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The Kingdom Scroll (Adventures in the Bible, #3)

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The last book in the Adventures in the Bible trilogy.
"God's Kingdom is like a treasure," Hannah said. "It's more valuable than anything!"
In The Kingdom Scroll, Paul, James and Hannah observe many of the stories in the Bible that deal with kings and kingdoms. At first they are puzzled about how to fit all the pieces together. The stories seem so disjointed - until they fi
Hardcover, 127 pages
Published April 1st 2011 by Pacific Press Publishing Association
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Of the books I've written, this is my favourite.
I loved putting a plot around what I wanted to teach.
It is a fun read!
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David Edgren is a storyteller. He tells stories to kids in schools, camps, and special events. When he is asked to speak to grown-ups, he tells them stories too. Why all the stories?
Because Dave is convinced nothing speaks as loudly to the heart, or is as memorable, as a good story.
The Bible is full of stories. God sent His Son, Jesus to save the world, and He came telling stories. We are wired

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