What can one committed Christian accomplish in a world of great need? The story of Mother Teresa, now approaching the ten-year anniversary of her death, provides a glowing example. Known as the ""Missionary of Charity,"" she served the destitute of Calcutta, India, winning the Nobel Peace Prize and speaking boldly for families and against abortion. This easy-reading, novelized biography of Mother Teresa shows readers what dedication to God can accomplish, while topically-arranged excerpts from her public speeches will challenge readers in their faith.
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What can one committed Christian accomplish in a world of great need? You'll see in To Find Hope--the biography and excerpted speeches of Mother Teresa.About the Author:
SAM WELLMAN is a freelance writer from McPherson, Kansas. He has written more than thirteen titles in the Heroes of the Faith series. ;;;
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Book Description Barbour Publishing, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1597898562