One fortunate winner will receive:
- An iPad Mini
- A Tales of the Defended Ones small group kit (books and DVD)
So grab your copy of Tales of the Defended Ones and join Beth and friends on the evening of the April 25th for a chance to connect and make some new friends. (If you haven't read the book, don't let that stop you from coming!)
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bout Tales of the Defended Ones: Ben and Joseph lose their mothers, but find a family looking just for them. Antonio is rescued from what seems like a hopeless situation. Caitlyn dares to trust that truth will set her free. Jorani is delivered from slavery into the arms of grace.
Follow these real-life stories as they take you on a journey to foreign places and extreme struggles. Travel through their challenges and see the hand of the great Storyweaver - our Defender God shielding and defending the defenseless in the amazing ways only he can.These are the tales of the ones left wounded and weak-ones made whole and strong . . .
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Meet Beth: Beth Guckenberger and her husband, Todd, are the founders of Back2Back Ministries which communicates a lifestyle of service by sharing the love of Christ and serving God through service to others. Guckenberger travels and speaks regularly at women's and missions conferences, as well as youth gatherings and church services. In addition to her children's releases in the Storyweaver series, Guckenberger has written two mission-minded books. She has also partnered with Standard Publishing on the mission content in its 2013 VBS program. The Guckenberger family lives and serves in Monterrey, Mexico.
Find out more about Beth at http://www.bethguckenberger.com/.
This is a great, great book, but also a very sad book. Luckily, there is hope for all of the ones in the stories. There is hope for us all. This book tells the story of those whose needs are basic and are not being met. This book made me cry and cry. It also reminded me that simple actions can make a huge difference in the lives of those around us. Big actions are needed very often, but little ones can also add up. God loves all of His children and I imagine that these stories also make Him cry.
This book is written so that younger children (8+) can also read and be touched by these stories. I recommend this book to everyone over age 8. My daughter will be reading it soon, as well.
I received this book for free in exchange for my honest opinion.