Hope Flinchbaugh is a freelance writer and homeschooling mom from Pennsylvania. She authored Daughter of China, a novel based on true stories of religious persecution in China and women who face the one-child policy there. Daughter of Chin received a Catherine Marshall Christy Award of Excellence in 2003. Hope’s nonfiction book, Spiritually Parenting Your Preschooler, was released in August, 2003. She is a contributor to Soul Matters, a series released in bookstores and Sam’s Clubs in 2005. Across the China Sky was released in 2006.
Last year Hope acquired the History Making Publishing Company.Through her company, she is publishing a series of books that reveal today’s heroes, champions of the 21st century who dare us to dream and inspire us to act. The first series of books will feature the stories of children from various parts of the world who’ve been rescued by a miracle only God could do. The first book in this series, Out of North Korea, a Korean Boy Tells His Rescue Story in Pictures, was released in August, 2011.
Hope also helped launch a weekly radio broadcast into China called Voice of Hope, which airs live every Friday evening in China at 8:30 PM and live in the USA at 7:30 AM every Friday morning. The broadcast is in both English and Chinese. You can check it out at www.blogtalkradio.com/voiceofhope.
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