A Boy & His Lunch: Tales about Sharing - The Dfference It Can Make

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TATE PUB, Nov 1, 2006 - Religion - 282 pages
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In A Boy and His Lunch, author Kenneth G. Old takes the delightful story of a youngster venturing down to the fringe of a lake and reflects on the amazing events of that day long ago. It is no different today. He takes us into the intriguing areas of our individual involvement in God's purposes with some lively examples from our own day where "every little helps." The consequence of Christian faith is that we become God's handiwork changed, charged and enabled to accomplish the "good deeds for which He has designed us." God, the master weaver, causes circumstances, events and relationships to intertwine in a marvelous tapestry of his handiwork.

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