Strength And Devotion Paperback
by Linda Finlayson;
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Strength And Devotion
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Strength And Devotion by Linda Finlayson was published by Christian Focus Publications in September 2009 and is our 38856th best seller. The ISBN for Strength And Devotion is 9781845504922.
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Strength and DevotionMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
An ideal book for young children to be introduced to Women who have taken risks in pursuit of their faith in God. First a short piece setting the scene and explaining who the ‘Risktaker’ is, then a story about them which explains what risks they took. They are Katherine de Bora who became Martin Luther’s wife, Fidelia Fiske who went to Persia, Amy Carmichael who ended up in India, Lillian Dickson in Formosa now known as Taiwan, and Deborah and Jehosheba from the Bible. With enough facts to satisfy, but hopefully to arouse interest in finding out yet more. A ‘devotional thought’ accompanies each piece and there is a Quiz at the back to see if you have learnt from your reading, and a glossary to refer to if you did not understand a particular word.
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What age range is "Strength And Devotion" suitable for?
The book "Strength And Devotion" is recommended for youths aged 8-12 years. This book, and others in the series, are about those who are willing take risks. The characters face danger, and sometimes hardship because of their beliefs. While reading the stories, the reader learns what motivates the characters to do what they did, and who helped them.
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Details for Strength And Devotion
|Page last updated||21st July 2017|
|Author / Artist||Linda Finlayson|
|Publisher||Christian Focus Publications (September 2009)|
|Number of Pages||128|