Hope Shouts Louder


Brought to us from the Free Methodist Church UK:

“Have you ever wondered where to find hope when life doesn’t go to plan? We are two ordinary women who have entrusted our lives to an extraordinary God (sometimes through gritted teeth). In these pages we share from our hearts the highs and the lows, the joys and the heartache and the intricate ways God has been at work through it all to bring about good. Our aim is to draw alongside you in your own journey, and we pray that hope rises within as you discover God in all your circumstances.

We’ve included devotional style questions for you to delve deeper, and creative space to allow your thoughts and prayers to flow as you reflect on your own experiences.

We pray that these stories inspire you to see how our awesome God is at work in the everyday details of your life, even in the mundane and the painful. Our experience is that as we trust God to use everything in our lives for His good and glory, hope truly does shout louder.”

About the Authors:

Becky Townley lives in Bristol, UK, with her husband, John. She was a primary school teacher for 21 years before getting married in 2008, aged 43. She enjoys time with family and friends, the beach, “home improvements”, bargain shopping and travelling adventures.

Rosie Godfrey lives in Cornwall, UK, with her husband Pete, her three children and her lovable dog, Evie. She spends her days home-schooling and enjoying all the trips and adventures that brings with it. She loves family dinners, coffee with friends, beach trips, woodland walks and especially reading a good book with a cup of tea and a sleepy dog at her feet.

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