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A Kitten Named Birthday
Six-year-old Sarah loves to play with her birthday present, a kitten she named Birthday. Because Sarah is deaf, she cannot hear when Birthday meows. In this story, she learns many things about her kitten and seeks to find the answer to her question, “Does God know sign language?”
Discovering My Place
Most new brides crave a vibrant marriage that remains unruffled despite the storms of life, but some will find themselves on a path of disappointment. The author set out to find the answers to lasting love, and as she studied, talked, and prayed, she discovered a place where surrender leads to grace, and grace leads to joy. A devotional book for women.
Learning Families: Spiritual Lessons from Bible Animals
Each of the thirteen sections in this excellent family devotional book focuses on animals from the Bible. Each day’s lesson consists of two parts. The first part is especially for Dad and Mom and older children. It includes a suggested scripture reading, a theme verse, and a devotional meditation on the topic. The second part consists of a reading from a children’s story related to that week’s theme. Each story is followed by questions, which provide opportunities for applying the theme to life. 360 pages; paperback.
Rugged Trails and Ragged Shoes
The summer of 1926 became the first of ten Lora spent in West Virginia. A pioneer in children’s Bible school ministry, she prepared her own lessons and drew her own pictures. Between classes she ministered to women and children in the community. “You don’t lose by sacrifice,” she said. Lora’s life of service for the kingdom was an inspiration to many who knew her. 401 pages; paperback.
Teddy lived with his mother in little house in Georgia. In the evenings they ate popcorn and played Memory. But one day a tornado tumbled his house and smashed his bike! They lived with a neighbor for a while, and Mommy was sad. But one day they met some Christian people who said they would help them build a new house! 53 pages; hardcover; Christian Light Publications.
For many years, an arrowhead lay buried in the soil of an Indiana farm. The native who had shot it was long forgotten. Decades and generations came and went, and it was left hidden and untouched. Then came Ted, praying and searching for an arrowhead like those his sisters had found. History comes alive through this beautifully Illustrated tale.