In Just the Way You Are, a group of orphans are adopted by a King. But he lives in a far away land. As they wait for his arrival, they want to create a gift for him to show his gratitude. But will their work ethic prevent them from watching and waiting for their Father and King?
In All You Ever Need, the people of a dry desert village depend on water -- just like we depend on our God
In The Way Home, a princess runs away from the castle where her Father can protect her. Ultimately, he pays the ultimate sacrifice to bring her home.
In Small Gifts in God's Hands, Max Lucado retells the story of the loaves and the fishes in a way that reminds us of how God can work great miracles with our gifts, when we give them back to him.
In Alabaster's Song, the Christmas story can be seen through the eyes of a young angel on a Christmas tree. But, who can hear him singing?
In another allegorical tale, Because I Love you, a boy learns that restrictions are for his protection and show the love our protectors have for us.
The Crippled Lamb, is a Christmas story about a lamb who is crippled, but ultimately learns that everything has a purpose and he can be used for something wonderful.
In Just in Case You Ever Wonder, children can be reaffirmed in the love that their parents have for them and the love their God has for them.
In The Song of the King, three knights are trying to return to their kingdom, but they can only do so if they can truly follow the Song of the King.