With God’s Little Book of Hope, words of refreshment and encouragement are always at hand, and they will bring renewed inspiration and vigour to our daily lives.
‘What a caterpillar calls the end, the rest of the world calls a butterfly.’
When times are hard we struggle to find purpose and meaning, and we need reassurance. This is when hope is most valuable, yet can seem so hard to find.
There are people dying with no hope and, perhaps even worse, people living with no hope … and yet in the midst of such a seemingly dark and gloomy outlook, there is a ray of light. We can experience life and be optimistic of a bright future and a hopeful tomorrow. It is God’s desire that we live life abundantly, but how can we do this
Open this little book at any page, and the answers will be provided, enabling you to experience a life worth living.
Richard A. Daly
||Richard was working as a missionary in Pacific Marshall Islands when he decided to become a full-time minister. On returning to the UK, he attended Newbold College, Bracknell where he gained a BA in Theology and an MA in Religion. Now an ordained minister, Richard presently serves in Gloucestershire.
During his ministry Richard has authored a volume entitled "A Little Book of Bible Promises" published by Harper Collins, in 1996, and has also written a number of articles, published in various Christian magazines. A second book entitled "God's Little Book of Calm" has proved to be very popular 2007 saw further installments in the God's Little Book series on . . . Love, Hope, Peace.
As a Samaritan Volunteer, Richard particularly enjoys focusing on the ministry of encouragement and reconciliation, reaching out to those in need.
Richard has led a number of tours to the Holy Land and Egypt and naturally enjoys travelling. He also served as a Chaplain in the 2004 Athens Olympic Games.