Book Review by Georgia Herod (Guest Post)

Just think about these scenarios: you lose your job, there’s more month than money, the doctor gives the diagnosis, your spouse says he’s leaving, your teenage daughter announces she’s pregnant, a neighbor calls to tell you your house is on fire, the phone rings in the middle of the night. Numerous other possibilities can set our hearts to pound and our breath to stall. What do we need most? Someone to walk alongside us, to encourage us, to do the daily chores, to pick up the kids at school, to help us pick up the pieces—and make it through the next hour, the next day, the next week.

Most of all we need HOPE. We need someone who will bring that hope. Kathe Wunnenberg knows how significant that need is. Because she has a heart of compassion, she is a hopelifter. Throughout the book Kathe shares stories which will inspire you to become the hands and feet of Jesus.

Because Kathe has experienced multiple losses and life challenges; she knows what hurting people need. This book will challenge readers to become intentional as they serve others. Writing out of her own grief, Kathe has compiled a list of “Recipes of Hope” which will give you ideas for being a hopelifter to broken hearts. You may determine to develop your own group of hopelifters. An inspiring read.

Georgia gave this book:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Georgia Harrod is a literary aficionado and a reviewer of books you can catch on Goodreads. Georgia thank you so much for this lovely contribution. Blessings and peace.

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