Princess with a Purpose

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"You became a real princess the moment you prayed and asked Jesus to live in your heart. And since He is the King of Kings and you are His daughter, that makes you His princess."

Princess with a Purpose is all about finding true identity in Christ. It all began when Kelly Chapman's daughter, Kendall, then four years old, asked, "Mommy, when I grow up I want to be a princess. Where do I go to be one? Do I go to Mickey Land?" Those words sparked a passion in Kelly's heart for ...

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Overview

"You became a real princess the moment you prayed and asked Jesus to live in your heart. And since He is the King of Kings and you are His daughter, that makes you His princess."

Princess with a Purpose is all about finding true identity in Christ. It all began when Kelly Chapman's daughter, Kendall, then four years old, asked, "Mommy, when I grow up I want to be a princess. Where do I go to be one? Do I go to Mickey Land?" Those words sparked a passion in Kelly's heart for little girls and women of all ages. In Princess with a Purpose, readers will discover that, as daughters of the King, they truly are God's princesses. A sweet and simple story, followed by a princess prayer, gives even the littlest reader a royal feeling of being part of the family of God.

For ages 3 to 8

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Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Carlee Hallman
Caroline is eight years old. She lives with her Nana and four-year-old sister Kendall. Nana drives both of them to Princess Prep School. Through the window in the door Caroline sees the beautiful teacher Miss Lily with a trunk full of princess dresses. But when the door opens, Prissy Crissie tells Caroline that she cannot be a real princess without having a king and queen for a father and mother. That night Caroline dreams that all the children are invited to tea at the Castle of Calvary to meet a princess. A carriage comes for them. At the castle a table is set for the five children. Prissy Crissy expects it to be a surprise for her birthday. But the Princess, who looks like Miss Lily, says that it is to learn about God's truth. "A real princess has a heart full of love for her King and others. That's what makes her truly beautiful." Caroline learns that she can be a real princess because she has a heavenly Father who is the King of Kings. When she wakes from the dream, Caroline realizes that she is a princess after all. A page of directions (beliefs needed), along with supporting Bible verses, tells how to become a daughter of the King. One is: "You must believe that Jesus died on the cross for your sins and that He was raised again three days later." A prayer of acceptance and a scroll to fill in the child's name and date when she first believes follows. This is one of "A Princess Prep School" series. The colored pictures add details. Reviewer: Carlee Hallman
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780736924351
  • Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
  • Publication date: 1/1/2010
  • Pages: 32
  • Sales rank: 996,612
  • Age range: 3 - 8 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Kelly Chapman is an experienced and sought-after speaker. She and the Royal Purpose Ministries staff present the Princess with a Purpose Prep School and Warrior Prince Academy programs to groups throughout the United States. Kelly married her college sweetheart, Brit, and they have two children and a dog named Bean.

Tammie Lyon pursues a freelance career in the children's market. When working on creative projects, including the Princess with a Purpose and related products, she loves spending the day in her studio with her dog, Gus. She and her husband, Lee, live in Ohio.

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