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The House of Hope by Elisabeth Gifford
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Dec 01, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: won, memoir, non-fiction, china, missionary
Read on February 22, 2012

I am very fortunate to have receved this book, the House of Hope by Elizabeth Gifford as a First Reads Giveaway. This is a truly inspirational book. It tells of Joyce and Robin Hill, who, at age fifty, changed their lives and made many children's lives happier and healthier by taking in sick children and starting a foster care program in their home.This project lead them to expand their project to a much bigger place where many more children could be cared for.

This book shows how God can use those who will make themselves available, how he will supply their needs, It shows that there is hope. It tells story after story about poor, abandoned, sick children who were cared for through this couple's vision and how many have been placed with adoptive families.

i enjoyed reading this book and would recommend it to everyone.
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