Hurting Hope Paperback
What parents feel when their children suffer
by Charles and Joanne Hewlett;
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In this book Charles and Joanne Hewlett share honestly about parenthood dominated by sickness, disability, suffering, death and grief. Their strong Christian faith gives them hope, but the pain and the misunderstanding and the struggle still has to be lived, one day at a time. This gritty book is essential reading for all carers, nurses, counsellors and others who support families with disabled children.
This book gives an insight into the feelings of a mother and father caring for their children through illness, disability, and death.
Hurting Hope by Charles and Joanne Hewlett was published by Piquant in May 2011 and is our 54774th best seller. The ISBN for Hurting Hope is 9781903689745.
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Hurting HopeBarry Mason, via The Good Book Stall
This book is not exactly the sort of book you would accidentally end up reading. The honesty of Charles & Joanne Hewlett as they share some snippets of their journey as parents to two children with severe physical and mental disabilities, and subsequently a third child born very prematurely, are a tough read at times. In reading their shared thoughts, I cannot help but feel I know them and feel touched by their story as though I am part of it. They share their successes as well as their failures, and generously reveal some of their insights from the whole journey. They never preach, but rather confess their awareness of, struggles with, and ultimately thankfulness for God’s hand in their lives. With that in mind, I will be giving this book to my own sister in the hope that it will help her relate to others who face the challenges she has in parenting my nephew who has Lowes Syndrome. The story flows so well, that you want to just keep reading on, and despite the challenging content, it is easy to do so, due to the conversational style of the narrative.
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Details for Hurting Hope
|Author / Artist||Charles and Joanne Hewlett|
|Publisher||Piquant (May 2011)|
|Number of Pages||152|
|Page last updated||13th September 2017|