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L’histoire de Jésus // The Story of Jesus (French)

SKU# G500B50992FR

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$7.00

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This much-loved children’s book on the life of our Master, Christ Jesus is now in French!

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La vie de Christ Jésus est peut-être l’histoire la plus importante qui ait jamais été racontée. Résumée par Jean Horton Berg, L’histoire de Jésus parle de sa naissance et son enfance, ses enseignements et ses guérisons au cours des trois années de son ministère, sa crucifixion et sa résurrection. Les enfants conserveront de la lecture de cette histoire une profonde appréciation de la confiance totale que Jésus avait en Dieu.

Le récit de Jean Horton Berg, très accessible et enrichi de belles illustrations, constitue un merveilleux outil pour initier les enfants à la vie de notre Maître, Christ Jésus.

The life of Christ Jesus is perhaps the most important story ever told. As recapitulated by Jean Horton Berg, The Story of Jesus recounts his birth and childhood, his teachings and healings during his three-year ministry, and his crucifixion and resurrection. Children will come away from this story with a deep appreciation of Jesus’ abiding trust in God.

Berg’s accessible retelling, with much-loved illustrations, is a wonderful resource for introducing children to the life of our Master, Christ Jesus.

Language: français/French
No of pages : 40 pages
Dimensions : 20 x 20 cm (8’’ x 8’’)
Weight : 0,14 kg (0,31 pounds)
ISBN : 978-0-87510-110-1
SKU : G500B50992FR
Suggested retail price: $9.99

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