Browse Reviews :: Blessed Child
By Ted Dekker and Bill Bright
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 1/27 Jamie Eichele wrote: Well done ted Dekker and Bill Bright! This was an amazing, inspirational and very moving story! This book had me grinning from ear-to-ear in one chapter and eyes nearly welling up with tears in another. This book focuses on young Caleb. A boy rescued from a monastary that is under attack in Ethiopia. ... Wonderful book! Fantastic story, characters and full of thought-provoking messages!
On 9/17 Zenichka wrote: Is it possible to keep the faith when you’re continuously bombarded by information? We’re living in a world where any kind of info is at your fingertips. However, it does not come by demand only, it also attacks you from TV, internet, advertising banners outside. In Ukraine, you can see Playboy ... [Book Review: Blessed Child by Ted Dekker]
On 8/31 Dazee Reads wrote: Title: Blessed Child Author: Ted Dekker & Bill Bright Series:The Caleb Books #1 Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publishers Release Date: May 14th 2013 (first published April 4th 2001) Format:ebook Source:Publisher Genre: Christian Fiction, Mystery & Suspense Reviewed by: Kym aka DazeeThis book was an amazing ... Review:Blessed Child By Ted Dekker
On 3/13 The Well Traveled Day wrote: Book Review of Blessed Child by Ted Dekker with Bill BrightREVIEW BY: L. Bankhead I will tell you right now that this is the third, possibly fourth time I have read this book. Obviously, I'm going to tell you I really like it. This books ... Blessed Child Book Review
On 1/15 Meghan wrote: I love Ted Dekker. So when the opportunity came up to review a book of his that I had not previously read, I jumped on it! "Blessed Child" is one of Ted's earlier works and is a collaboration with the late Bill Bright, founder of Campus Crusade. The story revolves around the young boy, Caleb, who flees ... Book Review: Blessed Child
On 1/11 Joy Boyer wrote: From the back of the book: “A young orphaned boy was abandoned and raised in an Ethiopian monastery. He has never seen outside its walls—at least, not the way most people see. Now he must flee or die. But the world beyond is hardly ready for a boy like Caleb. When relief expert Jason Marker agrees ... Thrilling!
On 12/17 Derek Allen wrote: Ted Dekker and Bill Bright created an excellent work that really draws the reader into deep thought about worldly influences and perspectives. Through the work, the Gospel is presented in a clear way amongst other religious beliefs and practices. The authors do an excellent job of weaving a compelling ... Great Work
On 12/17 Rhonda Baker wrote: Okay, I admit it. I am a total Ted Dekker fan. I am slowly collecting all of his books. But Blessed Child and A Child Called Blessed, never seemed to pull at me. Through Booksneeze, as a reviewer, I decided to go ahead and review this book, since it IS a Ted Dekker book. There are a couple of things ... What took me so long?
On 12/15 flakymn wrote: This book really got me thinking. A young orphaned boy named Caleb is abandoned in the midst of an invasion and raised in an Ethiopian monastery. He has never seen outside its walls, and now he must flee those walls or die. When relief worker Jason Marker agrees to take Caleb from the monastery, he ... Really Got Me Thinking
On 11/25 Denise Talen wrote: Faith. Jesus said that if we have faith as small as mustard seed, we can move mountains. What would the world be like if we really believed that? That is the question that is explored in Blessed Child. In Ted Dekkers’s latest novel Blessed Child we meet a boy named Caleb who has been raised by a priest ... A Book that Challenged the Soul