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I Love the Word Impossible by Ann Kiemel
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I Love the Word Impossible

by Ann Kiemel

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Millions of readers have been encouraged to dream big and believe that with God, they too, can make a difference in their world. Ann Kiemel dares to be utterly transparent, trusting God with seemingly impossible situations.
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Jonah and the whale? Heard that. David and Goliath? Know them. Noah and the ark? So it rained... Get ready for wild, wacky, and weird stories you'd be surprised to find in Scripture. But beware: It's not your parents' storybook! "God is infinitely creative, and Dan Cooley is obviously paying attention. These freshly told tales will get your kids hooked on the Bible!"--Melody Carlson, award-winning author of The Gold & Honey Bible and fifty-plus other Bible storybooks and books for children… (more)

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