The Littlest Shepherd is a part of nearly every Nativity scene that graces a table or mantel piece during the holidays. He is seen, reverently observing the Christ Child while carrying or offering his lamb to the newborn Savior. This is the story, for young and young at heart, of that Littlest Shepherd boy and how he became one of the beloved figures in the Christmas story.
A heartwarming holiday story that has special meaning in today's world.
Two heartwarming Christmas stories about finding love in Amish countryRebecca's Christmas Gift by Emma MillerDuring the Christmas season, Rebecca Yoder agrees to help new preacher Caleb Wittner with his mischievous daughter. As they spend time together, Rebecca's sweet manner has the widower smiling and laughing with his little girland with the pretty housekeeper. Soon Caleb will have to decide whether to invite Rebecca into his lifeor lose her forever.A Christmas to Die For by Marta PerryTyler Dunn came to Rachel Hampton's family inn seeking justice for a decades-old crime. Despite his secretive manner, Rachel wants to trust the attractive architect. Until she uncovers a shocking link to her own past. Suddenly a holiday season amid the Plain People is filled with hidden danger as Rachel finds herself a killer's target."
As you make your way through the most magical time of the year, bring to life festive winter wonderland backdrops, filled with favorites of the season. Color to your heart’s content as you celebrate, surrounded by those you cherish most. Make merry this most wonderful time of the year. Foil-stamped cover, bound along the top, perforated interior pages, printed one sided.
This succinct and readable guide is for anyone engaged in the demanding yet humbling art of preaching. Bishop Morneaus ten principles take cues from the Gospel, Church documents, and the insights of St. Augustine, Flannery OConnor, and Robert Frost, and many others. An inspiring and indispensible booklet that encourages preachers to find and emulate Gods loving and merciful voice through prayer, empathy, and the continuing call to conversion.
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