The first book in the Ready to Ride series will remind you that all people (and horses) are different in one way or another, but God has made all of them special. Sometimes we need to be patient with others and even with ourselves as we grow and learn and develop the gifts God has given us.
Horse-crazy Alex Jahn was about to have his prayers answered . . . but not in the way he had hoped for. What Alex wanted was a horse he could be proud of, like a beautiful Black Stallion. What Alex got was this funny-looking jigsaw puzzle of an animal with a big bucket head, long, floppy ears, short, stubby legs, and a scrawny tail! Beanie wasn’t a real horse at all. He was something called a hinny. Was this God’s idea of a joke?
In book two of this series you will find examples of many ordinary young people who dare to do extraordinary things for God and others. Adventist children from all over the world have helped others learn about Jesus. Join Harmony, Jeremy, Jenisah, and 23 others, as they share the love of Christ in their families, their neighborhoods, and around the world.
Based on the beloved Bible Pageant series, these captivating Bible stories will increase the faith of children of all ages. Includes thought questions, factoids, and a topical index that identifies character traits, such as courage and forgiveness.
A story to help Adventist children understand Baptism and Communion. Strange things happen at church sometimes, and little Daniel wants to understand. Why do some people get to go “swimming” in church? What does it mean when people wash each others’ feet? And what about the large shiny trays with tiny glasses of grape juice and flat bread on them?
Ellen White's great-granddaughter shares her family stories of Ellen when she was growing up. This Early Reader book (7-9 year old) inspires children with stories about how God helped Ellen and spoke to her as she grew up and became His prophet.
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