My Donkey and the Master

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A young man and his donkey embark on an amazing journey when Joseph of Nazareth takes him on as apprentice. Have an inside view of the holy family's experiences, from their betrothal, pregnancy, birth, flight to Egypt, marriage at Cana, death of Lazarus, to the crucifixion, resurrection, and ascension of the Lord. Enjoy this fictional, yet Scripturally accurate tale of a man and his donkeys. More

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Words: 11,570
Language: English
ISBN: 9780998777108
About J.L. Callison

J.L. Callison was an early reader, whose third-grade teacher encouraged his love of reading. He read over 300 books that year, and was reading on an eighth grade level by year’s end. He developed a wide range of reading interests, and read volumes A-H of the World Book Encyclopedia! He loves to collect books, and has well over a thousand books in his library, most of which he has read at least once. Young adult is his favorite genre, for as he says, he refuses to grow up.
He studied for the ministry, and has served in lay capacities for much of his adult life, but always with a youth ministry focus. He has been, along with his wife, a junior-high youth sponsor and teacher for most of the last twenty-five years. He also served in rescue mission and jail ministries for several years.
He and his wife of 39 years live in Illinois. They have five grown children and are blessed with five grandchildren.

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Review by: Georgiann Baldino on Oct. 08, 2017 :
A wonderful, unique view of the Nativity, author Callison blends little-known facts about Joseph and Mary into a seamless story.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Gerald A. Loeb on April 26, 2017 :
I only have one complaint with this book. It is too short.
Author JL Callison shows his writing chops with his second work. His knowledge of Christian principles based on his years of experience is well evident.
Very few writers in the YA genre write with such authority and verve.
Mr. Callison does. I tecommend his first work, "Stranded at Rumsin's Lodge" as well.
This parable of fairh is well-written and applicable today, i give it five stars!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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