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SEEDS OF HOPE

Author : Henri J. M. Nouwen
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A revised and updated collection of the Catholic theologian's most compelling works conveys powerful messages of hope and includes reflections from such works as The Return of the Prodigal Son, The Road to Daybreak, The Way of the Heart, and The Inner Voice of Love. Reprint.

Tears of Sorrow Seeds of Hope

Author : Nina Beth Cardin
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An updated and expanded edition acknowledges and encourages expressions of grief from pregnancy loss or infertility, offers comfort in the most painful moments, and includes journaling exercises to help readers work through their grief. Original.

Seeds OF Hope A Journey Through Medication and Madness Toward Meaning

Author : Jocelyn Pedersen
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Author Jocelyn Pedersen takes the reader through the ups and downs of loss, love, and recovery in this harrowing and heartfelt memoir. Jocelyn had faith and a positive outlook when she is faced with a terror so insidious it threatens to extinguish everything she believes in.

Seeds of Hope

Author : Debbie Tremel
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Out of the rubble, a new world rises . . . In the blink of an eye, Daniel's world went spiraling out of control. He watched helplessly as he saw the lifeless bodies of his friends and family buried in stone. Those he loved would never know the breath of life again, he felt his heart breaking from this overwhelming loss. Was this the end of hope as well? Hope can lie dormant in the tiniest of seeds. . . In this catastrophic time, Daniel, Sophie, and the others in their alliance must persevere through incredible challenges to reach the northern wilds; their hope of sanctuary. Their journey is one filled with beauty and peril. Their dream; to create a better world, one in which future generations will live with peace, love and kindness. Salvation can be found in the most unlikely place . . . Will the group learn to survive in the harsh environment? Will the evil forces intent on destroying them emerge from the decaying world they left behind? Will they ever be able to see the light at the end of the tunnel? And if they survive, is it truly possible for something beautiful to grow from the damaged seeds of society?

Seeds of Resistance Seeds of Hope

Author : Virginia D. Nazarea
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Food is more than simple sustenance. It feeds our minds as well as our bodies. It nurtures us emotionally as well as physically. It holds memories. In fact, one of the surprising consequences of globalization and urbanization is the expanding web of emotional attachments to farmland, to food growers, and to place. And there is growing affection, too, for home gardening and its “grow your own food” ethos. Without denying the gravity of the problems of feeding the earth’s population while conserving its natural resources, Seeds of Resistance, Seeds of Hope reminds us that there are many positive movements and developments that demonstrate the power of opposition and optimism. This broad collection brings to the table a bag full of tools from anthropology, sociology, genetics, plant breeding, education, advocacy, and social activism. By design, multiple voices are included. They cross or straddle disciplinary, generational, national, and political borders. Contributors demonstrate the importance of cultural memory in the persistence of traditional or heirloom crops, as well as the agency exhibited by displaced and persecuted peoples in place-making and reconstructing nostalgic landscapes (including gardens from their homelands). Contributions explore local initiatives to save native and older seeds, the use of modern technologies to conserve heirloom plants, the bioconservation efforts of indigenous people, and how genetically modified organisms (GMOs) have been successfully combated. Together they explore the conservation of biodiversity at different scales, from different perspectives, and with different theoretical and methodological approaches. Collectively, they demonstrate that there is reason for hope.

Seeds of Hope

Author : Soecy Gummels
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This story of emotional conflict, heartwarming persistence, and shocking revelations focuses on the strength of a man who, through undaunted perseverance and gentle patience, fights to secure the love hidden behind the haunting secrets of a woman's past.

Seeds of Hope

Author : Margaret C. Mullings
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Seeds of Hope Vol 2 is a collection of inspirational writing to encourage hope and healing. These inspirational writings are a demonstration of the love of your Heavenly Father who has plans of hope and a future for you. This book will awaken you spiritually. It will encourage you to begin if you have not already begun to walk in your purpose and destiny. In spite of the many road blocks and setbacks, experience heartaches, sorrows and woes, not to mention sickness and affliction, you will be inspired to pray daily and praise God always, staying in the word which will bring you into the very presence of God. You will also discover that your purpose and your destiny rides on the wings of prayer. Margaret C. Mullings is a unique woman with a passion for the presence of God. She also has a passion for hurting and lost souls. She is an encourager to the body of Christ, a prayer warrior, songwriter, and playwright, with new found love and appreciation for the performing arts. Margaret is the wife of Pastor Paul G. Mullings and the mother of four children.

Seeds of Hope

Author : Chris Campbell-Davis
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Come along on a journey with an 8-year old boy named Jimmy as he starts a new life filled with safety, healing and freedom from domestic abuse, beginning at the WCA's safe shelter.Jimmy is a fictional character and his story is based on what a young child might experience as he navigates his family's journey leaving an abusive situation and coming to a safe shelter. It was written by the WCA's Communications Manager, Chris Campbell-Davis, with input from the WCA's programs staff- specifically one of the clinicians who works with children and utilizes play therapy techniques.

Seeds of Hope

Author : William O. Sabel
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While he served in the Army Corps of Engineers during World War II, William Sabel dutifully wrote home to his parents in Chicago every week. More than half a century later, five years' worth of correspondence is featured in Seeds of Hope: An Engineer's World War II Letters. Sabel was 25 years old, single, and living on a poultry farm in Marshall County, Indiana, when he was drafted into military service in April 1941. As an officer in the Army Corps of Engineers he traveled overseas in January 1943 and served in the South Pacific for three years. When he returned home in February 1946, Sabel discovered that his mother had saved all of his letters, totaling about 300, in a box. In the early 1990s, when he became interested in computers, Sabel decided to compile all of his letters chronologically, a process that took about 14 months. This book details his various experiences, ranging from his unit's involvement in building hospitals and roads to interesting stories about crops such as watermelons and cucumbers for the hospital from seeds Sabel's parents had sent from home. Seed's of Hope: An Engineer's World War II Letters is funny, provocative, enlightening, and just a plain good read providing a glimpse behind the scenes of the war in the Pacific.

Tears Water the Seeds of Hope

Author : Kim Tews
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Inspiring story of a Midwest husband and wife who become disenchanted with the pursuit of the American Dream and embark on a journey that spans six countries and redefines their values and lives. The story begins in a small town in Wisconsin and weaves its way through South and Central America as the couple gathers an army of supporters and establishes an organization (Outreach for World Hope) to save the lives of children in the end stages of starvation in Guatemala. The narrative is filled with adventure and victories as the characters face seemingly hopeless situations, while hundreds of volunteers join mission teams to offer help through the programs of the ministry.

Seeds of Hope

Author : Henri J. M. Nouwen
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Seeds of Hope

Author : Susan Meadows
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Seeds of Hope

Author : Kristiana Gregory
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A diary account of 14-year-old Susanna Fairchild's life in 1849, when her father succumbs to gold fever on the way to establish his medical practice in Oregon after losing his wife and money on their steamship journey from New York. Includes an historical note. Originally published with Scholastic's Dear America series, "Seeds of Hope" shares characters from "Across the Wide and Lonesome Prairie: The Oregon Trail Diary of Hattie Campbell, 1847."

Seeds of Hope Bereavement and Loss Activity Book

Author : Caroline Jay
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'Life is full of changes; they happen all the time. Some changes are harder to cope with than others.' Seeds of Hope Bereavement and Loss Activity Book uses nature to help children understand death, loss and change in a gentle and honest way. Full of creative activities, such as choosing an insect or plant and using it to draw a life cycle, or making a paper memory tree of happy and sad memories, it helps children learn about loss and death, the cycle of life and how to cope with and express feelings of sadness and grief. This book is ideal for parents and carers, teachers, therapists and counsellors to use with children aged 5+ who have suffered any type of loss or are dealing with change, or who are bereaved.

Seeds of Hope

Author : Jane Goodall
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From world-renowned scientist Jane Goodall, as seen in the new National Geographic documentary Jane, comes a fascinating examination of the critical role that trees and plants play in our world. From world-renowned scientist Jane Goodall, as seen in the new National Geographic documentary Jane, comes a fascinating examination of the critical role that trees and plants play in our world. Seeds of Hope takes us from Goodall's home in England to her home-away-from-home in Africa, deep inside the Gombe forest, where she and the chimpanzees are enchanted by the fig and plum trees they encounter. She introduces us to botanists around the world, as well as places where hope for plants can be found, such as The Millennium Seed Bank. She shows us the secret world of plants with all their mysteries and potential for healing our bodies as well as Planet Earth. Looking at the world as an adventurer, scientist, and devotee of sustainable foods and gardening--and setting forth simple goals we can all take to protect the plants around us--Goodall delivers an enlightening story of the wonders we can find in our own backyards.

A Seed of Hope

Author : Anthony David Reid
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It is 2174 and Earth is a barren desert. All of humanity lives under a bubble that protects mankind from the sun’s deadly rays. A communist government controls everything. Strict laws forbid sports, television, and gatherings of more than five people. Life is one of mere existence. Yenej, who has been born into this dismal world. Is a young man who has been given an extraordinary opportunity. After being trained to understand the world in a way few people have ever considered, Yenej is sent back in time. Knowing, when he arrives in Iowa City Ia., that you can’t force people to change. He sets out to lead people to a new understanding of life. He begins teaching of the unity of all things. Will the seeds of hope he plants, in his lessons of love, unity, and respect, change today’s world and transform the future world he knows into a beautiful place? A Seed of Hope shares the thoughtful story of a gifted young man who is given an extraordinary opportunity to warn others about a bleak future that only they have the power to change.

Seeds of Hope

Author : Barbara Cameron
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They live in completely different worlds. Can love bring them together? Miriam Troyer has had a secret crush on Mark Byler since they were teenagers. She knows they can never have a relationship: Mark is a big-city attorney—an Englischer—and Miriam loves her quiet way of life in her Amish community. But when Mark unexpectedly shows up in Paradise, Pennsylvania, Miriam realizes it’s going to get a lot harder to hide her feelings. Even though Mark always loved visiting his grandfather’s farm as a boy, he’s convinced the Amish life is not for him. But when he suddenly finds himself out of a job and without direction, Mark heads back to the farm just in time to help with the harvest. Coming for a visit and coming to stay, however, are two very different things. Everything changes when Mark sees that Miriam, the girl he remembers from his youth, has grown into the kind of faith-filled woman he wants in his future. Could life in this simple world be right for Mark after all? Has Miriam finally found her happily ever after? True love sprouts from seeds of hope.

Seeds of Hope Seeds of Hate

Author : Donald A. Luidens
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Seeds of Hope Seeds of Resilience

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Seeds of Hope

Author : Sanitsudā ʻĒkkachai
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Collection of articles on effects of development and modernization on local communities in Thailand; published from 1987-1993, as feature series in English-language daily Bangkok post.