The Garden Paperback

by Kate Austin;


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The Garden

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'The Garden' is the story of a growing relationship with God as Father whilst working with Him in the Church.

Each chapter is crafted around an inspiring message.

From friends who do not even know they benefit the garden to parasites who suck the life from the plants, each chapter addresses a different truth in a unique way. Leading the reader on a journey of discovery using creation as an insightful tool. The writing style is light hearted, humorous and honest making it an easy yet deeply profound read.

The Garden by Kate Austin was published by ChristArt in April 2015. The ISBN for The Garden is 9781526200273.

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This book creatively illustrates God's love for us through all the different aspects of a garden, showing us that we each have to go through problems and difficulties, but if we follow Him, He will provide the sustenance, guidance and protection in every circumstance. it is a treasure of a book! Extract from the forward by Fiona Castle.

This book invites the reader to take a walk through a garden with God. It is striking in its simplicity, drawing the reader into the hidden depths of God. An inspiring read for anyone who is seeking to learn more about their personal relationship with God. Extract from a review by Sherine Angus

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Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherChristArt (April 2015)
Weight195g
Number of Pages160
Thickness9 mm
Height210 mm
Width140 mm
ISBN9781526200273
ISBN-101526200279
Product Code4448103
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