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About Ronnie Dauber
Ronnie Dauber is a Canadian Christian author whose passion is to write books that keep readers wanting more. She has written four books in her Sarah Davies adventure series, which is a collection of fast-paced and action-packed outdoor adventures that keep readers glued to the pages. She has also written one adult suspense story called Web Secrets, which will captivate you as you live in Maddie's shoes and search for missing friends and then realize that she is the target.
Ronnie's primary focus, though, has been in writing her inspirational books including Let Faith Arise, No Compromise, God's Calling...it's For You!, One Glorious Night, The Rising Son, The Boy Who Would be King, and Jesus Saves. She has also written The Crown Series, which is a collection of books about Bible heroes. They are full-length stories read by Grandpa to his grandson who asks all the questions that a young person or new believer would ask. The series includes: From Cradle to King—the story of Jesus, From Slave to Hero—the story of Joseph. From Prince to Prophet—the story of Moses, From Shepherd to King—the story of David, From Captive to Delegate—the story of Daniel, and From Orphan to Queen—the story of Esther. This series is for all ages and new believers who want to learn about the people of the Bible in books that are based on biblical facts yet read like exciting novels.
Ms. Dauber lives in Ontario, Canada with her husband, children, and grandchildren. Retirement for her doesn't mean rest and relaxation; it means more time to write and share the good news of Jesus with her friends.
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If laughter is the best medicine, then this book is your prescription. Turn off the news and spend a few days not following current events. Instead, return to the basics—humanity’s ability to laugh at itself.
Maybe you should even do a news cleanse for a few days! Hide under the covers and read these stories instead. Or read a chapter a day, or a story a day for 101 days. These pages contain the antidote to whatever is troubling you. They will definitely put you in a good mood.
No one is safe from our writers— from spouses to parents to children to colleagues and friends. And of course the funniest of all are the stories they tell about their own mishaps and those “most embarrassing moments.” There’s no holding anything back in these pages, so prepare for lots of good, clean (and not so clean) fun.
Sarah and her cousin Meagan join their class in a three-day nature hike to celebrate the end of high school. While the girls look forward to using their expertise in hiking and trekking, Sarah is focused on this being her last chance to win the attention of the charming football icon.
However, her dreams are soon shattered as conflicts within the team reveal their true character and put everyone at risk. Amid intolerable tensions and provoked by a series of unexpected storms, Sarah and her team become trapped in the path of a deadly mudslide. Now Sarah must face her own fears as she works with the others to find the victims of the aggressive slide. Together, they must use every skill they have as they embark in the fast-paced mission of rescue and survival in a gut-wrenching race against time.
It was during her early years as the queen that Esther learned the king had approved a decree set up by his evil governor to annihilate every single Jewish person in the land. But God had a plan to stop it, and Esther soon realized that she was part of God’s plan to save the Jewish nation. She knew God would protect her even when she put her life at risk because, in her heart, she knew that she’d been born for a time such as this.
This book is focused on biblical truth, highlighted with God’s power, and underlined with emotion. It’s also accented with a bit of humor as once again, Grandpa reads it to his grandson who is full of questions. It’s written in a storybook format to enable children, new believers and readers of every age to understand who Esther was and how God gave her the courage to save the nation of Israel.
Most people know David as the shepherd boy that killed Goliath and who eventually became king, but they don't know the details in between that made David such an example of God's love and power. He wasn't perfect, and he did things that he lived to regret, but he had the one thing that many of us crave—a heart for God. He knew God, loved Him and had faith in Him! David is our mentor for faith; he suffered greatly throughout his lifetime, yet he always loved and praised God through it all.
This book is easy to read and understand because Grandpa is once again reading to his grandson who asks all those questions that we'd want to ask. It's perfect to read to children or for juveniles, teens, young adults and new believers to read so they can know David. This book is loaded with biblical truth, highlighted with God's power, and accented with a bit of humor because no one can tell a story like Grandpa!
Firstly, I want to convince Christians and non-Christians all over the world that we do not go to church because it has a large congregation, or because of the hype of the music or the preaching, or because of the promises that the leaders give to make you wealthy.