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The Christmas Cross: A Story about Finding Your Way Home for the Holidays

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"The Christmas Cross" is a story about finding your way home for the holidays, told in the context of one man's journey in a small Texas town. Unique interactive elements inside this book-including envelopes with pullout letters and surprises-makes this a one-of-a-kind Christmas treasure.
Published October 22nd 1998 by W Publishing Group (first published October 8th 1998)
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Dec 07, 2015 Alexa rated it really liked it
Great one sitter novel for those who need to hear not at Christmas, reconciliation is available to all in relationships. Pretty witty ending.
Dec 20, 2015 Liz rated it it was ok
Like interactive elements but wish story more developed.
Dec 20, 2010 Maya rated it liked it
This is another great, quick Christmas read. I read the updated version, The Christmas Child, which doesn't seem to be listed on Good Reads yet.

The book includes a story about a young man finding out about his past and ties it in nicely to the Christmas story and birth of Jesus. It's a quick, heartwarming read.
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Jun 08, 2013 Melissa Mclees rated it it was amazing
Max and his wife gets into a small dispute which leads him to find out information about a picture that he had. The information was somewhat sad, but it had a good ending. I wish that there were more stories about this type of thing. I liked it.
Dec 03, 2012 Lisa rated it really liked it
I really did like the story .... it was not the best written story, and it was even a bit cliche' and predictable in the ending, but I did like it.
Laura Verret
Feb 10, 2010 Laura Verret rated it did not like it
Typical story - two characters whose lives are on the down-hill road; they meet and find redemption.
Janie Paschal
Great book! Read it to the family one year before we opened presents.
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Max Lucado has touched millions with his signature storytelling writing style. Awards and accolades follow Max with each book he writes. Max is the first author to win the Gold Medallion Christian Book of the Year three times—1999 for Just Like Jesus, 1997 for In the Grip of Grace and 1995 for When God Whispers Your Name. In 2005, Reader’s Digest dubbed him “America’s Best Preacher.” In addition, ...more
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