Item description for Croutons for Breakfast (Brio Girls) by Lissa Halls Johnson, Kathy Wierenga & Jane Vogel...
Overview Hannah Connor and Jacie Noland are off to Venezuela for the Brio Missions trip. Believing God will do great things through them, the girls are filled with anticipation and excitement. Almost immediately, though, their expectations are dashed. Jacie gets sick and can't participate in the missions events, while Hannah can't seem to do anything right. Why would God bring them this far and not use them? With their trip turning out so unlike their plans, Jacie and Hannah must trust God to have greater things in mind for each of them than they could possibly imagine for themselves.
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Studio: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.66" Width: 5.22" Height: 0.53" Weight: 0.32 lbs.
Release Date Mar 31, 2005
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers
Series Brio Girls
Series Number 7
ISBN 1589970802 ISBN13 9781589970809
Availability 0 units.
More About Lissa Halls Johnson, Kathy Wierenga & Jane Vogel
LISSA HALLS JOHNSON is a freelance writer and story editor, author of novels for teens, tweens, and young adults.Included among her twenty published books are the most recent: "Rich in Love"with Irene Garcia, and"Still Growing" with Kirk Cameron. She has edited over fifty novels for publishers including Howard Books, WaterBrook, Thomas Nelson, and NavPress, and has been published in Reader's Digest and other periodicals. She is a conference speaker and teacher. She currently lives in the country with two dogs, a horse, and one husband.
Lissa Halls Johnson currently resides in Reno, in the state of Nevada. Lissa Halls Johnson was born in 1955.
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Very True!!! Jul 4, 2007
Okay, I'll admit that I'm a little older than the audience that this book is aimed at, but I was a teen on Venezuela Trip (Nerve to Serve) that this book was about and had to check it out. I remember Susie asking us to submit our diary entries at the end of the trip because someone was going to write a book about the trip for the Brio Series. After reading the book I was impressed with the stories that it told that really happened. Just reading the book reminds me of the time of that spiritual high - I tend to get it out every July when Brio is on a trip wither I'm on the trip too or not. The stories that are in it that are true (I don't know about finding a Journal in the rubble) are great fun to read; the description of breakfast was very accurate too - Croutons instead of toast - and I'll add "fruit juice" that was more like a smoothie because of all the pulp in it. Love the book!