In the Hollow of His Hand by Gorman Woodfin
Amazing Stories of God's Care

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In these chilling true stories, Gorman Woodfin celebrates God's powerful intervention in terrifying circumstances and the heroic reactions of those who suffered the traumas. Beth faced a parent's worst nightmare when her son was murdered; John and Glenys were caught in the crossfire when a neighbor's husband shot her; Reesee was a vibrant preacher's daughter until she was raped at gunpoint -- yet each of these individuals not only survived but moved into amazing ministry as a result of God's healing power. A dramatic and inspiring read for everyone who knows that truth is stranger -- and more exciting -- than fiction!
 

About Gorman Woodfin

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Gorman Woodfin is a Virginia native and appears regularly on The 700 Club. With a wide-ranging television career, Gorman has produced major national award shows, acted extensively on stage, helped raise funds for local PBS programming, hosted various CBN and regional cable productions, and appeared in various regional and local commercials.
 
Published October 10, 2001 by Multnomah Books. 160 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Woodfin warns readers that his compilation of true, dramatic stories does not lend itself to cozy bedtime reading.

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