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What Would Jesus Pray?: A Story to Change the World

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You’re Only a Prayer Away

Meet Tyson and Stefan. One strange night, they suddenly—weirdly—connect with each other in a time contortion that spans exactly a thousand years. Stefan is a young warrior in training in the Middle Ages, trapped in a tower while raiders ravage everything below. Through a long, sleepless night, the two guys help each other wrestle with responsibili
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published March 15th 2006 by Multnomah
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Jan 28, 2008 Bev rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: teens
Great book for teens, because the protagonist is a teen struggling with relationships and crises in his life. His communication over a thousand years with the young warrior from the Middle Ages is quite fun-from computer to bell tower! An engaging way to learn valuable lessons about prayer. I bought this for my son, who's not exactly up for GoodReads friend of the year, and he devoured it on a road trip. I'm stingy with stars, but I bumped this one up to four. This would be a great book for yout ...more
Janet Hamm
Feb 11, 2015 Janet Hamm rated it it was ok
The content was pretty good, and would have made a decent two-page article. The surrounding "story" was thin and poorly written.
Jenn Brown
Jenn Brown rated it it was amazing
Nov 12, 2012
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