Samuel, Mephibosheth, and a woman on death row—people telling of our Savior’s love.
A chicken, a dinosaur and a tarantula—just a few props to show how we can serve God and our neighbors.
Peanut butter, pinto beans and grandmother’s chow-chow—merely tools to help share the Bread of Life.
These are just a few of the characters in Ebenezer and Ninety-Eight Friends.
It’s Marty’s desire to bring the hymns out of their sometimes formal, Sunday best stuffy setting and into our Monday through Friday lives. At the same time, she presents a light object lesson and appropriate scripture passage. This is done with the format of a devotion book, yet it has a light tone and style.