There really is more to this life than you've been told. Since day one we've been urged to look out for number one. And since day one we've believed the lie, "It's all about me." Max Lucado sets our sights elsewhere: points us upward, and shows us how much our lives and relationships would change if we all took our place and played our parts. He'll show you how to bump your life off self-center and how to experience the life of purpose you were meant to have.
"IT REALLY ISN'T ABOUT ME"
Presented by best-selling author and pastor Max Lucado with Randy Frazee and Karen Hill, The Story for Children: A Storybook Bible, is geared for children age 4 to 7. This storybook Bible includes over 60 stories that will allow young listeners to discover that God's story is not just a collection of random adventures - it's a complete story that tells about God's great love for his people.
"The Story for Children: A Storybook Bible"
Fear. Worry. Discontent. No wonder we get so weary. We're worn out from carrying that excess baggage. Wouldn't it be nice to lose some of those bags? That's the invitation of Max Lucado. With the 23rd Psalm as our guide, let's release some of the burdens we were never intended to bear.
The Applause of Heaven, a best selling classic, leads the searcher to an encounter with the source of joy. It shows that the peace of God is within your reach. And the applause of heaven is nearer than you think.
"Get a better narrator."
Why does the Bible contain so many stories of hurting people? Though their situations vary, their conditions don't. They have nowhere to turn. Yet before their eyes stands a never-say-die Galilean who majors in stepping in when everyone else steps out. Lucado reminds us that the purpose of these portraits isn't to tell us what Jesus did-but rather to remind us what Jesus still does.
"worth reading over and over again"
Do you ever feel like you are too small or too ordinary? That's how Itsy and Bitsy feel. When these two charming little mice hear that a king is coming to Bethlehem, they run to find him. But they can't find the king, and other animals discourage them. "Don't even try," they say. "The king doesn't care about little ones like us." Itsy and Bitsy are just about to give up when something amazing happens.