The Promise of Hope by Edward Grinnan
How True Stories of Hope and Inspiration Saved My Life and How They Can Transform Yours

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The editor-in-chief of Guideposts magazine presents life-changing stories--incluidng his own recovery from addiction an depression--that demonstrate the simple keys to personal change and fulfillment. Years of listening to other people's stories of going through tough times, hoping to overcome difficult odds, or trying to find a way to make a difference in the world brought Edward Grinnan to the undersanding that personal change is vital to achieving success. In each chaper of this book, he weaves the tales of other people with his own story to reveal how each of us can learn about the keys to powerful personal change. He shows these principles at work in his own personal struggle with alcoholism, and how he has learned through his own missteps to accept change and become the person he was meant to be.

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Now, for the first time, Edward Grinnan, the man who guides one of America's best-loved magazines, Guideposts, tells his inspiring story-of his handicapped brother, the resilient faith of his mother, and his own dramatic recovery from a battle with addiction and depression. It was a recovery made possible by family, friends, mysterious strangers and, most of all, a God intent on opening him to change and redemption. Read The Promise of Hope, and you, too, will find purpose, direction, and hope in your own life.
Published March 25, 2011 by Guideposts. 288 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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But that's the setting and framework for Edward Grinnan's very personal story, which anchors THE PROMISE OF HOPE.

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