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Ben Edson

If you want more resources such as images, reading etc. have a look here http://www.howies.co.uk/content.php?xSecId=19 .It's the howies summer 06 catalogue that was themed on hope. We used some of the stories and images from there. The prayers were focused around prayer as a nieve hope...Also have a look at the story of Pandoras Box on Wiki. A story of how hope entered the world and why we always need hope.


thanks ben


I think it's beautiful the way she takes modern expressions of "wish-list" stuff and adopts them into the theological/ biblical language of the steadfastness of God. My favorite line is "Where we don’t have to take the rough with the smooth". Good stuff. thus spoke churchpundit!

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