About Having Faith and Losing Joy
Tate Publishing, 2007 - 233 pages
What was missing from Hannah Kingston's life? Was it the children she was never able to carry? Was it her secret desire to join the missionaries in Africa? Why couldn't she just accept the life God had given her? Or perhaps her uneasiness was the Spirit preparing her for a life she never dreamed possible. Join Hannah as her life is transformed through tragedy, friendship, trust and love. About Having Faith and Losing Joy will take you on a journey of faith that will leave you with tears of both sorrow and joy.
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