Captured by Love: A Wild Horse Story Based on Psalm 139

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AuthorHouse, Feb 25, 2011 - Fiction - 48 pages
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I would like to introduce you to "Captured by Love", a children's adventure story that can be read aloud with questions for discussion and Bible truths with scripture references for parent (teacher) and child(ren). It is an fictional devotional story illustrating Psalm 139. The setting is the rich Cariboo country of British Columbia, where wild horses still roam. A missionary/doctor must find a suitable wild horse to partner with him. There is a cattle round-up adventure, a horse chase and a big test of the heart. Children will be drawn into this real life adventure of taming a wild horse. This devotional is unique in that it takes the 'natural horsemanship' principles of training horses and applies them to our relationship with God and his leadership, love and language in our lives. Children love horses and they will be most open and inspired by the message of God's sovereignty and love in their lives when they see the marvelous relationship the horse and rider have at the end of the chase.
 

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Cheryl, a veteran Olympian rower, is a certified professional teacher and the Founder (2001) and past Director of GLEEM Canada International, a discipleship training program for foreign teens. She is a mother of four grown children and a happy wife of 37 years. Cheryl is intimately acquainted with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and loves to teach, exhort and minister to youth. The Cariboo is her and her husband's present home where they pursue their love of horses, dogs and outdoor recreation and also where she continues to write curriculum for Christian education, inspirational devotionals and stories for children.

Cheryl, a veteran Olympian rower, is a certified professional teacher and the Founder (2001) and past Director of GLEEM Canada International, a discipleship training program for foreign teens. She is a mother of four grown children and a happy wife of 37 years. Cheryl is intimately acquainted with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and loves to teach, exhort and minister to youth. The Cariboo is her and her husband's present home where they pursue their love of horses, dogs and outdoor recreation and also where she continues to write curriculum for Christian education, inspirational devotionals and stories for children.

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