"I wish there were something I could do to ease the pain." How often do women see a friend in distress or crisis, but feel helpless to really make a difference? Hopelifter: Creative Ways to Spread Hope When...
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"I wish there were something I could do to ease the pain."
How often do women see a friend in distress or crisis, but feel helpless to really make a difference? Hopelifter: Creative Ways to Spread Hope When Life Hurts takes the mystery out of how to be the hands and feet of Jesus to anyone in need of hope, comfort and care. Kathe Wunnenberg, whose hope-lifting ministry has impacted the lives of thousands, demonstrates simple, practical ways that acts of creative compassion can transform lives.
Whether it's encouraging a jobless friend, lifting the spirits of someone trapped in depression, leaving an anonymous gift for a grieving mother, hosting a starting-over shower for a divorced friend, or playing one small part in long-term support for a family in deep crisis, daily opportunities to make a difference in hurting lives are limitless for a Hopelifter.
The perfect book for women who want to spread hope in their friendships, workplace, neighborhoods, and homes, and ideal for those in caring roles in churches and ministries.
Kathe Wunnenberg is a speaker and writer known for her ability to connect with people and offer them hope. The author of two books, Grieving the Loss of a Loved One and Grieving the Child I Never Knew, she speaks on such topics as loss, leadership, faith in the workplace, mentoring/networking, transitions, prayer, and encouragement. She holds a Bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Missouri and a Master's degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. She lives in Phoenix, Arizona, with her husband, Rich, and their three children.
Kim Erickson grew up in Wayne County and, after befriending many of its elderly residents, was inspired to share what she has learned with others. The images in this book are from the Wayne County Historical Society, and all author royalties will be donated to the historical society as well.