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A Warrior Prince for God

by Kelly Chapman, Jeff Ebbeler
     
 

"Once upon a real time there lived a boy named Luke. He dreamed of being a mighty warrior who was brave and courageous. But there was just one problem. He was afraid?"

In a lively story about baseball, camping, and facing your fears, author Kelly Chapman helps readers see that, no matter what they are afraid of, they can be strong in the Lord and in

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"Once upon a real time there lived a boy named Luke. He dreamed of being a mighty warrior who was brave and courageous. But there was just one problem. He was afraid?"

In a lively story about baseball, camping, and facing your fears, author Kelly Chapman helps readers see that, no matter what they are afraid of, they can be strong in the Lord and in God's mighty power. A Warrior Prince for God is all about finding out that a warrior prince is a Christian who lives a life worthy of his calling and enters into battles only when he is called, and then relying on God's strength and not his own.

For ages 3 to 8 years

Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Carlee Hallman
Luke wants to be a courageous warrior, but he is afraid. On the Warriors baseball team, Luke strikes out for the last bat of the day with the bases loaded. Coach Britmore encourages the team, but Luke is afraid of what the twins Double and Trouble might do to him. That night Luke and his two friends, Harry and Tomas, sleep out in a tent. Luke dreams that he and his friends are invited to Warrior Prince Academy by Constant who talks in rhyme. At the Academy Sir Britmore, who looks like the coach, warns them about Drakon, a snake who is the "master of tricks and traps." He says "that the first step to becoming a warrior prince is to believe that Jesus died on the cross for their sins in order that they may be forgiven." He tells the story of David and Goliath and ends with, "when you face your enemy, stand strong in the Lord." The dream continues as Double and Trouble go in search of Drakon. Luke sees Drakon following them and saves them with God's help. When Luke wakes up he realizes that with God's help he can be brave. At the end, a creedal formula with a prayer of acceptance is presented which allows one to become a warrior prince. A shield on which to write the name of the warrior prince is included. This is a part of "A Warrior Prince Academy Story" series. Reviewer: Carlee Hallman

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780736928953
Publisher:
Harvest House Publishers
Publication date:
01/01/2010
Pages:
32
Product dimensions:
9.10(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
3 - 8 Years

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.

Jeff Ebbeler is a celebrated and multi-faceted artist, muralist, designer, art director, sculptor and marionette performer. For nearly a decade, he has illustrated more than 30 books, including the popular A Warrior Prince for God? and related products. He and his artist wife, Eileen, enjoy their life of creativity and fun in Illinois.

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