Amid the wealth, luxury and immorality of Las Vegas is a large community of Christians. As his last great architectural endeavor, millionaire David Sinclair constructs a peculiar mega resort bordering the Las Vegas strip. In a city where many locals and visitors have larger-than-life appetites for strong drink, wild parties and easy sex, the Mizbeach Hotel will be a well of living water in the desert. A second-stringer reporter with first-class talent, Andrea Leggett is determine to make it to a giant network. Blinded to everything but getting her big break, Andrea is determine to land an exclusive interview with the reclusive David Sinclair. Before Andrea is able to put her plan into action, the providential hand of God begins to moves. Andrea encounters the mysterious Sam Spirit; a man who appears to know her deepest hurts, pains and need. Unknown to Andrea, their emotional meeting was not by chance, nor would it be their last. As Andrea arrives to the Mizbeach Hotel she is paralyzed by the first in a series of visions. While the exclusive is still on her agenda, Andrea finds herself troubled by the reoccurring and unexplained visions. Caroline Sinclair, daughter of Mr. Sinclair, is introduced to Andrea and the second stringer reporter life's takes a drastic change. For the first time, Andrea ponders her spiritual condition. An unexpected tragedy causes Andrea to reside at the Mizbeach. During her stay she discovered The Mizbeach to be a place of sacrifice. It becomes her refuge and her destiny. The Theme of this book is God is at work everywhere. The convicting power of God's spirit moves many from self-centeredness to faith in Jesus Christ.
With this new series, take a trip to the beach with the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse or explore a winter wonderland with Olaf and his friends in the Kingdom of Arendelle. These two amusing stories contain four fabulous pop-ups that will easily absorb children into these characters' magical lives.
Lucy Cat saves the day at the beach, in English and in French These colorful bilingual comic strips are the perfect way to enjoy reading in a foreign language. The same strip is run twice on the page, the foreign language above, and the English below. The simple text in speech bubbles, the humorous illustrations, and the motivating stories all make learning fun. At the back of the book is an illustrated page of key words in both languages.
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