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Trouble In and Out of Youth Group Book 1

Trouble In and Out of Youth Group Volume 1

After Chris gets stuck in a hole during a youth group game, God uses the situation to bring his family together, and to grow his friends in their faith. It’s a mystery when the the fire department finds a human skull at the bottom of the hole.

Tallie, Grace, and Bernie make a new friend in a wheelchair and help kids at the youth group learn what Jesus meant when he said to love others as you love yourself.

When there is trouble at home, in school, or even at youth group, these friends are learning how to face it with God’s help.

Trouble is good clean entertainment for youth. Girls and boys alike will find a character to relate to. Trouble will also be an excellent help and encouragement for parents, teachers, and youth group workers. The emphasis on prayer, and learning to follow God’s directions is the heart of each chapter.

Recommended for readers aged 8 – 14.

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Trouble In and Out of Youth Group Volume 2

The story continues in Trouble In and Out of Youth Group 2: Does Mason go to the Scavenger Hunt? Find out if Mason enjoys youth group. Did God really change Mason’s heart? Sam gets hurt and pulls a prank that gets him into trouble. Matt gets to know his new little sister. God provides a rescue for the stranded youth group. A new ministry stretches the youth’s involvement in the neighborhood; baseball becomes a tool. There’s a food fight and consequences. A possible persecution of Christian students is suspected. Help from the police is needed when two youth go missing. Can a dog have a ministry of his own?

Trouble In and Out of Youth Group 2 is good clean entertainment for youth. Girls and boys alike will find a character to relate to. Trouble will also be an excellent help and encouragement for parents, teachers, and youth group workers. The emphasis on prayer, and learning to follow God’s directions is the heart of each chapter. Trouble 2 is a continuation of the characters and their adventures from Trouble In and Out of Youth Group (book 1).

Recommended for readers aged 8 – 14.

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Love Agape Style

College student Sherry is kicked out of her family home by an irate father who is demanding an abortion. Almost immediately she meets an Agape Group couple who help her with housing, marrying her boyfriend, and the birth of her baby. The Agape Group uses a hands-on approach to their pro-life ministry when they come to the aid of the newly-weds.

Beginning her walk of renewed faith, Sherry is faced with enormous challenges.
Her unstable father resorts to violence to regain control of his family. Sherry’s mom and siblings, having been victims of her father’s rage, respond to the outreach of kindness and care from Sherry’s new friends. The Agape couples again become God’s tool to surround Sherry and her family with loving support.

In this inspirational Christian fiction, the Agape Group lives out their love during highly-charged times. However, when another disaster hits Sherry’s embattled family, will it be too much for the newer believers?

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Love Agape Style Book by Norma Warrick, Available from Amazon.com
About the Author
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Norma Warrick

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Norma Warrick lives in the Denver area with her husband Bob. They have two adult daughters, one son-in-law, and four grandchildren. Norma has spent the last thirty years loving on children of all ages. She’s been involved in teaching Sunday school, clubs, youth groups, and in the last seven years she has taught at a weekly Bible study for home-schooled kids.
Her concern for seeing growth in this generation’s walk with the Lord was motivation for writing these books.

Enjoy these books. My hope is for the books to influence people for Christ and entertain them. The books have humor, drama and adventure that draws people into the story.

Norma is a teacher and a story teller and, through these books, desires to encourage others with her own experiences.  She has a heart for influencing others for Christ and hopes that these books will be a ministry tool for those that are on the fence about faith in Jesus Christ.

Most of her life she has been involved in volunteer activities – reaching out with the love that God has extended to her. When she wrote the children’s book, it came from thirty years of experience working with Christian children, her own children, neighborhood kids, youth groups, Sunday school classes, VBS, home school bible study groups and clubs.

Norma is also a member of the CIA Christian Women’s Writers Club.