Words of hope Words of hope, part of the Faith for life collection, pairs verses from the Bible and from well-know.. Product #: WOH-933-999-1650-B021 Regular price: $27.27 $27.27
Words of hope

Words of hope

Words of hope is part of the Faith for life collection (devotional series) and pairs verses from the Bible and from well-known hymns and choruses, with beautiful images.

In Words of hope, each A4 landscape card is an opportunity to consider a different aspect of God’s goodness to us. The cards can be enjoyed in one-to-one or group devotional settings, or individually.

The 12 double-sided cards in Words of hope are printed on sturdy, quality art board and specially coated for extra endurance. 

$30.00
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Why Faith for life resources?

Faith endures through every season of life, including for people living with dementia. Faith for life acknowledges the profound dignity of the person with dementia, their desire to express and explore faith while also recognising changing needs. Using simple, uncluttered design and familiar and much-loved references, the Faith for life suite of resources enables engagement with the Bible and Christian practice, supporting ongoing spiritual growth.

Endorsements

'This resource enables people with dementia and those offering support, to hold on to God even when the memory of God can seem elusive and difficult.' - Professor John Swinton, award winning author of Dementia: Living in the memories of God.

About the authors

Linda Barclay works in HammondCare’s Policy and Planning Office. From a theological and creative writing background, Linda has spent the past 15 years working for communications organisations in Australia and the UK. Her love of storytelling has led her to explore how we capture and articulate who we are as individuals, communities and organisations. Linda believes finding new ways to open up the stories that are important to people is a fascinating aspect of holistic care.

Rebecca Forbes is a projects coordinator in HammondCare’s Policy and Planning Office. During her seven years in the aged and dementia care field she has been involved in significant policy, research and service development, as well as planning and coordinating specialist carer training programs. Rebecca says working alongside carers and finding creative ways to support them is one of the best parts of her job.