Hannah’s Hope
Paul H. Boge


6 x 9 - 272 Pages

Subtitle: A Mully Children’s Rescue Story

THIS IS THE TRUE STORY OF HANNAH, a happy and imaginative little girl growing up in rural Kenya. Suddenly Hannah and her little sister are left all alone with the passing of their parents, and they are faced with a desperate future. They find temporary refuge and hope for a better life with their grandparents. But that hope fades when their grandparents are not able to support the young girls.
In the midst of what seems like a despairing future, hope returns when Hannah and her sister meet a man called Daddy Mulli and his wife called Mommy Esther. Both girls are rescued by Mully Children’s Family, where Hannah discovers a new world of opportunity. She is given a safe dormitory to sleep in, schooling to pursue her dream of becoming a doctor, food and medical care, and a wonderful family of over 500 brothers and sisters. Hannah soon realizes she can be set free from her past and feels the excitement of a whole new future. In pursuing her dreams, Hannah learns the importance of friendships and the joy of serving others, and she discovers how her faith in Christ can sustain her in every challenge to become who she is designed to be.

PAUL H. BOGE taught at Mully Children’s Family home in Ndalani, Kenya. He is a practicing professional engineer and the author of seven books, including Father to the Fatherless: The Charles Mulli Story, Hope for the Hopeless: The Charles Mulli Mission, The Biggest Family in the World: The Charles Mulli Miracle (all award-winning books by Castle Quay Books), The Urban Saint: The Harry Lehotsky Story, as well as The Chicago Healer and The Cities of Fortune (also by Castle Quay Books). He lives in Winnipeg, Canada.

Hannah’s Hope is a wonderful glimpse into the life of one of the many, many destitute children that Mully Children’s Family has rescued.”
– Cathy Snowball, Board Member, MCF Canada
“This book is a must read for whoever wants to understand what impact MCF is having on individual impoverished marginalized orphaned children’s lives, such as Hannah’s.”
– Dr. David Rempel, Professor at IUBH, Bad Reichenhall, Germany

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  • ISBN: 978-1-927355-60-2
  • 1874 Units in Stock
  • Published By: Other

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 05 October, 2017.

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