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Give The Gift of H.O.PE.

The holidays can be a great time to embrace ones religion and really share the love and passion with another who shares the same beliefs. This year if your looking for a religious gesture I recommend H.O.P.E. products.


What better gifts to give than ones that act as simple but beautiful reminders of love and inspiration? Hope in a Box is dedicated to creating gifts that do just that. H.O.P.E. stands for "Hang On Pray Everyday."  
Hope in a Box is a company founded by a husband and wife team who persevered through difficult times through prayer.


There are many different gifts available for everyone on your list this year.For the father who starts every day with a cup of coffee and the morning paper, tell him you appreciate him with the H.O.P.E. Coffee Mug.
For the mother or grandmother who needs a little extra warmth in the winter, tell her you treasure her with a H.O.P.E. Fleece Blanket
For the teenager who just started driving to school, have them know you’re always thinking of them with a H.O.P.E. Keychain.
Whether your loved ones enjoy relaxing at home or are always on the go, they will feel love and inspiration when they receive any of these gifts. Give thanks with Hope in a Box.
H.O.P.E. is a blessing in itself and a blessing in disguise. Hope in a Box donates 25% of all company profits to life, marriage, and family affirming ministries. This Christmas, the purchase of just one gift could potentially touch several lives. Find all these amazing products at www.hopeinabox.com.


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