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Walking Through the Wardrobe: A Devotional Quest Into the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
by Sarah Arthur (Goodreads Author)
Do you hunger for other worlds? Always looking for what's just around the corner? Do you long to go beyond this ordinary life, to find adventure in magical lands like Narnia? The quest is not to be taken lightly. You just may discover there is another Kingdom out there: closer than you realize, as near as your heartbeat, just through that door. Are you ready to take the fi ...more
Paperback, 189 pages
Published October 1st 2005 by Thirsty Books
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Mar 17, 2013 (Jen) The Artist Librarian rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Narnia fans
I've been a huge "Chronicles of Narnia" fan ever since I first read the series in elementary school, so of course I loved this book. It's a nice little book that guides you through topical devotions based on "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe." I'd agree with other reviews that say that this is probably aimed at readers younger than myself, but I still enjoyed this book. As a Jane Austen fan, I hope to get my hands on Sarah Arthur's earlier devotional "Dating Mr. Darcy" soon.
Sarah Arthur is a fun-loving speaker and the author of numerous books, ranging from popular devotionals to serious explorations of faith and literature. She is a twenty-year youth ministry veteran who speaks around the country on the role of imagination and narrative in spiritual formation. Her first books were the bestselling, award-winning youth devotionals "Walking with Frodo: A Devotional Jour ...moreMore about Sarah Arthur...
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“If only life were more on the scale of Orlando Bloom taking down the giant Oliphaunt in The Return of the King rather than the usual, tedious mall-crawl with the Abercrombie crowd! We often wish the daily grind held a greater resemblance to all those fantasy worlds we’ve come to love, don’t we? In our more desperate moments, we’re tempted to walk smack into pillars at subway stations, just to see if we end up at Platform Nine and Three-Quarters. And which of us, at some point in our not-so-distant childhood (yes, let’s be honest!), hasn’t pushed aside the coats in a closet, hoping to find an entrance to another world?”
“And that’s what we’re truly longing for. On those weekends when we’re suddenly gripped with the urge to watch all three extended editions of The Lord of the Rings, what we really want, deep down inside (besides therapy), is the assurance that there is a realm someplace where evil has been conquered once and for all.”More quotes…