Item description for Guide's Greatest Miracle Stories (Pathfinder Junior Book Club) by Helen Lee...
Overview The silent swish of paddles in the darkness told Karsatoa that his enemies had him surrounded. Suddenly his canoe began to fly over the water-atop a giant stingray. The God of the Bible is still in the miracle business. These thrilling reports from around the world show that He still reveals His power and care today. You will read of dollar bills that multiplied. A prayer written on a kite. Prison doors that opened. A self-healing radiator, and a self-filling gas tank. Rain that fell only on mission property. A book that refused to burn. A clock that struck 13. Manna from heaven--in Africa. A gentle ride inside a tornado. Invisible hands that lift a car. And lots of mysterious strangers, sometimes visible only to some and not others. But always protecting, guiding, saving. If you wonder whether God still cares, or if your faith needs a shot in the arm, you will cherish these believe-it-or-not true stories from Borneo to Kalamazoo to Venezuela that show that, when we need Him most, God is there.
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Studio: Review & Herald Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.64" Width: 6.14" Height: 0.44" Weight: 0.41 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2001
Publisher Review & Herald Publishing
Grade Level Middle School
ISBN 0828015759 ISBN13 9780828015752
Availability 0 units.
More About Helen Lee
HELEN LEE is an award-winning freelance writer and editor with nearly two decades of experience publishing in the Christian market. She is the co-editor of and contributor to "Growing Healthy Asian-American Churches" (IVP, 2006) and co-founder of the Best Christian Workplaces Institute, which runs the annual Best Christian Places to Work survey. Helen has written numerous articles for publications such as "Christianity Today, Today s Christian Woman, re: generation quarterly" and "Leadership Journal (LJ)." In both 2008 and 2009, her articles for LJ earned Higher Goals awards in reporting from the Evangelical Press Association. As a former editor and writer with "Christianity Today," she has worked with or interviewed a wide range of evangelical luminaries, such as Michael Card, J.I. Packer, and Chuck Colson. She is married to classical pianist and Moody Bible Institute professor Brian Lee; together they have three young sons. Helen is also a homeschooling mom and seeks to provide her sons with a classical Christian education; she and her family reside in Chicagoland."