Benny The Bunny And Jesus

Author: Joe Chavez
Publisher:
ISBN: 1626974632
Size: 11.60 MB
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Have you ever wondered how you can connect the Easter Bunny to Jesus, the crucifixion and resurrection? Well, you can stop wondering! In "Benny the Bunny and Jesus," author and father Joe M. Chavez tells the tale of how a curious little bunny wandered into the garden of Gethsemane and ended-up following Jesus through the dramatic events of the Easter weekend. You will read how Benny took what he saw and learned from the crucifixion and resurrection and became the first Easter Bunny by sharing with children everywhere the sweet gift that God gave to us-His Son, Jesus Christ. And yes, Benny shared some candy and colorful eggs too! When children ask you where the Easter Bunny came from, or why there is an Easter Bunny, now you have an answer! Joe M. Chavez is an inspirational speaker based in Littleton, Colorado. He has a beautiful wife, and four awesome children, ages 26, 23 and twin 4 year olds.

The Mask Of Deception

Author: Marisol Pareja
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 9780996733816
Size: 16.96 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Find out all this and more in...... The Mask of Deception – Are Catholics Unknowingly Practicing Santeria and Voodoo? The Mask of Deception reveals the synchronicity between Catholicism, Santeria, and Voodoo and how they now hide in one of the largest and oldest religions in the world – Catholicism. This unique and eye opening book is a result of Marisol Pareja’s escape from organized religion and the 40-year journey she embraced to share her experience with you. Jesus Christ saved her from it all and gave her all of the information found in this book. Marisol Pareja is currently working on her Memoir that will be released soon for all to read. Her memoir is her 40-year journey in and out of these organized religions and everything she went through to escape them.

The Tale Of Rebekah Rabbit

Author: Jean McCurdy Meade
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
ISBN: 9781598589702
Size: 14.52 MB
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Where did the story of the Easter Bunny come from? What does Easter, the Day on which Jesus was raised from the dead that Christians celebrate every year with great joy, have to do with a rabbit that brings joy to children? Did it ever occur to you that there might have been a family of rabbits in the Garden outside Jerusalem where Jesus was laid in the tomb on that sad, amazing day we call Good Friday? Well, if there were rabbits in that garden, maybe one of them saw the Risen Lord even before the faithful women went to the tomb and encountered the Angel telling the news of His Resurrection. Maybe she was a little bunny named Rebekah, who was curious about the strange rumbling she felt early, early that Sunday morning, and the beautiful light that came with the dawn, so out she hopped into the garden, all alone, while her brothers and sisters slept. And there she met the most wonderful person in the world - and somehow she knew Him and He knew her!! And then maybe that little bunny was able to say something without words to those women - and they included her in their story to the others. But then, over the centuries, the part about the rabbit and the first Easter day got forgotten -mostly. Fantasy can be a wonderful way to connect with the truths taught by the Christian faith. Based on the Gospel of Matthew, "The Tale of Rebekah Rabbit" is for children and adults with a heart for what may have happened if, as old legends tell us, animals can talk among themselves and, like humans, can recognize the voice of their Maker! Jean Alden McCurdy Meade, an Episcopal priest since 2002, is the Rector of Mount Olivet Episcopal Church, New Orleans. She is the mother of four, step-mother of one, and grandmother of four - so far. A pianist, organist, singer, and lover of reading and good conversation, her special calling is teaching the Bible to young and old. For 19 years she served as the lay chaplain of St. Andrew's Episcopal School where she used impromptu drama and music to bring the Bible stories to life. She has broadcast a Bible study, "Light unto my Path," on New Orleans public access television for years and has been the speaker for many conferences and retreats, especially on "Women of the Bible" and "Male and Female in the Image of God." A graduate of Agnes Scott College and Duke University, she taught English in high schools and college before "retiring" for a while to bring up her children. In 1988 she was the first non-Roman Catholic graduate of Notre Dame Roman Catholic Seminary of New Orleans and then earned a PhD in Philosophy from Tulane University in 2000. She has taught Religious Studies and Philosophy at Loyola, Notre Dame Seminary, and Tulane in recent years. She is dedicated to fostering ecumenical work and understanding, serving as a Chaplain in the Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem and in the Sovereign Military Order of the Temple in Jerusalem, and she has been an oblate of St. Joseph Abbey, Order of Saint Benedict, in Covington, Louisiana, for many years. Ever since the 200th anniversary of the Louisiana Purchase in 2003, Jean has led an ecumenical service of Vespers in French at Mount Olivet Church to celebrate the French heritage of Louisiana. A native of San Antonio, Texas, she has four sisters and one brother, many nieces and nephews, and is married to Louis R Koerner, Jr, a lawyer. Jean and Louis live in New Orleans in a big old Garden District house built in 1893. They grow their own vegetables and herbs in the garden and love to cook and to travel, especially to France. Illustrator Barbara Hosterman Clark is a mother and grandmother who lives in Grapeland, Texas. A locally well-known artist, she is also an Elder in the First Presbyterian Church of Crockett, Texas.

The Easter Bunny Isn T Real And Neither Is Jesus

Author: Oscar Arias
Publisher: Mental Milk Press
ISBN:
Size: 10.43 MB
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This book explores the true origins of Jesus and the Easter Bunny, I deconstruct the possible origins of Jesus and examine the crazy laws and commandments found in the Old Testament of the Bible. A great quick read on an atheist's point of view on Easter.

The Pastor S Sandal Path

Author: Father Henry C. Schmidt
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781450062572
Size: 17.64 MB
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The Pastor’s Sandal Path relates my envisioning of God in nature. I was privileged to grow up with my sister and five brothers on a farm where our parents instilled in us the presence of God in our daily lives, as well as in the majesty of God’s nature. My early schooling took place in a one-room country school where our fantastic teacher incorporated the beauty of God and nature in the classroom and on field trips. In the upper grades, the Dominican sisters assisted my parents in laying a solid faith foundation. After graduation, I entered St. Mary of the Lake Seminary Mundelein where my faith was deepened, my love of Jesus increased, and God’s presence in nature more keenly perceived. I hope my perceptions of God in nature will help the reader to encounter God in their ordinary experiences of life.

Back To The Basics

Author: Joseph Paul Henry
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 9781462029518
Size: 11.38 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Have you been hurt by the church? Do you feel the word of God is being misrepresented? In Back to the Basics: It’s God’s Way or the Highway, author Joseph Paul Henry seeks to provide hope to those who have been hurt by the church and show there is a side of the church that still loves your soul. By addressing thirty key topics affecting the church today, Henry suggests solutions to the problems facing contemporary Christianity. Through this discussion, he believes bridges to understanding can be built that will bring all followers of Christ together, fill the needs of all parishioners, and help people become saved to fulfill the legacy that Christ died for, while at the same time helping them to keep the faith in God’s plan. Back to the Basics communicates the importance of returning to the foundations of the church—foundations that have been lost in the last thirty years. It provides a plan to refresh the church body memory and bring our lives back to the basics of faith.