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The Geneva Bible Society is a non-profit Christian foundation established in 1917. It is recognised by the state of public utility. Its activities began through missionary bookshops known as "The Bible House" first in Geneva in 1917, in Paris in 1925, in Zurich in 1933, and then in several countries on three continents. There are now 20 Bible Houses: in France, Switzerland, Italy, Africa and New Caledonia.
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Thanks for your interest in participating in our Book Cover competition!
We will pay you $ 299 if we use your artwork/photography for the cover of our new book "Nora. Victoire sur la boulimie" writen by Anke Hartmann.
You may submit any kind of artwork or photography, as long as it is yours. The final size for the book will be 12.9cm x 19.8cm
On the cover put :
the author, the books title and the logo of the collection attached.
This book speaks about Nora's story :
She grew up in a quite rich traditional family.
Nora feels increasingly misunderstood by her family, friends and even by God. She seeks God, but she does not know how to find Him. Several events (disappointment with boys ...) make it folds more about herself.
In her despair, she began regularly to swallow huge quantities of food and then she make her vomiting immediately. She has remorse, but it can no longer control herself. Her school level drops and she is forced to tell the truth to her parents. She feels that they do not understand her. Nora is so desperate that she sees only one way out: to end her days by a suicide.
At the last moment she changes her mind and decides to seek help from a Christian friend she met at school.
After another unsuccessful conversation with his parents (father enrolled her in a clinic to overcome this disease, but Nora does not feel comfortable with this idea), she left home and shared an apartment with other Christians. Over time, the relationship with his parents improves. Nora tries to understand their position and how to act in the light of the Bible.
In the last chapter, some time has past. Nora is writing her story, she is married and got a little boy. The Lord delivered her illness, her fears and despair.