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God's adventurers : true stories of…

God's adventurers : true stories of Adventist pioneers for kids

by Roxy Hoehn

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0816321485, Paperback)

How would you like to meet some of God's adventurers?
This book contains stories about William Miller, Joseph Bates, Ellen White, Uriah Smith, and others who were God's Adventurers. Some were grown up when they began their work for God—others were still young.
Primary-aged children will discover that exciting adventures and unexpected miracles will follow when they choose to be an adventurer for God.
-A collection of stories previously published in The Primary Treasure about Adventist pioneers.
-Teaches children to trust in God no matter what the circumstance.
-Shows how exciting adventure and amazing miracles can be the result of following God's leading.

Roxy Hoehn grew up in a Seventh-day Adventist home and early on was taught respect for church leaders. Through the years in the classroom or on Sabbath morning she enhoyed reading and telling stories of Adventist pioneers. Growing up in Canada in a writer's home, putting pen to paper seemed natural.
During her teen years in Texas, Roxy met her minister husband, Jim, and they have enjoyed lifing in several parts of the United States. She is presently the women's ministries director for the Kansas-Nebraska Conference.

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Paper Back
Publisher: Pacific Press Publishing Association
Printed: 2006
Pages: 64

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 The Boy Who Liked to Study
Chapter 2 William Didn't Want to Preach
Chapter 3 The Farmer Who Sold His Farm
Chapter 4 A Woman Who Taught a Preacher
Chapter 5 From Sea Captain to Preacher
Chapter 6 The Money in the Mail
Chapter 7 The Girl Who Saw Heaven
Chapter 8 Ellen and the Wild Horse
Chapter 9 The Boy Who Lost His Leg
Chapter 10 The Most Honest Man in Town
Chapter 11 Our First Missionary
Chapter 12 More About

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:22 -0400)

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