Smallest Spot Of A Dot
Linsey Davis, bestselling children’s author, Emmy-winning correspondent, and host for ABC News brings us The Smallest Spot of a Dot: The Little Ways We’re Different, The Big Ways We’re the Same–a playful and poignant picture book that celebrates how we are all part of the human race.
“Only .1% of our genes make us uniquely who we are. We are 99.9% identical, alike, the same–equal. This book is 100% about that truth.”
Combining whimsical rhymes and Lucy Fleming’s engaging art, The Smallest Spot of a Dot is:
*An inspiring story of connection and equality
*Multicultural, multiracial children’s picture book that recognizes our similarities and our uniqueness
*The perfect read-aloud for kids ages 4-8
*A unique gift for birthdays and holidays
Linsey Davis is also the author of The World Is Awake, One Big Heart, Stay This Way Forever, and How High Is Heaven.
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SKU (ISBN): 9780310748809
Linsey Davis | Illustrator: Michael Tyler | Illustrator: Lucy Fleming
Binding: Cloth Text
Published: January 2023
Hope Of Easter$14.99Add to cart
Lent is about more than just giving things up. It’s about preparing your heart for Jesus. Reflect in this season with The Hope of Easter.
Experience the Easter story in a fresh way with The Hope of Easter – a beautiful 40-day book of Scripture readings, featuring text from the Gospel of John in the accurate, readable, and clear New International Version. Short reflections on the Scripture, journaling prompts, and room to write your thoughts after each day’s reading allow you to reflect on Jesus’ life, sacrificial death, and resurrection during the holy season of Lent.
*Contains the majority of the text from the New International Version Gospel of John.
*Insightful reflections and prompt questions lead to a deeper personal interaction with the Easter story.
*Perfect for gift giving and solo or group study.
God For The Rest Of Us Pastors DVD Kit$19.99Add to cart
The Pharisees called Jesus “a friend of sinners.” He took it as a compliment. Would you? In these resources, Pastor Vince Antonucci and his unusual church that reaches out to people on the Las Vegas Strip explore a powerful question: what if God is not just for the faithful, church-going, or holier-than-thou types – what if God is for the rest of us? This small group study expands viewpoints, overcomes stereotypes, and models how to really love people like Jesus does. The Pastor’s Kit includes everything needed to plan a six-week teaching series around the concepts presented in the Small Group Study. It includes:
Special video message for pastors
Video guide for implementing a church-wide program
Six sermon outlines
Six short video clips to accompany each week’s sermon
Six sermon bumpers (short video clips to introduce each week’s sermon)
Digital art files to use in creation of bulletins and other promo materials
Becoming All Things$22.99Add to cart
Cultural identities and cross-cultural engagement are not things that anyone can choose to ignore anymore, least of all Christians. Many of us want to have diverse friends and are passionate about justice. But if we are serious about cross-cultural relationships–real relationships that lead to understanding, healing and solidarity across cultural lines–we need to be willing to change. And that’s not something that comes easy for any of us.
In Becoming All Things, Michelle Reyes offers a poignant discussion on the challenges surrounding cross-cultural relationships in America today, including the reasons for cultural difference, stereotyping, appropriation, gentrification, racism, and more. Seeking to deconstruct these things in our own lives, Reyes focuses on the concept of cultural accommodation in 1 Corinthians 9:19-23, and looks at the ways in which we need to adapt who we are in order to become all things to all people. The problems inherent in cross-cultural relationships have to do with us. We have to do better.
With language that’s witty, funny, and accessible, Reyes offers hope for majority and minority alike by showing what’s possible when all of us are willing to try something new.