Becoming Mama (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
224
Utgivningsdatum
2019-10-01
Förlag
Harvest House Publishers,U.S.
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780736977654
Becoming Mama (häftad)

Becoming Mama

How I Found Hope in Haiti's Rubble

Häftad Engelska, 2019-10-01
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A Courageous Yes When Yvrose fled her native Haiti for the United States, she couldn't imagine she'd return. After suffering multiple miscarriages, she struggled to build a new life. In a desperate moment, she finally met Jesus-uttering her first "yes" to God. That one yes became many when she couldn't forget the faces of the children she saw in a recurring dream. Finally, a trip to Haiti brought her dream to life when she became Mama to the many children left with no home after a catastrophic earthquake devastated the nation. Becoming Mama tells the incredible story of one woman who had the courage to lay everything aside in answer to God's call. You will be encouraged by God's overwhelming faithfulness to Yvrose's every yes to God, and learn you don't have to sell everything or travel to far-off places to make a difference. All you need is an open heart ready to say yes to His call.
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Yvrose Telfort Ismael, is the recipient of a William Jefferson Clinton Goodwill for Haiti award. She is known as Mama to 37 children born of her heart. She and her husband, Pierre-Richard, co-founded Hope House, the children's home they established in the aftermath of Haiti's 2010 catastrophic earthquake. HopeHouseHaiti.com Craig Borlase is a New York Times bestselling author who crafts dramatic, engaging memoirs. His collaborators include a two-time GRAMMY winning songwriter, an Iranian refugee who spent four months in a Turkish jail, a female transatlantic rower, a World War II veteran, and a former Muslim woman who was one week away from becoming a suicide bomber.