Molly puts miracles into print to offer encouragement to others

C130853-2 Bog Jun27 Miracles  phot kate''Molly Hawkins who has written a book about miracles.Picture by Kate Shemilt.C130853-2
C130853-2 Bog Jun27 Miracles phot kate''Molly Hawkins who has written a book about miracles.Picture by Kate Shemilt.C130853-2

MIRACLES are the subject of a book written by a Bognor Regis woman.

Molly Hawkins has compiled some of the experiences of her life into Ordinary Miracles.

It details the wonderful happenings, as she describes them, which punctuated her life with her late husband, Norman, thanks to God.

Molly said: “My husband was modest to the extreme and would never tell people about what had happened.

“But it was something I felt I had to show them, especially in these days when people are so despondent and they wonder about the purpose of life.”

Molly, 81, will be signing her book, priced £11.95, from 11am-midday and 3-4pm on July 6 at Living Word at 30 Crescent Road, in Bognor. It is also on sale as a Kindle ebook on Amazon.

She married Norman at 21 and worked as a secretary but her life changed for good when she and Norman visited a gospel church in South Chard, Somerset, in 1968.

They moved there to experience its ‘atmosphere of expectancy’ of miracles and Molly said she experienced healing of a dislocated spine and saw further ‘miracles’, ‘curing Parkinson’s disease and pernicious anaemia’.

The couple ran a Christian hotel.