A collection of 21 stories of ordinary Kiwis who have struggled through and overcome great trauma and moved on to help others – victims of cancer, paralysis, violence, cerebral palsy, burns, child abuse, sexual abuse, blindness...
This book will inspire you as it examines the ‘undaunted human spirit’ and gives us practical suggestions on how to turn trials into triumphs.
At any time any one of us could be in a similar situation. How would we cope?
"An uplifting and trendously encouraging read" - Garth George, NZ Herald columnist
"A treasure which will encourage and inspire many people... a catalyst for reflection on the nature of hope in the midst of suffering" - Rev Dr Graham Redding, Moderator, Presbyterian Church of NZ
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