7 Pathways to Hope

7 Pathways to Hope Author Adele M. Gill
ISBN-10 9781589828056
Release 2011
Pages 245
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Imagine a world filled with hope, faith and the penultimate love; this is the picture that Adele Gill paints in her inspirational book, 7 Pathways to Hope. Gill presents a simple, yet powerful premise that the road to physical and emotional recovery, or just a happier life in general, is very possible and lies in the faith and love of God. Reviewing the importance of hope through a multitude of angles, 7 Pathways to Hope evaluates the concept of hope through numerous personal perspectives, the correlation between hope and scripture, and the significance of hope in physical and mental health. A heartfelt journey about the saving power of hope through faith, 7 Pathways to Hope aims to help readers grow in their understanding of the importance of hope in their own lives.



The NIV Pink Bible

The NIV Pink Bible Author Zondervan
ISBN-10 9780310438809
Release 2010-09-07
Pages 200
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This Bible was designed to provide a beautiful gift and a useful tool for women of all ages who have been affected by the disease of breast cancer. The epidemic of breast cancer has touched many of us in some way. Whether you are a survivor or a co-survivor, The Pink Bible will bring you timeless words of hope and encouragement. Designed for easy navigation to these particular passages, you will find them highlighted in pink for quick access along with additional content tipped-in throughout the Bible. The Pink Bible is crafted in a beautiful pink and chocolate Italian Duo-Tone binding and includes a pink ribbon.



Hold on to Hope

Hold on to Hope Author Jean Fullerton
ISBN-10 9781409122951
Release 2012-02-16
Pages 224
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A captivating historical saga which vividly brings the East End to life. Kate Ellis learnt the hard way that falling in love with the wrong man could be your undoing. It was nine years ago that she fell for the charms of Freddie Ellis, only to discover his criminal ways. With her husband in prison, Kate has fought hard to give her two children everything they could need. But now Freddie is back and threatens to destroy everything she has worked for. Captain Jonathan Quinn has resigned from the army after the needless death of too many of his men. But when his father disowns him and his fiancée breaks their engagement, Jonathan finds himself in desperate need of work. Accepting a friend's proposal of acting as headmaster at a local school, Jonathan is determined to leave the army behind and turn his life around. When Kate and Jonathan's paths cross, the attraction is instant. But with Kate still a married woman, they know it can never be. As Kate grows more distant, Jonathan finds solace in the arms of another woman, and Kate is left to wonder if she will ever find true love again...



Coping With Depression

Coping With Depression Author Jon G. Allen
ISBN-10 1585626430
Release 2007-04-02
Pages 341
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Distilling years of experience in educating psychiatric patients and their families about depression, Jon Allen has written a practical book that addresses the challenges depressed patients face on the road to recovery. Allen advocates approaching depression by focusing on the importance of hope, and he helps patients understand depression through two simple ideas: catch-22 and stress pileup. This book conveys how the symptoms of depression impede all the things depressed persons must do to recover, thus defusing self-criticism while encouraging patients to take satisfaction in small steps toward improvement. And the concept of stress pileup encompasses a developmental perspective respecting the full range of accumulated biological, psychological, and interpersonal stresses that play into depression. This broad understanding helps patients become more compassionate toward themselves and puts them in a stronger position to make use of professional care. Coping With Depression is written for a general audience, including depressed persons and their family members, as well as professionals seeking a readable integration of current knowledge that they can use to educate their patients. Although written in nontechnical language, the book provides a sophisticated and comprehensive understanding of the psychological development of depression, the neurobiology of the illness, and the full range of evidence-based treatment modalities. All material is buttressed by extensive references to theoretical, clinical, and research literature. Coping With Depression emphasizes the concept of agency, encouraging readers to take an active role in their recovery. Countering today's trend toward exclusive reliance on antidepressant medication, the book employs the perspective of developmental psychopathology to integrate psychosocial and neurobiological knowledge. The book explains how biological vulnerability is intertwined with stress stemming from insecure attachment, childhood adversity, stressful life events, emotional conflicts, and problems in close relationships. Going far beyond the "chemical imbalance," the author illustrates how the experience of depression is linked to changes in patterns of brain activity as evidenced by neuroimaging studies. Coping With Depression will help readers understand the development of depression from a biopsychosocial perspective appreciate how depression is compounded by related conditions, including bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, substance abuse, personality disorders, general medical conditions, and suicidal states understand how recovering from depression entails working on many fronts, including improving physical health, participating in pleasurable activities, countering negative thinking, resolving internal conflicts, and-above all-establishing more stable and secure attachment relationships become knowledgeable about the treatment options that facilitate coping, including cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, and psychodynamic psychotherapy as well as medication and combined treatment appreciate the centrality of hope in recovery from depression and the challenges to hope that depression poses To maintain hope, patients, their family members, and clinicians must face the seriousness of the illness of depression and the daunting obstacles to recovery, including catch-22 in all of its manifestations. Throughout the book, Allen reiterates the theme of agency: depressed persons can use their intelligence to understand their illness and do something to recover and remain well, making use of help from others along the way.



A reason to hope

A reason to hope Author David L. (David Lawrence) Edwards
ISBN-10 0002155826
Release 1978-08-24
Pages 252
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A reason to hope has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from A reason to hope also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full A reason to hope book for free.



A Day in Hell

A Day in Hell Author Nancy Botsford
ISBN-10 9781616632519
Release 2010-07
Pages 176
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Nine-millimeter shots rang out from every direction. The shooter stood on the corner of the cracked concrete sidewalk. He squeezed the trigger of an Uzi machine gun, anger pumping through his veins, spraying bullets into the crowd outside of the building. Matthew was hit from behind, the 9 mm bullet piercing the back of his head, instantly knocking him to the ground... dead. A Day in Hell is the riveting, true-life account of one man's descent to the bowels of hell after dying from a gunshot wound to the head in March of 1992, and the true, wholehearted prayer of love by his newly wedded wife. Matthew survived, waking up twenty-seven days later. Unbeknownst to all those surrounding him, God had pulled him from his cell in hell and said, 'It's not your time.' A Day in Hell is a story flooded with hope and inspiration as this young couple figures out how to plot their new life. Matthew and Nancy Botsford have a firsthand testimony of what the future holds without God and what it can become with Him! Their testimony offers real hope when it seems there is none to be found. You will be extremely blessed by hearing what God has done and what He will do for you! —David White, Pastor of MorningStar Fellowship Church, Wilkesboro, NC



Beating Depression The Journey to Hope

Beating Depression  The Journey to Hope Author Maga Jackson-Triche
ISBN-10 0071423419
Release 2002-05-20
Pages 256
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Offers new hope to the more than 17 million Americans who suffer from depression Written by nationally recognized experts in the field, Beating Depression arms sufferers and their families with the knowledge and tools they need to recognize depression and make informed choices about its treatment and management. The authors explore the latest findings on the causes of depression and the treatments currently available, including medications and psychotherapeutic approaches. Readers get checklists, quizzes, and other powerful self-assessment tools to help determine if they are actually suffering from depression and to what clinical degree. And they get expert guidance on how to find help and work with physicians and mental health professionals to develop a treatment plan and to cope with problems that can arise during treatment.



Skinhead Confessions

Skinhead Confessions Author T. J. Leyden
ISBN-10 9781599551333
Release 2008
Pages 208
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A background in hate. a life of violence. a love for power. But all he needed was a moment of truth. I heard the gasp of horror and knew I'd been caught. What are those? she cried, pointing at my body, which was covered from neck to waist in graphic, sinister tattoos. No way was I going to tell her what they meant - the hate crimes I'd committed, the people I'd stabbed and maimed to earn those tattoos. No way was I going to tell her about the hundreds of kids I'd initiated to follow me into the White Power movement and the things they did for me every day. from his youth, TJ Leyden was taught to fight, to hurt, and to hate. Cunningly brilliant and deceptively clean-cut, TJ found that life with the Skinheads was exactly what he - and they - needed. Quickly rising to the top, TJ recruited members for the Skins, and in return he earned a name and a reputation as one of the most powerful men in the White Power movement. with a skill for fanning the fires of hatred and an ability to elude the law, it seemed that nothing would stop TJ - that is, until he became a father. As his own children grew, so did TJ's uncertainty about the cause he'd endorsed for so long. One fact finally emerged from all the racist propaganda: white power wasn't about being white; it was simply about having someone to hate. and once he realized this truth, TJ knew his life could never been the same. Skinhead Confessions takes you on an unbelievable ride through a dark world of violence to one of openness and faith in the future. TJ's honesty and courage - even in the face of death - have inspired people across America to take action against gang violence and hate crimes. a book unlike any other, this is the amazing true story of one person's journey from hatred to hope.



Reach Out to Hope

Reach Out to Hope Author Eileen Dillon
ISBN-10 9781607917007
Release 2009-07
Pages 158
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In the celebration of their love, hopes, and dreams, Joe and Vicky commit to each other in marriage. In the cycle of life, with its passions and ambitions, circumstances begin to erode at the very fiber of their love. Slowly, with the unraveling of threads, shredded by wrong choices, the frayed strands of their love seem beyond mending. Adding to their struggle is the bleak, hopelessness of the tough economic times. Suddenly, a miracle conquered the abysmal darkness of their lives and changed their hearts! Joe and Vicky 'reach out to hope' and what emerges is an understanding of a universal truth. That is, the joy of life could only have come through their trials. Eileen and Elaine, twins, were born in the mid-west and raised in Colorado. They moved to Hawaii after high school. Eileen is a single parent and has four children, two girls and two boys. She has four grandsons. Eileen battles a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis with faith and determination. Difficult and distressing times came when her second son was born with a heart condition, which, eventually, led to a heart transplant. Elaine and Randy have been married thirty-six years. They have three children, one boy and two girls. Also, Elaine, at nineteen, gave birth to a son. She surrendered him up for adoption. She and her son were re-united when he was twenty-three. Elaine is a breast cancer survivor. Both are published authors. Reach Out To Hope is their debut novel. Storytelling is Eileen's forte, while poetry is Elaine's strong suit. Both styles are intertwined throughout the book.



Highway to Hope

Highway to Hope Author Alan Ogden
ISBN-10 9781602664128
Release 2007-06-01
Pages 216
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When it comes to the issue of suffering, we cannot run away from suffering nor do we want to get caught up in its devastating path, so the goal must be to deal with it in an effective manner. Dr. Ogden presents the hope that we need to preserve and live life in a way that honors God and encourages others."--Dr. George D. Miller III, president, Davis College. (Christian)



Hope

Hope Author Ruth O'Lill
ISBN-10 0876044860
Release 2003
Pages 211
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When things go wrong, we all have one thing to hold on to: Hope! This book is an uplifting, inspirational, and instructional collection of real-life stories in which hope has played a large role. In this crisp and sometimes very funny book, O'Lill shows us eighteen different ways that hope can steer us safely through the troubled waters of life and into a calm, more serene place. Let this book show you how hope can help you triumph over even the most difficult of circumstances. Book jacket.



Honest Open Willing

Honest  Open  Willing Author Steven R. Adelman
ISBN-10 9781477661086
Release 2012
Pages 226
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This book was originally going to be called H.O.W. Honest Open Willing Posts which was a non fiction but anonymous story about someone who posts on a social network in a closed group with about 260 understanding friends, family, school mates, and anonymous fellowship members. They start to relate in one way or another as each day he eventually tells of every brutal thing he did and was done to him going from birth all the way through his early 40's. This includes feeling awkward, not fitting in, low self-esteem, bullying, mental illness, arson, theft, vandalism, special education, depression, marijuana addiction, alcoholism, drug abuse, sexual promiscuities, suicide, encounters with the law, accidents, illnesses, 9/11, and more. All of it leads down an even more vicious, destructive cycle while experiencing despair, loss of meaning, fear, and insanity. There is only one of two ways this could ultimately end but it does end with recovery, the 12 steps, and a brighter future with hope after 4 plus years. No one would know exactly who it is but that it is 100% true. The only problem is that hundreds of people would have known right away and everyone else rather soon, that it was me.



Reason to Hope

Reason to Hope Author Amanda Peter
ISBN-10 9781490746937
Release 2015-11-25
Pages 328
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" Reason to Hope is a true story of a young woman born into the privileged life of a white, middle class family in South Africa at the height of apartheid. Despite having a bright future with a promising career and prospects of marriage, she decides to forsake the freedoms, comforts, and pleasures of this world to follow God in poverty, chastity, and obedience -- for the salvation of souls -- inspired by the message of Fatima of 1917. Eventually, after a convoluted journey taking her across continents, she would become a temporary professed sister in the Missionaries of Charity founded by Mother Teresa of Calcutta. Emotional, thoughtful, and spiritually enlightening, Reason to Hope describes the pivotal moments of Amanda's life with honesty and openness. With humility she shows the reader what she believes and why -- even all these years later. This book is perfect for those who are curious about faith, religious life, spirituality, Mother Teresa, Catholicism or even just a diff erent side of life that is rarely portrayed in our modern times. Its call to hope is an inspiration for all." If you have discovered that honestly told accounts of people's spiritual journeys help to shine God's light on your own pathway, then Reason to Hope will provide you with the light of faith to guide you on your travels.



A Future to Hope in

A Future to Hope in Author Andrew M. Greeley
ISBN-10 UOM:39015006575495
Release 1969
Pages 286
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A Future to Hope in has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from A Future to Hope in also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full A Future to Hope in book for free.



Daring to Hope

Daring to Hope Author Katie Davis Majors
ISBN-10 9780735290549
Release 2017-10-03
Pages 240
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How do you hold on to hope when you don’t get the ending you asked for? When Katie Davis Majors moved to Uganda, accidentally founded a booming organization, and later became the mother of thirteen girls through the miracle of adoption, she determined to weave her life together with the people she desired to serve. But joy often gave way to sorrow as she invested her heart fully in walking alongside people in the grip of poverty, addiction, desperation, and disease. After unexpected tragedy shook her family, for the first time Katie began to wonder, Is God really good? Does He really love us? When she turned to Him with her questions, God spoke truth to her heart and drew her even deeper into relationship with Him. Daring to Hope is an invitation to cling to the God of the impossible—the God who whispers His love to us in the quiet, in the mundane, when our prayers are not answered the way we want or the miracle doesn’t come. It’s about a mother discovering the extraordinary strength it takes to be ordinary. It’s about choosing faith no matter the circumstance and about encountering God’s goodness in the least expected places. Though your heartaches and dreams may take a different shape, you will find your own questions echoed in these pages. You’ll be reminded of the gifts of joy in the midst of sorrow. And you’ll hear God’s whisper: Hold on to hope. I will meet you here.



He Taught Me to Hope

He Taught Me to Hope Author P. O. Dixon
ISBN-10 9781466397866
Release 2011-10
Pages 266
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The legend of King Arthur meets the timelessness of Miss Jane Austen's endearing works in this delightfully entertaining "Pride and Prejudice" adaptation.What if Elizabeth is promised to another when she meets Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy, the one man who captures her heart and imagination like no other?Are the chances of Darcy and Elizabeth finding their happily-ever-after as dire as they seem or is there a measure of hope by way of a strong and lasting connection between them? "He Taught Me To Hope: Darcy and the Young Knight's Quest" takes you back to a magical time of enchantment and romance and lets you fall in love with Darcy and Elizabeth once again.



A Hymn to Hope By the Rev J Langhorne

A Hymn to Hope  By the Rev  J  Langhorne Author John Langhorne
ISBN-10 OXFORD:N11736896
Release 1761
Pages 11
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A Hymn to Hope By the Rev J Langhorne has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from A Hymn to Hope By the Rev J Langhorne also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full A Hymn to Hope By the Rev J Langhorne book for free.