The Disciple: The Story of One Boy's Triumph Over Bullying

The Disciple: The Story of One Boy's Triumph Over Bullying

by Jacqueline Harvey


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The Disciple is the story of fourth grader Devin Tyler, who is consistently bullied at school. The story takes a different turn though once Devin, a.k.a. The Disciple, and his parents cast their cares of Devin’s bullying onto God, who by His grace, reveals the inner motivations of a bully.

Devin is encouraged by a God-given dream to understand and confront Ray Epps, his tormentor, who is surprised by how Devin responds to his bullying.

Devin knows he has to face his challenges, but with the help of God and his parents, he not only discovers how to confront the bully, but gains insight into some of the motives behind bullying.

Everyone can relate to bullying on some level because it is a universal subject. This revealing children’s story brings a new vantage to the topic by looking at it from God’s perspective.

About the Author: First-time author Jacqueline Harvey is a professional writer residing in Queens, New York. Jacqueline is a Christian devoted to bringing glory to God through her life and work.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781609769925
Publisher: Strategic Book Group, LLC
Publication date: 03/21/2018
Pages: 18
Sales rank: 812,140
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.04(d)

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The Disciple: The Story of One Boy's Triumph Over Bullying 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent Read! A great children's Christian book !
BrenLeGeral More than 1 year ago
This Christian-based book is a wonderful read. It is filled with many Bible Scriptures to support the plot. Although it is in the genre of a children’s book, as an adult, I thoroughly enjoyed it. I like how the author carried me on the adventures with this little boy, and the resolve of the bullying was transitioned through non-violence. Great work Jacqueline!