Philo is about to discover a secret that will change his life forever!He always knew he was different, but he could never imagine what his grandmother was about to reveal.Philo has Super Powers, and not just any powers, Philo has Holy Powers provided by the Holy Spirit!Powers that can make him overcome every day challenges, like the neighborhood bully he encounters, conquer fears and become what every Christian is called to be: a light to the world and salt of the earth. But first, Philo must learn how to activate the SuperHolies.Join Philo on the day he makes his discovery and learn how to activate your own SuperHolies!A great resource for dealing with bullying and social interactions for children.An amazing re-imagining of the Fruits of the Holy Spirit as Super Powers, sure to please super hero fans.
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Hope’s theme of life, moving through seeming death to a new and more beautiful life, has touched the hearts of millions of people. Hope for the Flowers is for young and old, husbands and wives. It’s a book to learn to read with, or to comfort those who are dying or grieving. In the tale, [...]
Therese Johnson Borchard Whitney, who has just moved to Chicago, is apprehensive about her first day in fifth grade in a new school. When she opens her Emerald Bible to the story of Jonah and the Whale, she is transported there, with Jonah, as she learns a lesson about runn…
These stores are faithfully retold for bedtime. The simple and respectful words are brought to life on every page with bright and appealing illustration to delight every young child. Includes these beloved stories: Noah and the Flood Moses and the Princess David and Goliath The First Christmas Jesus and the Fisherman The Lost Sheep
In this volume of this biblical time-travel series, soccer star Whitney becomes an elitist on the field and is whisked back to the Tower of Babel to see the results of pride. Ages 8-12. THERESE BORCHARD (More from this Author)
by Laura E. Wolfe Many centuries ago in the wilds of Africa, a startling and mystical friendship developed between a lion and a saint. St. Gerasim served the lion by removing a thorn from its paw, and in turn the lion served St. Gerasim and his monastery for the rest of his life. This small [...]