Many people today don’t believe in the Bible. They think that it’s just a collection of myths and that God is not real. They don’t believe that a being like Jesus Christ exists. But what if they’re wrong? Can you suspend your disbelief for a moment, and consider the possibility that it might be true?… Continue reading What if it’s True?
Ch. 40.6 -- Mr. Dumfries crept into the royal stable. No one was about, but music and laugher drifted down from the apartments above the stable. He snuck along the row of stalls until he came to Bernie, who stood munching on a rack of hay. Bernie’s family hadn’t been able to do anything to… Continue reading Jay B. R. Wokky Ch. 40.6 — Bernie Volunteers
CH 39.1 -- Eli’s poor horse struggled through the snow, exhausted. What a storm. Eli called out to Felix. “You’re a magical cat. Can’t you do anything about this weather?” Felix, who was wet and bedraggled himself, growled. “If you wanted a companion who could control the weather, you should have transformed a weather witch.… Continue reading Jay B. R. Wokky Ch. 39.1 — A Refuge in the Storm
Horses have always been (for me) a symbol of freedom, courage, and beauty. As a child I put on my black rubber boots and galloped out in the rain, neighing as I crested the green grassy hill on the playground. Trips to the library included as many of C. W. Anderson’s books as I could… Continue reading Horses