Tyson is a modern-day teen who has a strange encounter with someone who's in immediate danger--but living exactly one thousand years earlier! Through a weird time contortion, he communicates with Stefan, a young warrior in training in the Middle Ages. Through dangerous circumstances, Stefan shows Tyson how to link up with an incredible source of strength. It all has to do with a Man named Jesus and the way He prayed.
Now it's your turn to enter into a spiritual adventure with real results. Let Jesus show you, and only He can, how to pray in a way that works. Recommended for ages 10 an up.
Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 160 Vendor: Multnomah Books Publication Date: 2006 Dimensions: 7.00 X 5.00 (inches)
ISBN: 1590527380 ISBN-13: 9781590527382 Availability: In Stock Ages: 10-12
Meet Tyson and Stefan. One strange night, they suddenlyweirdlyconnect with each other in a time contortion that spans exactly a thousand years. Stefan is a young warrior in training in the Middle Ages, trapped in a tower while raiders ravage everything below. Through a long, sleepless night, the two guys help each other wrestle with responsibilities they dont want. And Stefan shows how to link up with a source of strength that Tyson can hardly even imagine. It all has to do with a Man named Jesus, and the way He prayed. Follow their spiritual adventure, and walk into the journey Jesus wants for you. Hell show you, as no one else can, how to pray in the way that works.
Story Behind the Book
"This book became a reality thanks to these four things: a recurring image in my fresh-from-sleep thoughts about a boy in a bell tower, extensive Bible study on Jesus prayers, the publishers request for a youth book focusing on Jesus and prayer; and then a friends off-hand mention of the phrase, What would Jesus pray?" Mack Thomas
Mack Thomas (a pen name) has written many childrens books, including What Would Jesus Do? With more than a million and a half copies of his books sold, three have been awarded the ECPA Gold Medallion. He is the father of five adult children. Living with his wife in Sisters, Oregon, he works as a book editor and enjoys being involved in junior high and high school ministry.