New Book Release: Miracle on Hope Hill

04 Nov
Published by Carol

Do you believe that God still works miracles? 

Miracle on Hope Hill is a book of true stories I wrote in partnership with my sister, Jennie Afman Dimkoff about amazing ways that God has worked in the lives of ordinary people.  Life is full of "God Moments," yet amidst the hustle and bustle of daily life we often overlook such moments, perhaps calling them a stroke of good fortune, or taking credit for the unexpected blessing as simply "our due."   Miracle on Hope Hill reveals that when we take the time to learn from these events, we discover how ever-present God is in each of our lives.

Over the past few years I've collected stories about large and small miracles that have happened in the lives of people I’ve met as I travel and speak.  I marvel at the way God reaches down and gives us “His kiss” in the middle of challenging circumstances.  I’ve also realized that some of us don’t get what we would call “the miracle we are praying for" in this lifetime—but because Jesus lives, there will be a day when all tears are wiped away.
 

Miracle on Hope Hill (Howard Books) is filled with stories of romance, heartache, tragedy and celebration--each pointing to the hope God displays through His love, intervention, and blessings.  Martin DeHaan, of RBC Ministries, and the international publisher of Our Daily Bread said, "When family, friends or congregations can share together the kind of true stories that Carol and Jennie tell in Miracle on Hope Hill, they have found a way of saying together that, even in our darkest moments, there is hope."

This book is written in a devotional style with a key quotation and a significant scripture attached to each story.  If you are looking for a Christmas gift that will provide lasting spiritual value in written form, check out this book.  It is available at all on-line e-tailers or in the shop on my website.

Question:  What is the biggest miracle you have experienced in your life?

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