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Rufus was heart-broken. Father had taken his best friend and pet lamb, Sammy, to the temple for the family's yearly sacrifice. But Father's trip does not go as planned, offering new hope for Sammy, Father, Rufus—and you.
Paperback, Children's Book, 75 pages
Published May 14th 2012 by Signs Publishing Company
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David Edgren
Jun 18, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
I first told this story as a sermon at Avondale College Church in 1997.
I have been telling it once or twice a year since.
A couple years ago, I started submitting it to publishing houses.
I am proud to finally see it in print!
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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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