The Language of Hope, Finding the Way Through

Examining the many facets of hope found in both Scripture and in daily life, The Language of Hope... guides the reader to a new awareness that hope can be found despite crushing realities, by throwing aside obstacles in our thinking, attitudes, or behavior that hold us captive. "Instructive, practical, a treasure to savor slowly." More

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About Beth Weikel

Beth Weikel's Biography

I’ve been the mother of two talented and godly sons of which my husband and I are grateful to God for and am the grandmother of a curious and outgoing seven year old, Ian’s son. Jonathan was nearly eight months old when a roadside IED killed his daddy during his second tour in Iraq, while doing his command with Ghost Troop.

I’ve been a pastor’s wife, published writer of articles and features and editor of a Christian newsmagazine, a secondary English teacher in public school for over twenty years, a volunteer in ministry efforts and civic affairs that support healthy community. Since my retirement from full-time employment, I’ve rediscovered time to enjoy my continuing interest in art, photography, music, gardening and design. My husband and I each facilitate small group discipleship studies most of the year. In the past six years God has been my Sustainer, Rock, and Friend who has brought me through a series of losses I would have never imagined. I am a Bible student and teacher.

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