the strength needed to persevere. Based primarily on events in Ella’s life—born with a skin disease known as epidermolysis bullosa (EB)—author and grandmother Gale Alexander shares God’s grace as He reveals extraordinary purpose in small, fragile lives. Let Ella inspire you to see God's divine purposes in your own child’s life.

30 Days of Hope for Strength in Chronic Illness

Author: Elizabeth Evans
Publisher: New Hope Publishers
ISBN: 1596699434
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You just want to be normal. Instead, you have a chronic illness that creates havoc for you and your loved ones. 30 Days of Hope for Strength in Chronic Illness offers real encouragement to anyone feeling betrayed by their body. Diagnosed at an early age with a life-threatening condition, Elizabeth knows what it is like to live with a disease and its fallout. Sharing Scripture and personal reflections about God’s faithfulness, she candidly offers words of encouragement to help recognize God’s blessings and appreciate He is in control.

30 Days of Hope for Hurting Marriages

Author: Randy Hemphill
Publisher: New Hope Publishers
ISBN: 1596699612
Format: PDF, Kindle
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30 Days of Hope for Hurting Marriages offers married couples validation for the struggles they face. Filled with honest reflections from their own marriage and near divorce, each devotion contains Scripture, questions to consider and discuss, and a glimpse into emotions couples experience—anger, confusion, sadness, hopelessness—when their relationship is strained. There is hope for your marriage. You can persevere through this season of despair and come out on the other side with hope and, by God’s grace, a stronger marriage!

30 Days of Hope for Adoptive Parents

Author: Jennifer Phillips
Publisher: New Hope Publishers
ISBN: 159669968X
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You finally surrendered. You opened your heart when you said, “Yes, God, I’ll adopt.” But now, you’ve discovered that opening your heart to the idea of adoption is the easiest part of the journey. Now comes the reality of the emotional ups and downs that only another adoptive parent can understand. In 30 Days of Hope for Adoptive Parents, author Jennifer Phillips shares words of encouragement to help adoptive parents navigate the emotional waters of adoption. Regardless of where you are in the process—just beginning or now living with the teenagers you adopted as infants—there are struggles unique to adoptive parenting. Weaving elements of her own journey through adoption, you will find hope as you begin to see God’s adoptive heart toward you.

30 Days of Hope When Caring for Aging Parents

Author: Kathy Howard
Publisher: New Hope Publishers
ISBN: 1625919026
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In 30 Days of Hope When Caring for Aging Parents, author and fellow caregiver Kathy Howard offers the encouragement needed as you strive to care for your parents in a way that pleases God and shows them honor and respect while maintaining their dignity. Through Scripture passages, prayer prompts, and Kathy’s personal stories, be strengthened in the knowledge that the giver of all wisdom will empower you in the daily moments when you are caught between being your parents’ child and their caregiver.

365 Moments of Peace for a Woman s Heart

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Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441265023
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Refresh and Restore Your Soul 365 Moments of Peace for a Woman's Heart offers inspiring psalms and meditations to calm and comfort you throughout your day. In these pages you'll . . . · rest in the loving presence of your God · find a haven from the pressures of daily life · learn that God's perfect peace can be yours in the midst of any circumstance Be Still and Know

Daily Gifts of Hope

Author: Women Of Faith
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc
ISBN: 1400204275
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"The gifts of hope in this daily devotional will guide you to give your whole heart to God, reach out to Him for help, put away sin, and refuse to entertain evil in your home."-- Introduction.

Life s Last Gift

Author: Charles Garfield
Publisher: Central Recovery Press
ISBN: 1942094515
Format: PDF
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Psychologist and Shanti Project founder, Charles Garfield offers compassionate and expert guidance for friends and families who want to ease their loved ones’ final days. By focusing on the reciprocal and healing relationship between the living and the dying, Life’s Last Gift provides practical tools about connecting, finding peace, and being of service to those at the end of life.

Savage Peace

Author: Ann Hagedorn
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781416539711
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Written with the sweep of an epic novel and grounded in extensive research into contemporary documents, Savage Peace is a striking portrait of American democracy under stress. It is the surprising story of America in the year 1919. In the aftermath of an unprecedented worldwide war and a flu pandemic, Americans began the year full of hope, expecting to reap the benefits of peace. But instead, the fear of terrorism filled their days. Bolshevism was the new menace, and the federal government, utilizing a vast network of domestic spies, began to watch anyone deemed suspicious. A young lawyer named J. Edgar Hoover headed a brand-new intelligence division of the Bureau of Investigation (later to become the FBI). Bombs exploded on the doorstep of the attorney general's home in Washington, D.C., and thirty-six parcels containing bombs were discovered at post offices across the country. Poet and journalist Carl Sandburg, recently returned from abroad with a trunk full of Bolshevik literature, was detained in New York, his trunk seized. A twenty-one-year-old Russian girl living in New York was sentenced to fifteen years in prison for protesting U.S. intervention in Arctic Russia, where thousands of American soldiers remained after the Armistice, ostensibly to guard supplies but in reality to join a British force meant to be a warning to the new Bolshevik government. In 1919, wartime legislation intended to curb criticism of the government was extended and even strengthened. Labor strife was a daily occurrence. And decorated African-American soldiers, returning home to claim the democracy for which they had risked their lives, were badly disappointed. Lynchings continued, race riots would erupt in twenty-six cities before the year ended, and secret agents from the government's "Negro Subversion" unit routinely shadowed outspoken African-Americans. Adding a vivid human drama to the greater historical narrative, Savage Peace brings 1919 alive through the people who played a major role in making the year so remarkable. Among them are William Monroe Trotter, who tried to put democracy for African-Americans on the agenda at the Paris peace talks; Supreme Court associate justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., who struggled to find a balance between free speech and legitimate government restrictions for reasons of national security, producing a memorable decision for the future of free speech in America; and journalist Ray Stannard Baker, confidant of President Woodrow Wilson, who watched carefully as Wilson's idealism crumbled and wrote the best accounts we have of the president's frustration and disappointment. Weaving together the stories of a panoramic cast of characters, from Albert Einstein to Helen Keller, Ann Hagedorn brilliantly illuminates America at a pivotal moment.