Phone Call With A Fish
A story for anyone who has felt like a fish out of water
There’s a boy in class who doesn’t say anything. He doesn’t yell when a student steps on his foot, and he writes his answers to the teacher’s questions on the board. One of his classmates is trying to understand why he’s so quiet, but she can’t figure it out. But then one day the class goes to the science museum, and she discovers a phone with an aquarium full of fish on the other end of the line. And the fish, as it turns out, aren’t silent after all–they just have their own way of communicating.
This empathy-building story will encourage readers to approach others with compassion and understanding.
1 in stock
SKU (ISBN): 9780802855107
Silvia Vecchini | Illustrator: Sualzo
Binding: Cloth Text
Publisher: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
Hidden Potential : Revealing What God Can Do Through You$23.99Add to cart
Fears. Faults. Failures. Frailties. Every woman at some point wonders, Do I have to get past all my weaknesses before God can use me?
Wendy Pope is happy to tell readers: No! You don’t have to overcome, correct, rise above, or get strong before you are qualified to be part of God’s plan. He can use you right now. You are a worthwhile possibility.
In Hidden Potential, readers see that they can be:
*faithful, even in fear
*included in God’s plans, even in weaknesses
*worth something, even in failure
*valuable, even in pain
Pope explores the life of a fearful murderer on the run with a speech problem and daddy issues–also known as Moses–to show readers God’s power and grace. As she writes, God will never count anyone out as long as they count themselves as His children.
Hidden Potential includes discussion, reflection, and Bible study questions, challenges to take readers further in their faith, and real-life stories from other women to remind readers they are not alone.
Christian Muslim Friend$19.99Add to cart
Can Christians and Muslims be friends? Real friends?
Even in a post-September 11 era of alienation and religious violence, David Shenk says yes.
In Christian. Muslim. Friend., Shenk lays out twelve ways that Christians can form authentic relationships with Muslims, characterized by respect, hospitality, and candid dialogue.
Rooted in his fifty years of friendship with Muslims in Somalia, Kenya, and the United States, Shenk invites Christian readers to be clear about their identity, develop trust, practice hospitality, confront distortions of both faiths, and seek out Muslims committed to peace.
He invites readers to both bear witness to the Christ-centered commitments of their faith while also reaching out in friendship with Muslims. Through astounding stories of his animated conversations with Muslim clerics, visits to countless mosques around globe, and pastors and imams who join hands to work for peace, Shenk offers tested and true paths to real relationships.
A compelling resource with practical application for mission personnel, Sunday school classes, and any Christian who rubs shoulders with people of Islamic faith in their neighborhood or workplace.
Best Word Searches Ever
$10.99$4.99Add to cart
Perfect for helping kids actively engage their thinking skills, this fun, inspirational word search book will keep them entertained for hours.
Themed and designed word finds reinforce spiritual growth and character development as found in the pages of God’s Word.
Have fun and be filled with wisdom as you spend time in this exciting activity book for kids!
Mended : Restoring The Hearts Of Mothers And Daughters$21.99Add to cart
Sticks and Stones may break your bones
But words will never harm you…
You know the rhyme about sticks and stones isn’t true. Words can wound, and when those words are exchanged between mother and daughter, the damage can seem impossible to undo.
Mended gives you the script you need to speak life into your relationship with your mother or daughter. Discover powerful words that usher in healing for wounded hearts and rebuild, restore, and reconcile your connection.
Through Scripture, prayer and practical applications, you will…
find common ground and put your relationship ahead of your differences learn what to say when you don’t what to say grow closer when you do hard things together
If you have a rocky history with your mom or daughter, you don’t have to repeat those patterns of brokenness. God wants to mend your heart and make you whole.