Hot Apple Cider

Hot Apple Cider

Words to Stir the Heart and Warm the Soul

Book - 2008
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A middle-aged woman wakes up in the middle of the Australian outback and discovers her husband lying comatose beside her. A young doctor questions God s will after losing his devout grandmother to breast cancer. A lonely waitress stuck in a small town wonders how God could possibly use her. A missionary in Africa, dedicated to serving God, has a horrific car accident that leaves him brain-damaged. A shy twelve-year-old girl struggles with the idea that God wants her to write a letter to the editor of the local newspaper telling people God loves them. In every instance these ordinary people discovered that God was waiting to dry their tears and help them see His plan for their lives, a plan where good eventually emerged from the hurt and confusion. Hot Apple Cider is an inspirational anthology by 30 Canadian authors who are Christian, including Carolyn Arends, Mark Buchanan, Keith Clemons, Grace Fox, Sheila Wray Gregoire and Denyse O Leary. They've learned that dependence on God creates the character and insights that produce a deep, rich faith. The thought-provoking and honest accounts in this book will stir your heart and warm your soul. So unwind with a copy of Hot Apple Cider and let the stories surprise you, make you laugh and inspire you to have a deeper relationship with God."
Publisher: Markham, Ont. : That's Life! Communications, c2008
ISBN: 9780978496302
Branch Call Number: 242 HOT 2008 22
Characteristics: 295 p. : ill., ports. ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Lindquist, N. J.
Nelles, Wendy E.


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