Lucy's map isn't the same as her friend's. Will they both find their way? More
Lucy loves her friends. She likes to play with her friend Amy. Then she learns that Amy isn't a Christian like she is. Lucy doesn't know what to do. Does God want her to be friends with Amy? Is there more than one way to love God? Lucy doesn't know. That night, she dreams her daddies give her a map. Where will the map lead and will she be able to save her friend along the way?
This book explores the themes of love as depicted in the Bible and applies them to modern family life. It looks at friendship and teaches about tolerance. Lucy has a map and her friend Amy has a map. They do not follow the same path, but in the end they both lead to the same place. Lucy loves her friends, even when they are different from her.
Ruth Andrews is an English teacher who loves to travel around the world. Her books explore her ideas that being a Christian means one loves, and that love is not restricted to a single faith or family structure. Love is for everyone.