Girls of Virtue Series – TASHA – Week 13 Recap

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V-GIRL: GIRLS OF VIRTUE SERIES
BOOK FOUR – TASHA

14-year-old Tasha Lu Solara loves dance, drama, fashion, and coding. But the most important thing you should know about her is that she is a follower of Jesus. Growing up in an atheist/Buddhist family, Tasha is reluctant to talk about her faith. It isn’t until she joins the ZOEgivers student club at her high school and ends up on a trip involving murdered missionaries, a white tiger prophecy, and an ancient people sect of the Ming Dynasty that she learns the importance of shining her light.

Tasha’s story is currently being posted on our story blog and we’ve (almost) come to the end. Here’s a recap of week thirteen.

Because next week is Christmas (yay!) no new chapters will be posted. Tasha’s farewell will be posted the last week of this year. As always, happy reading :)

Women of the Word: Many Christian Women

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After the brutal death of Stephen recorded in Acts 7, Luke wrote in Acts 8:3, “As for Saul, he made havoc of the church, entering every house, and dragging off men and women, committing them to prison.” Female followers of Jesus were among the last to leave the cross, the first to discover the empty tomb, and some of the many who suffered for Christ during the early days of the Christian church.

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Women of the Word: Vashti

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We meet Vashti at the beginning of the book of Esther 1:8-20. She was the former Queen of Persia and the first wife of King Ahasuerus. Now it came to pass that King Ahasuerus threw a mega feast for all the men in his kingdom while Vashti threw another feast for the women. On the last day of feasting, Ahasuerus sent seven of his eunuchs to command Vashti to come to him so he could show her to the people for Vashti was very beautiful to look upon.

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Girls of Virtue Series – TASHA – Week 12 Recap

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V-GIRL: GIRLS OF VIRTUE SERIES
BOOK FOUR – TASHA

14-year-old Tasha Lu Solara loves dance, drama, fashion, and coding. But the most important thing you should know about her is that she is a follower of Jesus. Growing up in an atheist/Buddhist family, Tasha is reluctant to talk about her faith. It isn’t until she joins the ZOEgivers student club at her high school and ends up on a trip involving murdered missionaries, a white tiger prophecy, and an ancient people sect of the Ming Dynasty that she learns the importance of shining her light.

Tasha’s story is currently being posted on our story blog. Here’s a recap of week twelve.

Chapters 36, 37, and 38 of TASHA will be posted next week! Happy reading :)

9 Christmas Poems

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The Greatest Gift
by Ron Tranmer

When Christmas shopping is finally done,
wrapped gifts lie ‘neath a tree
that sparkles bright with tinsel and light
for everyone to see.

Each gift has been selected
with thoughtfulness and care.
Brining joy with evey toy
and other gifts we bear.

But let us keep within our heart
the much greater gift than these.
One from above, with God’s great love
should bring us to our knees.

A gift of birth to all on Earth.
A gift that’s far from small.
To everyone, He gave His Son…
The greatest gift of all.

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