Princess Charity's Courageous Heart
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Number of Pages: 32
Publication Date: 2012
Availability: In Stock
Series: Princess Parables
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Based on the Parable of the Good Samaritan in Luke 10:30 37 Princess Charity is disconcerted with an argument that has transpired at the castle and decides her best recourse would be to run away. As her impulsive journey unfolds she encounters a phenomenon that would ultimately alter her life forever. From her hiding place in the Weeping Woodlands, she sees a wounded dog that is old and unloved lying on the side of the road. She watches as others find him and stop, but none reach out to help him. She decides to befriend the hurting creature, even though her decision would mean she may be found by many of the Kings men who are looking for her. She can only help him by taking him back to the castle to nurse him back to health where she learns the true meaning of charity and mercy.
Jeanna Stolle Young is a daughter of the king that lives in Southern California with her dashing husband, Bruce, her two sweet princesses, Danika and Emmalynn, and two daring princes, Christian and Kenton. God gave her the vision for this series that has caused her faith to grow through watching Him work. She has a passion for moms of princesses and knights training up the next generation for Christ. She is a speaker and blogger at www.theprincessparables.com
This book is the 13th book in the Princess Parables Series.
Jacqueline Kinney Johnson is a former tribal missionary to the Kuna Indians located on the Colombian border in Central America. The vision for The Princess Parable Series was born in these jungles. She is the wife of Pastor Ralph Johnson and the mother of two daughters and the grandmother of three princesses, Catherine, Alexandra Grace, and Megan Joy and four young knights, Zack, Payton, Maverick, and Christopher. She delights in stirring young hearts and imaginations with Godly character and the certainty of becoming a child of the King for eternity. Her passion is mentoring and equipping dedicated young women for life, marriage, motherhood, and beyond. She lives in a castle perched high on a hill above the Pacific Ocean in Southern California.Omar Aranda studied Fine Arts in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he was born. Many top publishers and companies worldwide have commissioned him for projects including story artwork, comics, and character design. He started his career as an artistic painter but now devotes all of his time to illustrations for children's products.
In Princess Faith's Mysterious Garden, Faith finds a secret abandoned garden and learns, through trial and error, how to bring it back to life. This story is fashioned after the parable of the seeds.
In Princess Hope and the Hidden Treasure, Hope discovers her grandmother's ring in a shopkeeper's window - once lost and now for sale! She and her sisters sell all the toys, clothes, and jewelry they have in order to purchase it back. When they do, they learn that the ring leads them to a priceless treasure, very similar to the parable of the pearl.
In Princess Charity's Courageous Heart, the youngest princess, Charity, helps a young boy who has fallen from his cart. She is the Good Samaritan and gains honor for her good deed.
All of my girls liked these new tales. They are well-written and sweet and, most importantly, they uphold good and godly character. - Jennifer Joneleit, www.ChristianBookPreviews.com