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Journey Of Hope

Author : Lurlene McDaniel
ISBN : 0553494511
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Heather Barlow travels as a volunteer to Africa, to provide direly needed medical help and after her return, her sister, seventeen-year-old Amber, feels confused about her own future and decides to go back to Africa in Heather's place.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Journey Of Hope

Author : Bill Pelke
ISBN : 9781462834730
Genre : Political Science
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The savage murder of 78-year-old Bible teacher Ruth Pelke by four teen-age girls was the beginning of Bill Pelkes Journey of Hope...From Violence to Healing. Initially Bill did not object when 15-year old Paula Cooper was sentenced to death for his grandmothers murder. Through the power of prayer and transformation, he moved from supporting her death sentence, to working to have it overturned, to dedicating his life to the abolition of the death penalty. This is the story of Bills journey, the obstacles he overcame, and the amazing, loving, forgiving, committed people he met on the way.
Category: Political Science

Journey Of Hope

Author : Alan D. Abbey
ISBN : 9652293164
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"Columbia is lost; there are no survivors" -- President George W Bush, 1 February 2003. Ramon's life stands as a beacon to those who despair of triumph in a difficult world. This book, whose creation began before the shuttle lifted off into space, chronicles Ramon's journey from air force pilot to astronaut, and includes NASA photographs, an interview with Ilan Ramon, articles about Israel's space program and much more..
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Journey Of Hope

Author : Victoria Murata
ISBN : 147523144X
Genre : Fiction
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"It's 1852, the year of the largest migration of people leaving the states and traveling by wagon train from Missouri to the Oregon Territory. The two thousand mile journey takes six months across the vast panorama of America's wild west. Over prairie, mountains and rivers, through untamed landscapes, the overlanders have a common goal: to find a better life. Though hardship and deprivation are constant companions, hope is a bright beacon leading them ever forward. Through the course of the voyage, three young women form an unlikely bond that will carry them through unspeakable horrors, binding them together forever as they discover the deeper places of the heart." -- p.4 of cover.
Category: Fiction

Ana S Story

Author : Jenna Bush
ISBN : 9780061379093
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Ana’s story begins the day she is born with HIV, transmitted from her mother, who dies just a few years later. From then on, Ana's childhood becomes a blur of secrets—about her illness, her family, and the abuse she endures. Shuffled from home to home, Ana rarely finds safety or acceptance. But after she falls in love and becomes pregnant at seventeen, she embarks on a journey that leads her to new beginnings, new sorrows, and new hope. Based on her work with UNICEF and inspired by the framework of one girl's life, Jenna Bush tells the story of many children around the world who are excluded from basic care, support, and education. Resources at the back of this book share how you can help children like Ana and protect yourself and others.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Journey Of Hope

Author : Kenneth C. Barnes
ISBN : 0807876224
Genre : Social Science
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Liberia was founded by the American Colonization Society (ACS) in the 1820s as an African refuge for free blacks and liberated American slaves. While interest in African migration waned after the Civil War, it roared back in the late nineteenth century with the rise of Jim Crow segregation and disfranchisement throughout the South. The back-to-Africa movement held great new appeal to the South's most marginalized citizens, rural African Americans. Nowhere was this interest in Liberia emigration greater than in Arkansas. More emigrants to Liberia left from Arkansas than any other state in the 1880s and 1890s. In Journey of Hope, Kenneth C. Barnes explains why so many black Arkansas sharecroppers dreamed of Africa and how their dreams of Liberia differed from the reality. This rich narrative also examines the role of poor black farmers in the creation of a black nationalist identity and the importance of the symbolism of an ancestral continent. Based on letters to the ACS and interviews of descendants of the emigrants in war-torn Liberia, this study captures the life of black sharecroppers in the late 1800s and their dreams of escaping to Africa.
Category: Social Science

Journey Of Hope

Author : J. Michael Davey
ISBN : 1921589469
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The extraordinary story of a man's survival in the face of great adversity. Fostered as a baby and placed in four state-run institutions, Michael was kidnapped by his father and returned home to an abusive mother. He managed to survive the horrors of his early years and went on to university and a successful career.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Journey Of Hope

Author : Kerby A. Miller
ISBN : PSU:000066460282
Genre : History
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Drawn from personal letters, journals, and diaries of actual immigrants, a riveting three-dimensional book, filled with interactive foldouts, pockets, and evelopes that contain a vast array of documents, details the Irish in America and their extraordinary rise from adversity and prejudice to affluence and eminence.
Category: History

A Journey Of Hope

Author : Jennifer Gentry
ISBN : 1682707881
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Click. The noise, startlingly strong, ricocheted off the inside of the stall and seemed to echo in the silence surrounding her. Zoe's legs shook, and her feet became weak. Was that-- The gray door unlocked from within. Zoe's mind told her to run, but her legs did not obey. Faster than she could blink, her eyes met the muzzle of pitch-black darkness. That was all she could see--darkness. Until it trembled before her and she could make out the tip of the outer, silvery, metal ring. A pistol pressed deeply into her skull. Zoe's eyes tried to follow the barrel, sliding along its wobbling gray outline up to its holder: a terrified boy. "Craig!" Zoe's past is back to haunt her, and she's not sure she is ready to face it. Life isn't always black-and-white, even as a Christian. So what happens when there is baggage from the past or when life's raw realities come catapulting in? Will Zoe give in to the darkness that wants her back? Will she lose her faith when she feels God, her friends, and now her family, are gone as she's put into foster care? Will she face the gray of her life doing God's will, standing up to her fears, and forgiving the person responsible for them?

Broken Mary

Author : Kevin Matthews
ISBN : 9781942611707
Genre : Religion
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In 2008, Kevin Matthews, a well-known ABC and CBS radio personality in Chicago, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. As the drive-time radio host for seventeen years and also the voice of his sports commentator, Jim Shorts, and other characters, Matthews entertained ten million listeners weekly, sold out every appearance in the Midwest, and performed in front of 65,000 fans at Grant Park. He traveled around the world, met the famous, had babies named after him, and helped countless charities. He entertained hundreds of thousands of people inside prisons, army bases, and backyards. His promotions included comedy jams, a band, barbeque throw downs, and golf outings. Broken Mary is Matthews' story of his early years in radio and stand-up comedy, his successful career, his struggle with MS, his awakening to the dignity of women, and, importantly, his chance encounter with a broken statue of Mary left next to a dumpster and all that happened as a result. Told with Matthews' signature good humor, this confession of the brokenness of mankind is touchingly honest, personally inspiring, and full of hope.
Category: Religion