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The Bloodstone Chronicles: A Journey of Faith (Journeys to Fayrah #1-4)

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In this volume, three children enter another dimension and through captivating allegorical drama, learn key principles of the Kingdom of God.
Hardcover, 425 pages
Published June 1st 2003 by Zondervan Publishing Company (first published 2003)
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Apr 01, 2014 Jamie rated it it was amazing
A very interesting book that gives some basic concepts of faith to life. A few teenagers (Nathan, Denise, and Joshua) get to travel and see different worlds. A 'rock' they find called the Bloodstone. Their companions and guides are two very unique characters named Aristophenix and Listro Q. One speaks only speaks in bad forms of poetry and the other is extremely dyslexic. There is also a firefly/ladybug type creature named Samson.
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Jul 04, 2008 Susan rated it liked it
Recommended to Susan by: Aaron Harrison - grandson
This book is one which has four complete stories included, It is a preteen book which gives is an interesting concept on faith. While it is similar to the Narnia series, it is not nearly as well written. It takes a group of preteens and teenagers through a series of experiences where their faith becomes real and they begin to understand who Christ is and what he did for them. There are bad characters who represent the sins of pride and greed, and in the end, all comes out well, but the endings ...more
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Oct 11, 2010 Valerie Mabrey rated it it was amazing
This is one of those books that the whole family can enjoy. Read it for a bedtime story and everybody will eagerly want to go to bed just to hear it. Easy to use as a jump off for christian conversations with your kids.
Jun 09, 2016 Kristy rated it it was amazing
Another good book by Bill. It is comparable to the Narnia series, but gives you a whole lot more to think about, theology wise. Recommending my daughter to read this!
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Bill Myers was born into a Christian home, and although as a child he became bored with Christianity, he decided at the University of Washington quote, to "make God my boss." Ironically, at the University his worst subject was writing. He claims to have prayed, and said that he would be able to do anything for God, except write. Even so, he has become a prominent Christian writer, and has a large ...more
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Journeys to Fayrah (4 books)
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  • The Experiment (Journeys to Fayrah, #2)
  • The Whirlwind (Journeys to Fayrah, #3)
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