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C S Lewis The Writer Who Found Joy$14.99Add to cart
The lion, the writer, and the search for joy.
Not every author can write about theology, literature, and a talking lion and end up delighting readers for generations. But not every author is C.S. Lewis. This biographical picture book welcomes readers to get to know the man behind Aslan and the magical wardrobe and to experience the joy that fueled his imagination.
Young Clive Staples Lewis once loved wonder and play but was unable to trust God after the death of his mother. He left behind his belief in God and became a soldier and a professor. But he never stopped hoping to find true joy. This unique picture book, narrated by a bespectacled owl, tells the tale of how the man known as Jack embraced Christianity, was surprised by joy, and then used his words and writings to share that joy with the world.
Friend Who Forgives$9.99Add to cart
Using simple sentences and stunning illustrations, this beautifully illustrated, 16-page board book points pre-schoolers to Jesus, the friend who forgave Peter and who will forgive them too. In so doing, it also introduces young children to the events of the first Easter.
Young children will learn that Jesus is the friend who forgives–again and again and again.
Bright Light And The Super Scary Darkness$14.99Add to cart
Have you ever been super scared of the dark? The Bright Light and the Super Scary Darkness uses the imagery of darkness and light to help children understand God’s power over evil. With an emphasis on Jesus, the Light of the World, this book reassures children ages 4-8 who struggle with fear and anxiety and offers them courage from God’s Word. Kids will find comfort in the book’s reassuring tone and brilliant illustrations, which show that Jesus’ love is strong enough to defeat even the super scary darkness.
Sunny Side Up$12.99Add to cart
Intro: The Most Important Meal Of The Day
Ch 1: Heart-Healthy Options
Ch 2: Finding Our Place At The Table
Ch 3: Service With A Smile
Ch 4: A Side Of Bacon
Ch 5: Cracked Eggs
What event could change your life? Winning the lottery? Getting a promotion? Getting a degree? Scoring a home run, or a winning goal?
It might be hard to believe, but a breakfast conversation could be the most consequential event in your life!
Looking at the breakfast conversation between Jesus and Peter in John 21, we see how Peter’s life changed forever as he was challenged to step up and play his part in God’s big plan.
And Jesus has an exciting challenge for all of us today. As Jesus captures our hearts with his love and forgiveness, we’ll be motivated to be part of something truly extraordinary.
Perfect to read with men who you’d like to encourage to live all out for Christ or to give away at men’s breakfasts.
Friend Who Forgives$16.99Add to cart
Do you ever talk before you think? Mess up? Let others down? That’s what Peter did, again and again and again, and it led him to abandoning his best friend, Jesus.
Peter loved Jesus. He felt terrible when he pretended not to know him. He thought all was lost when Jesus died.
But Jesus is not like our other friends. He wants to forgive us when we are really sorry, even when we mess up again and again and again. And because Jesus died and rose again, he can. Jesus’ death took the punishment for all of Peter’s mistakes and all our mistakes, and his resurrection showed the penalty was lifted.
After he rose from the dead, Jesus went and found Peter and forgave him, and he can do the same for us. Peter spent the rest of his life telling people that if they put their trust in Jesus, they could be forgiven too-again and again and again.
Children know all about failing, but they don’t always experience true forgiveness. This book points them to Jesus, the Friend who will forgive them again and again and again.
Life In The Wild$14.99Add to cart
“Life sucks! What are you going to do about it?” We see Jesus, we believe in Jesus and we wait for Jesus, yet still we suffer. This book offers real and rugged answers in life’s dark places. Discover how to live with hope in a fallen world and be encouraged. Walking through Genesis 3, Dan DeWitt shows us how we can look at this world realistically but without despairing, as we wait for God to keep his promise to bring us out of the wild and into his new creation. It’s the contrast between Eden, where everything reflects God’s perfection, and exile, where everything is spoiled by sin. The book helps us survive living in exile – Life in the Wild – until “the glorious day when God will welcome us home, out of the wild.” This book holds dark and light in balance. It shows how we are living with the effects of the fall (we are messed-up people living in a messed-up place) – but God’s promise, made in Eden, serves as a beacon of light to guide our steps in this fallen world.