Fairytale Theology: A Poetry Devotional (Paperback)

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By M. Colette, Christa Van Zee (Illustrator), Dodie Vanhooser (Cover Design by)
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Have you ever wondered what fairytales teach us about life? About ourselves? About God? The fairy tale inspired poetry within this book will guide you into a magical world of loved classics and self-discovery. This devotional will show how a follower of Christ is similar to a character in a classic fairytale and encourage you with the truth that Jesus is our knight in shining armor, our prince to lead us to our happily ever after. With a blend of God's Word and the words of fairytales, this book is relatable to both adults and children. Mandy Colette Moltz has been writing stories and poems since early elementary school. In college, writing poems was a way to make sense of the world. She collects Cinderella books and movies and spends her days teaching kids about Christ's unconditional love. She is a born and bred Southerner learning to embrace the cold and snow in Minnesota where she now resides. Some favorites include waterfalls, fairy tales, SweeTARTS, Mountain Dew, and all things purple.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781662821271
ISBN-10: 1662821271
Publisher: Xulon Press
Publication Date: September 22nd, 2021
Pages: 60
Language: English




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