Navigation

Hope's Work: Facing the future in an age

Author: David Gee
Pub Date: 27/05/2021
Hope is a determination to live for what is worth living for today, whatever tomorrow may bring. In the bleakest of times hope may seem beyond our grasp, but David Gee's stirring book helps us to see where we might find it.
ISBN: 9781913657031
Availability: Out of Stock

£9.99



Product description
Hope is a determination to live for what is worth living for today, whatever tomorrow may bring. In the bleakest of times hope may seem beyond our grasp, but David Gee's stirring book helps us to see where we might find it, step-by-step, moment-by-moment, in ourselves, in those alongside us, and in the world around us. Hope's Work is written to re-fresh and re-engage people who struggle to keep faith with hope in an age of violence and crisis, and is essential reading for our times. Drawing on stories of hope and resistance from past and present, this short, beautifully-designed book goes in search of what is worth living and working for, even as the future becomes harder to face.
Related Books
Customers who bought this item also bought

Dining with diplomats, praying with gunmen

£10.00
This book sheds light on a fascinating yet little-known area of Quaker work: international conciliation. It examines the quiet, patient but determined processes that underpin their work, and its place in a changing world.

Quaker Quicks - In STEP with Quaker Test

£6.99
Margaret Fell was an inspiring and practical leader in the early Quaker movement in 17th-century England. Remembered as the wife of George Fox, her writings have been largely forgotten. This book brings them to life again.

Quaker Star Enamel Badge

£2.50
Quaker Star Enamel Pin Badge - The proceeds from the sale of this badge will help support the work of Quakers in Britain. Expected back in stock March 2017.