JOHN SENTAMU’S HOPE STORIES-Special Price £7.99 BA0847

£7.99

John Sentamu’s Hope Stories is the engaging read by John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York, compiling the most authentic stories of Christian hope in the twenty-first century!

The 20 stories within the book come from the experiences of 20 ‘ordinary’ people living ‘ordinary’ lives in our modern world. Each story shares how each individual was able to hold onto hope in their darkest moments and go on to experience ‘life in all its fullness’.

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John Sentamu’s Hope Stories is the engaging read by John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York, compiling the most authentic stories of Christian hope in the twenty-first century!

The 20 stories within the book come from the experiences of 20 ‘ordinary’ people living ‘ordinary’ lives in our modern world. Each story shares how each individual was able to hold onto hope in their darkest moments and also go on to experience ‘life in all its fullness’.

Some of these people have found strength through faith in the face of terrible circumstances, including terminal illness, addiction, depression, loss of all kinds and temptation to suicide. Their stories, with accompanying words of wisdom and encouragement from John Sentamu, are truly inspiring!

Hence they demonstrate the strength of Christian faith in everyday action!

Written by John Sentamu, author of the bestselling John Sentamu’s Faith Stories. Paperback. 160 pages. SPECIAL PRICE, published price £8.99. Saving £1.

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