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    The Friend Who Forgives

    Many of us, identify with the failings of Peter, boisterous and headstrong, speaking before thinking, – a bull in the china shop. Yet, in the face of our sin, we become timid to allow the love and forgiveness of Jesus to wash over us. Are we worthy of forgiveness? Does Jesus still love us? We are afraid of the answer. The Friend Who Forgives provides us wonderful assurance through the life of Peter. Within it’s pages, we discover the power of Jesus’ love, the power of repentance, and the power of FORGIVENESS for all who trust in Him. The Friend Who Forgives follows Peter’s life from the time when Jesus…

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    The Garden The Curtain and the Cross

    This is an INCREDIBLE book!!! The Garden, The Curtain and The Cross covers mankind’s COMPLETE journey from the Garden, through the Fall, through Temple Worship, the birth of Jesus and then the Cross. But that’s not the end! Laferton brings us back around through the Resurrection and the opening of Heaven for all who respond to the invitation from Jesus. WOW!  Truly a TON of theology is simply packaged, not compromised, and presented to us as a gift, all in 818 words! How can you explain the cross in a way that a child can understand it without fear? What about Sin or Eden? Laferton handles such huge and complex…

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    The Storm that Stopped

    Another GEM in the series: “A True Story About Who Jesus Really Is” After surviving a great storm on the Sea of Galilea, the 12 disciples dare to ask the question: “Who is Jesus?” Mark 4 Alison Mitchell has the creative gift of retelling a story and relating deep spiritual truth, so a child can understand. The rhythm of the text builds excitement to the point of crisis as the boat is sinking in the mighty storm. She brings to light that the trip across the Sea of Galilea was really intended as a moment of teaching for the disciples so they could understand: “Who is this man that the…

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    The One O’Clock Miracle

    This is a lovely retelling of the healing of a Nobleman’s son. John 4:46-54 Alison Mitchell draws us into this father’s journey of faith, from the creativity of the title onward. Using playful repetition in the text, she builds excitement, keeping the story rhythmically moving forward to the climax and the happy resolution. The application becomes crystal clear – when it concerns JESUS – WE CAN TRUST HIS WORDS! Mitchell brings the dilemma of the Nobleman’s family to life. She expands on the worry and love of the father for his sick son. She carries us along on his difficult journey to get to Jesus. When he finally reaches Cana,…