The House of Hope

God's love for the abandoned orphans of China

£8.99

ISBN: 9780857210593 Categories: ,

ISBN: 9780857210593

Publication date: June 17, 2011

Format: Paperback

Extent: 224 pages

Dimensions: 198mm(length) 130mm(width)

Imprint: Monarch Books

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In Stock. Estimated delivery time: 7-10 days.

This book describes how Robin and Joyce Hill gave up their wealthy expatriate life in China to take sick and abandoned orphans into their home. They have rescued about 1,000 children to date. In 1998 the Hills planned to leave. Instead they felt God calling them to stay in China and set up a foster home for unwanted babies. The couple – with their two youngest children – moved into a tiny apartment miles outside Beijing, setting up the first cot in the dining room. In October 2000 Hope Foster Home received its first children. Many needed medical assistance and would be unlikely to survive under the existing state system. Some were abandoned on the streets or left under bridges. As news spread, so help arrived – including support from singer/songwriter Steven Curtis Chapman. Now directors of Child Welfare Institutes across China have asked Joyce and Rob to step in. This is a riveting example of how one couple have changed hundreds of lives.

Meet the author: Ms Elisabeth Gifford

Liz Gifford has written articles for the Times and Independent newspapers on education, and is currently completing an MA in Creative Writing at Royal Holloway University with Sir Andrew Motion.


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