Hugs for the Hurting: Stories, Sayings, and Scriptures to Encourage and

Hugs for the Hurting: Stories, Sayings, and Scriptures to Encourage and

by John Smith
     
 
Hugs communicate so much -- and they're especially important for the hurting. hugs express understanding, empathy, commitment, and a passing of strength from one to another. Every hurting person needs to feel the comfort and warmth that flows through a hug.

The pages of this very special book are filled with all kinds of hugs that are written to strengthen the

Overview

Hugs communicate so much -- and they're especially important for the hurting. hugs express understanding, empathy, commitment, and a passing of strength from one to another. Every hurting person needs to feel the comfort and warmth that flows through a hug.

The pages of this very special book are filled with all kinds of hugs that are written to strengthen the heart of the hurting. Whether it's a warm, encouraging story by John William Smith, an inspirational quote by a well-known person, a powerful, personalized Scripture by LeAnn Weiss, or one of the many inspirational messages by an "anonymous disciple," you'll find that these hugs reach deeply into the heart and say just what's needed.

Whether it's for you or a cherished one who's hurting, share a hug that will last a lifetime.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781476745565
Publisher:
Howard Books
Publication date:
04/06/2013
Series:
Hugs Series
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
5.10(w) x 6.90(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author

John Smith wrote five books in the Hugs series. In addition to Hugs for Mom, he authored Hugs for Dad, Hugs to Encourage and Inspire, Hugs for the Hurting, and Hugs for the Holidays. He has been a preacher and teacher for more than forty years and taught public school at the junior and senior high level; he also taught at the college and university level. He is an in-demand speaker for graduations, as well as for athletic, education, fund-raising events. He and his wife, Kila, live in Huntsville, Oklahoma, and his three adult children are scattered about the country.

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