Item description for Stuarts Run to Faith Grade 4-7 (Arby Jenkins Series) by Sharon Hambrick...
Overview Arby's unlikely friend, Stuart Baltz, is struggling with a tough school year. His conflicts with a godly grandmother, unhappy experiences on the varsity running team, and concerns about God form an unbearable burden that he longs to be rid of. Also used as a companion novel with Bible Truths 6: Redemption--God's Grand Design.
Publishers Description When twelve-year-old Stuart finally learns to accept God's love for him, he changes his mind about going to school at Greenhaven Christian Academy and living with his preachy grandma.
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Studio: Journey Books (SC)
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.46" Width: 5.52" Height: 0.33" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Sep 21, 2005
Publisher Bob Jones University Press
Grade Level Grade 6
Series Arby Jenkins
Series Number 4
ISBN 1579242448 ISBN13 9781579242442
Availability 0 units.
More About Sharon Hambrick
Sharon Hambrick currently resides in Taylors, in the state of South Carolina. Sharon Hambrick was born in 1961.
Reviews - What do customers think about Stuart's Run to Faith (Arby Jenkins)?
Stuart's Run to Faith - turned my grandson on to reading Feb 13, 2008
Stuart's Run to Faith is the catapult that sent my grandson over the top as far as reading. After reading this book, he devoured the entire Arby Jenkins series. In the book being reviewed, Stuart is consumed with cross-country and using it to get the notoriety he wants until he reads something given to him by Mr. Watson. Stuart goes through a lot of trials, but ultimately the book given to him by Mr. Watson makes all the difference. My grandson is a middle school student and this book (really this entire Arby Jenkins series)connects with children of this age group. I highly recommend this book and the entire Arby Jenkins series for boys of middle school age.
Touching, yet funny, treatment of spiritual struggles Sep 30, 1999
Hambrick has once again captured both the grief and humor of adolescence. Junior High is riddled with angst, and the daily triumphs and tragedies of the characters are at once painfully real and extremely funny. Stuart's humanity is very believable, making his search for the divine all the more believable. The teaching is Scriptural without being pedantic or "preachy." Read it. Laugh AND cry. And check out the Arby books, too.