Format: Trade Paperback
Religion - Christian Life - Inspirational
Blind Hope is about more than rescuing a dog from a neglectful owner but it's also about a woman who ends up learning more about herself and the God who loves her than she expected. She ends up learning about why she takes risks with her life, why she can't trust others and why she can't trust God to provide her with what she needs and wants more than anything.
Blind Hope is a good book to leave in the bathroom, on the end table, in the guest room and it's a great book to read with your kids 12+. There are some parts kids will have questions about but you can take the time to explain the answers and use those questions to help your children to form an opinion about right and wrong. The book is a quick read even though it's 208 pages long. It moves fast and is chock full of good advice, scripture and has a wonderful section on what Christ's sacrifice means to us.
Juvenile Fiction - Religious - Christian - Fantasy
Fiction - Christian - General