Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Paperback giveaways of the Parables of Virginia Bean (Conquering Your Goliaths, The Feast, The Gift) by Kathryn Elizabeth Jones




Paperback giveaways 
of the Parables of Virginia Bean


Conquering your Goliaths: A Parable of the Five Stones

David gathered 5 smooth stones to meet and defeat Goliath. What did these stones represent and how can you use them to conquer your Goliaths in your own personal quests? Ms. Virginia Bean will show you how.

Travel with her on her own personal journey. See what she does. Learn how she grows. Discover what she becomes.


"Conquering your Goliaths - A Parable of the Five Stones" is for anyone desiring to travel beyond mediocrity, pain and fear. Learn of the great power within you, a power given to you from God, a power that must ultimately be unleashed to conquer the Goliaths in your own life. Come to an even deeper understanding of God and what he wants for you. Come . . .



The Feast: A Parable of the Ring

Virginia had experienced the power and direction of the five stones; now, she would need to use them again. 

For entirely different reasons. 


Keeping her marriage together was not the only thing on her mind. Having a child wasn't going to happen in the usual way, and Virginia was determined that adoption was the answer. If she did all of the right things, said all of the right words; if she remembered the five stones in her journey to get her child, God would surely have to answer her. 


It wouldn't be too difficult.


The Gift: A Parable of the Key

After the death of their only child, it was time for Virginia and Richard to truly act on the power held within the five stones.

But their healing was taking a long time, and, quite frankly, proving to be an empty vessel needing to be filled.


Would they ever have a child of their own?


Would the old key help in their search for the truth? Joy was in their lives once again, a homeless teen with an alcoholic mother, still managing the journey to Just Desserts for another pink cupcake.


Was Joy the answer? And if so, what was the truth locked within her heart?




1 comments:

LuAnn Braley said...

These sound interesting! Part fiction, part allegory, maybe?

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