Making a Mark book
by Eddie Askew & Jenny Hawke;
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Making a Mark book
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which includes Biblical, traditional, Celtic and Gaelic blessings - all
beautifully illustrated with awe-inspiring photos of Gods creation. I
pray that our Lord Jesus Christ will be kind to you and will bless your
life! Philippians 4:23.
Making a Mark book by Eddie Askew & Jenny Hawke was published by The Leprosy Mission in January 2010 and is our 3074th best seller. The ISBN for Making a Mark book is 9780902731868.
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Making a MarkMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
Jenny Hawke, an artist herself, suggested to her father over a number of years that he write a book about art. After his death his daughters found a box full of scraps of paper on which he had jotted thoughts in preparation for a book such as this. Making a Mark’ is therefore truly the realisation of Eddie Askew’s own vision for a book.
A quick flick through brings a smile to the face as you recognise the familiar style of Eddie’s watercolours, then as you settle down for a closer look you enter into his thoughts and prayers and make them your own. Jenny Hawke has written her own commentary alongside her father’s thoughts, prayers and paintings making this a truly inspirational farewell to a much loved man.
This is a book like the others before it, to keep by you and look at again and again.
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|Page last updated||29th September 2016|
|Author / Artist||Eddie Askew & Jenny Hawke|
|Publisher||The Leprosy Mission (January 2010)|