Kim Meeder
Bridge Called Hope: Stories of Triumph from the Ranch of Rescued Dreams
May 15, 2020 Comments.. 569
Bridge Called Hope: Stories of Triumph from the Ranch of Rescued Dreams Kim Meeder Cross Over Troubled Waters Hope is like the stars always there, yet shining brightest in the blackest of nights It is like the dawn, always rising anew Hope is for everyone, and that includes you This collection of than twenty true stories from a ranch of rescued dreams unveils the heart of true strength and the character of genuine courage Experience for yourselfCross Over Troubled Waters Hope is like the stars always there, yet shining brightest in the blackest of nights It is like the dawn, always rising anew Hope is for everyone, and that includes you This collection of than twenty true stories from a ranch of rescued dreams unveils the heart of true strength and the character of genuine courage Experience for yourself the kind of love and hope that change a person from the inside out Because sometimes, just believing in someone is enough for them to start believing in themselves It s the galvanizing truth that no matter how deep your pain God s love exceeds it still Sometimes, just believing in someone is enough for them to start believing in themselves Without raising his eyes to look at me, in a voice barely clearing the horizon of a whisper, he said, I know you don t love me You just say that cuz you re an adult and it s kinda like your job But I know you don t really love me Suffering and blessing balance on the same high wire, each giving stability and depth to the other The one that we feel the most is ultimately the one that we give the most It was her eyes that gave her away The conflict of her mortal illness versus her will raged behind them Her body shouted, I m sick and it s getting harder and harder to do the things I love while her indomitable will shouted back, Yeah, but I m just a little kid, and little kids should get to ride horses What a relief it is when we begin to understand that it is within our hardships that truth is elevated from our hearts to our heads During the darkest days I d ever known, I was introduced to the unconditional love of a little horse and a merciful God, and my life has never been the same, says author Kim Meeder And her book proves that hope is not only for us to keep but to give Stirring, encouraging, and inspirational, Bridge Called Hope reminds us that hope is heaven sent for everyone, and that we, too, can make a positive difference in others lives Eric Close, Actor Kim Meeder vibrantly shares and lives an amazing story of hope and restoration A triumph of recovery for wounded hearts Louie Giglio, Director, Passion Conferences, and bestselling author Story Behind the Book I was moved to write Hope Rising and Bridge Called Hope because, when I needed it the most, someone shared hope with me and it saved my life During the darkest days I d ever known, I was introduced to the unconditional love of a little horse and a merciful God, and my life has never been the same Everything in our life is about choices We cannot control our circumstances, but we can control how we choose to feel about them The pain that we feel in this life is certain What is equally certain is how we choose to feel about the pain It can destroy us or it can define us The choice is uniquely ours Kim Meeder. Bridge Called Hope Stories of Triumph from the Ranch of Rescued Dreams Cross Over Troubled Waters Hope is like the stars always there yet shining brightest in the blackest of nights It is like the dawn always rising anew Hope is for everyone and that includes you This
  • Title: Bridge Called Hope: Stories of Triumph from the Ranch of Rescued Dreams
  • Author: Kim Meeder
  • ISBN: 9781590526552
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bridge Called Hope: Stories of Triumph from the Ranch of Rescued Dreams Kim Meeder

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    1. Andrea says:

      This book was just ok it would have been better without all the religious stuff I didn t know the book was about religion I thought it was going to be about horse rescue stories.

    2. Lindsay says:

      I enjoyed this book than the first I love how the ranch became a home to many.

    3. Jessica says:

      Just a few days ago, I finished reading a book by Kim Meeder, called Bridge of Hope.Kim Meeder and her husband Troy run a ranch called Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch, in Oregon They rescue abused, mistreated and dying horses help them recover, and then pair them with children in need.This book is full of touching, inspiring, and real stories about horses and the way they have touched the hearts and lives of hurting children and youth It is written in a very easy to read style and often include words [...]

    4. Sherry says:

      This book is a second in a series The first is entitled, Hope Rising I loved both books They are so inspirational and embody their titles of Hope They are the true stories of troubled children brought to Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch to connect with the horses there The connection between human and these beautiful animals is undeniable Healing comes to both child and beast as they learn to trust and forgive the inhuman treatment they have both endured A must read for any animal lover such as myself. [...]

    5. Danae says:

      Just as inHope Rising Stories from the Ranch of Rescued Dreams , many of these stories made me cry.I was disappointed by a few errors that should have been caught by an editor, and there were a couple of sentences that I found confusing I don t remember having those issues with the previous book.But, same as the first, it s filled with wonderful stories and I enjoyed it.

    6. Susan Miller says:

      Inspirational stories about hope, healing, the power of prayer and God s infinite goodness helping others with the help of horses Horses have a wonderful way of letting people see what they need in the subtle nuances of their body language This ranch helps build a bridge between the horses, many of them rescued from less than ideal situations, and people that also need to be rescued from different situations A nice compilation of stories that resolve around the ranch.

    7. icecheeks411 says:

      I really like this book I first read it at a summer camp I worked at It was a youth ranch for under privalliged kids and the goal of the ranch is to achieve something like Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch in this book This book is really insparational and just makes me smile and sometimes cry The Hope really is Rising, from the spark, from the flame and from the ashes.

    8. Karin says:

      It was an interesting book about how horses are rescued from abusive homes and rehabilitated It s also about children who bond with these horses and learn to love and have hope and belief in themselves.It lost a point because it was way too religious It did not sell itself as a religious book but as a horse or children whose lives are affected by horse book.

    9. Lisa Ostreim says:

      I really enjoyed this book True to the title, this book is filled with stories of hope From the first few sentences on I was completely drawn in and imagining the ranch in my mind with each chapter I read I was so encouraged and intrigued by reading this book that I now have a dream of going to the ranch and hopefully volunteering someday.

    10. Jan Sydnam says:

      A must read for horse lovers Kim is a talented author that brings home the emotion of each event as she and her husband care for horses that teach young and disabled riders an opportunity to learn about real love.

    11. C.J. Darlington says:

      Another inspiring book by Kim Meeder My favorite stories are the ones showing how horses touch the lives of the kids at the ranch Occasionally Kim will wax eloquent a little bit longer than the story might need, but there s spiritual meat in her words that can impact greatly Recommended.

    12. Kiya Cratty says:

      This book is so very encouraging to any who have struggled in life from deaths, to illnesses, from loss of homes, to missed friends and It is a book that almost anyone I m sure can relate too And it is so very moving.

    13. Donna says:

      Can t say enough about this book and her other like it, Hope Rising The emotional healing that takes place for both abused neglected horses and children is captured in this book It is a book I will treasure and re read through the years.

    14. Alicia says:

      The unconditional love of horses towards children who are hurting and the joy and love between them a must read also.

    15. Loraine says:

      Sequel to Hope Rising and continues the inspirational story of horses and at risk lives helping one another.

    16. Nikki Waltrowski says:

      We can all have hope and make a difference in someone s life This book really touched my heart.

    17. Kendall L says:

      I found this book very emotional and uplifting If you are a person who likes to read about good morals and faith, this is the book for you

    18. Naomi says:

      I liked the first one better, but this was still a good read.

    19. Cherise says:

      i have only read 2 chapters but i love how the people and the horses connect.

    20. Jeannie says:

      Beautifully written and inspiring short stories I cried than once reading this book, a lot of heartbreaking stories in here.

    21. Stephanie says:

      This book is for anyone who loves horses and stories of hope, healing and the miraclous power of God s love.

    22. Evelyn says:

      More moving stories from Crystal Peaks Ranch.

    23. Cynthia says:

      Another great book by Kim Meeder.

    24. Lois says:

      This book is truely amazing in some parts, laugh your head off funny in others, and cry your eyes out in many.

    25. Patriot says:

      Many thanks to Lakota for giving this wonderful book to me It s just AMAZING

    26. Kristy says:

      I love that each chapter is a seperate story, so you can read for just a few minutes or read several chapters at a time The stories are both tragic and heart warming.

    27. Thalia says:

      2nd of series Still inspiring but not as heartfelt as the first book for me Still would rate high if you like true to life works from the heart.

    28. Talea says:

      A horse ranch in Oregon is open to visit for therapy with horses.

    29. Suzanne says:

      Number two book.

    30. Linda says:

      Sweet and emotional as was Kim Meeder s other book

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