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A collection of ten re-conceptualised parables - aimed at the 7-11 boys market. They are brilliant, gross, funny and moving all at the same time! They each have a section about how I wrote them, and at the back are 40 ideas for how you can take the parables further as an individual, a group of mates, a family, or a church!


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Alexander Brown
SUMT Port St. Mary, Isle of Man
I was born. I was a good kid. Then I kind of went missing mentally until I was about 20. Even I am not too sure where I was. Wherever it was, I had lots of practice writing, playing the piano, acting and thinking about God. Then I woke up, and I'd met a beautiful girl called Amanda Taylor, and we fell in love. Soppy love. God re-introduced himself to me at about the same time. I think he's been pestering me for ages, but I must have had cheese in my ears. The three of us set off on an incredible adventure, and now we are four (a gift came in the form of a little girl in 2008). We aim to take over the world. Well, that's not actually honestly completely true - we aim to partner with Mr God as he takes over the world. We can't do everything now, can we!

Fecha de publicación  17 de agosto de 2013

Dimensiones  Comercial  140 páginas Impresión en color (en papel no estucado blanco)

Categoría  Fe y religión

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