Diary of a Disciple: Luke's Story

Diary of a Disciple: Luke's Story

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Dr Luke has a story to tell. It's a super incredible, massively, mind-boggling totally AMAZING, absolutely awesome, epically HUGE story. Luke wrote down everything that happened because he wanted everyone, everywhere in the whole world to hear what he had to say.Luke's story tells you who Jesus is, what he did, the people he met, all the super interesting things he had to say, and it has a pretty jaw-dropping twist right at the end...Diary of a disciple: Luke's story is a contemporary retelling of Luke's Gospel. Written in a quirky, contemporary, accessible style, Diary of a disciple offers a way into the Bible for the next generation.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 352 pages
  • 148 x 210 x 33mm | 496g
  • Bucks, United Kingdom
  • English
  • black and white illustrations
  • 1785064703
  • 9781785064708
  • 155,840

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Mary Hawes, National Children & Youth Adviser for The Church of England, comments: Diary of a Disciple brings Luke's Gospel to life in a brilliant way, with doodles, fact files and funky writing. Even the most reluctant reader will get drawn into this highly visual retelling of Jesus' good news.
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About Gemma Willis

Gemma Willis has over 12 years of experience in working with children and young people. She is passionate about communicating the gospel in relevant, exciting and engaging ways. She has a particular interest in the way in which contemporary culture affects the way children and young people engage with faith.
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