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Sheet music for “I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes (Psalm 121),” composed for Hope College's Sesquicentennial Celebration by highly respected choral conductor Robert Shafer through a commission from Dr. Thelma (Tommye) Leenhouts, a 1966 Hope graduate.
An Enduring Hope: A Sesquicentennial History of Hope College, 1866-2016 is a detailed record of the rich history of the college, including academics, athletics, social life, financials, architecture and much more. Preorder price is $99 plus shipping and handling through the Hope Geneva Bookstore. Preorders available soon.
Luidens unveils a slice of the story of his parents’ work as missionaries, specifically in Iraq from 1944 to 1946, written from their journals and letters sent to their family back home, half a world away.
An extensive biography of Paul Fried, one of Hope College’s most endearing and brilliant professors.
Papers from the 2011 conference celebrating the bicentennial of Van Raalte’s birth, which focus exclusively on the man and his leadership.
The remarkable transformation of Holland, from its humble origins on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan, into a prosperous community, is recounted in extensive detail in this three-volume set.
Papers from the 2013 AADAS conference
Papers from the 2011 AADAS conference
Papers from the 2009 AADAS conference
Papers from the 2007 AADAS conference
These letters written by Van Raalte to his close friend, Philips Phelps Jr., reveal the mind and the heart and the deep inner struggles of the founder of Holland as not seen before.
This volume is an extended genealogy of Albertus C. Van Raalte and his wife, Christina de Moen, following their descendents from the birth of their first child in 1837 to the year 2001.
Fully illustrated, this volume examines Van Raalte’s vision for the future of the Holland colony and what it looked like 150 years after its founding.
This books examines Van Raalte’s role and influence in classical matters in the Netherlands and the United States and whether the term Pope was a fair criticism. (Out of print.)
This is the story of the process of creating and installing the Van Raalte sculpture in Centennial Park and includes extended research surrounding the history of Holland.
The story of the Ottawa Indians is told primarily through the diaries and memoirs of missionaries George and Arvilla Smith.
The story of a medical missionary to remote Lupwe, Nigeria, Tena Huizenga is chronicled through personal correspondence, journals and her published articles.
Readers can examine the thoughts of Scholte as a leader of the Secession in the Netherlands from 1834 to 1847 as revealed in his articles and correspondence.
This volume is a study of Steffens and his impact on the Reformed in Western Michigan, his function in the community and his relationship to Neo-Calvinism.
This personal diary of the author of the monumental Netherlanders in America of his trip to America in 1921 is rich in insights and detail.
This is an examination of the church struggles of the early Dutch Calvinists; the authors explore the reasons for their emmigration to the United States and the major events in their history.
There is a close relationship between highly successful Dutch American entrepreneurs and their Calvinist values and upbringing, and their success in business has led to major works of philanthropy.
Fifteen essays celebrating the career of Elton J. Bruins cover the topics of church history and theology, the life of Van Raalte and local history.
Twelve essays honor the career of Donald J. Bruggink, general editor of the Historical Series of the RCA, including Western Seminary, the study of history, theological education, and the nature of God and the Church.
An illustrated guide to almost 50 historic Dutch sites, plus detailed maps of the sites and an eleven-city bike tour.