Measure of Faith - Stories from Hope Haven - Book 8
About Stories from Hope Haven
The people of Hope Haven Hospital provide health-care support the way it is meant to be: top-botch, kind, loving, and complemented by friendship and God’s fellowship. Come live, love, pray, and hope with these amazing nurses as they face life-and-death challenges and stand in wonderment at the healing power of God’s grace.Book Description
Measure of Faith – Book 8
James Bell can’t wait to tell his wife Fern about the surprise he’s been planning: major renovations for a master bedroom on the ground floor of their house, so the stairs will be one less challenge Fern has to face with her multiple sclerosis. However, when James receives unexpected news form the bank, he’s forced to reevaluate not just the renovation but his family’s future in Deerford as well.
Meanwhile, Candace is worried Heath may be confiding in others and not her. What does this mean as they navigate their fragile new relationship? Anabelle’s daughter Ainslee seems to be going overboard trying to sterilize everything for her newborn, though there may be more to Ainslee’s anxiety than meets the eye. Elena must find the right way to tell her hopeful granddaughter that her recently reconnected parents won’t be getting married anytime soon, an Elena can’t help but wonder if there’s a way to make this little family whole.
At the hospital, the staff comes together to promote the governor’s new campaign, “Get Fit Illinois!” A special patient has all but given up hope that he can ever get healthy. Can nurses show him that anything is possible with God on his side?About the Author
Patricia H. Rushford has written numerous articles and authored more than forty-eight books, including What Kids Need most in a Mom, Have you Hugged Your Teenager Today? and It Shouldn’t Hurt to Be a Kid. She also has written a number of mystery series: Helen Bradley Mysteries, Angel Delaney Mysteries, McAllister Files and Jennie McGrady Mysteries. Patricia’s latest releases include The Max & Me Mysteries for children and Mystery and the Minister’s Wife: Strangers in Their Midst published by Guideposts Books. One of her mysteries, Silent Witness, was nominated for an Edgar Mystery Writers of America and won the Silver Angel for excellence in media. Patricia has a nursing degree and holds a master’s degree in counseling. In addition, she conducts writers workshops for adults and children, has appeared on numerous radio and TV talk shows, and directs the Oregon Christian Writers Conference. Visit her at www.patriciarushford.com.Book Details
Author: Patricia H. Rushford
Page Count: 255pages