Ken Davis' dog Ralph was the best Christian Ken knew---he never drank, cussed, or lied, and Ken never let him hang around with dogs that did! Each of these 90 hilarious and serious devotional readings consists of a story, an application, a ''Verse for the Day,'' related Scripture reading, and ''Just Do It'' (encouragement to put these thoughts into action). If your teen needs a jump start for his or her faith, then hook them up with this book! 192 pages, softcover from Zondervan.
This book will teach you things you didn't know you didn't know! Such as: The difference between a dead gopher and a loaf of bread, Why Ken wore a little set of bronze lips on his letter jacket in high school, Why Ken's dog Ralph was a better Christian than Ken was, Why Ken almost ate his wife's glasses, How to turn a bus driver into an armadillo. And that's just a little of what you'll learn in Jumper Fables, a most unusual devotional book by Ken Davis and David Lambert. Jumper Fables is a collection of strange-but-true stories that'll make you laugh -- and leave you thinking about the things that really matter. Such as how to know God's will, where sex fits into your life, whether death is the worst thing that can happen, how to talk about Christ with your friends, why parents say no, and why we can trust God to do what he says. Jumper Fables was written with teenagers in mind. Ken and Dave talk about things that have happened to them and to other people, and then they suggest some Bible verses that'll help you understand those stories, as well as some things you can do that'll help you not make the same mistakes yourself. So -- want to jump-start your day? Read a Jumper Fable first thing in the morning. They're strange-but true!
Ken Davis provides a unique mixture of side-splitting humor and inspiration that never fails to delight and enrich audiences of all ages. Daviss daily radio program, Lighten Up! is broadcast on over 500 stations nationwide.
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