Published September 15, 1999
by Beacon Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||200|
In the book, an author who is obviously an awakened intellectual, struggles with the double edged sword of unfortunately being fully aware and completely mindful of the world's problems. When his children accurately reflect back his worldview, he finds himself in a cul-de-sac of despair and thus begins a hunt to find hope without being Cited by: 5. I find this "Hunting for Hope" book awful. It's like that Barbara Ehrenreich "holy shit, poor people exist and they're JUST LIKE US" Nickled & Dimed book, only if she hadn't bothered to even do a bit of slumming by working as a waitress, maid, and Walmart cashier, but rather just ran into a waitress on the street and almost said "hi."/5. Nika Maples is a writer, speaker, and stroke survivor with one vital message: Keep going. Author of Twelve Clean Pages, Hunting Hope, and Everyday Genesis. Hunting for Hope begins with a hiking trip in the Rockies meant to get at the root of the strife between the author and his teenage son. On their first day in the mountains, Jesse lashes out: "You look at any car, and all you think is pollution, traffic, roadside crap. You say fast food's poisoning our bodies and TV's poisoning our make me feel the planet's dying, and people are 4/5(2).
Hope is not an accident. Hunting it takes courage. Moses had every reason to despair, but he never faltered in his pursuit of hope. The Apostle Paul's letters to the Corinthians are the perfect example of one who hunts hope through 'troubles and hardships and calamities of every kind.'Navigating our dark seasons is never easy. By showing us how to hunt for hope, Nika Maples encourages us to /5(11). In Hunting for Hope he discovers reasons for optimism: the healing powers in nature, culture, community, and each of us. "This is one of the rare books in which hope seems reasonable, and the grace and economy of the prose nourish the parched spirit." -Robert Taylor, The Boston GlobeBrand: Beacon Press. Hunting for Hope is an attempt to shed some light on a world that can be perceived to be very dark indeed, particularly from the generation coming of age and those waiting in the wings. It is a work that addresses the idea that Generation X doesn’t have to lead to Generation O! September / 5/5. After an angry confrontation with his son on a hiking trip intended to restore their relationship, Scott Sanders realizes that his own despair has darkened his son's world. In Hunting for Hope he sets out to gather his own reasons for facing the future with hope, finding powers of healing in nature, in culture, in community, in spirit, and within each of us.
A USA and New York Times best-selling author, Helena Hunting is known for her unique writing style and contemporary romance novels. As a highly gifted author, Helena Hunting has managed to pen down an exceedingly tender and emotional book series, the Clipped Wings and a brand new romantic and funny book series, Pucked. In Hunting for Hope he discovers reasons for optimism: the healing powers in nature, culture, community, and each of us. "This is one of the rare books in which hope seems reasonable, and the grace and economy of the prose nourish the parched spirit." -Robert Taylor, The Boston Globe4/5(2). Hunting Hope suggests that there are signs of spring to be found in every dark winter season in our lives. Through real life examples and biblical insight, Nike Maples uses illustrations from her own life and from the lives of others to show that, in Christ, there is always hope, even in hardship. Immediate download and read free of charge Hunting for Hope: A Father's Journeys book by clicking the web link above. Excellent testimonies have actually been given for the Hunting for Hope: A Father's Journeys book. This book is truly helpful and also certainly add to our information after reading it.