Selah is a little lamb neglected and abused by her mean shepherd. She longs to be loved by him but finds it impossible no matter what she does to please him; he still rejects her. Selah lives in a small corral separated by her family. She loves to dance and sing but she can’t. One night she dreamed she was free dancing and singing amongst a loving shepherd who delighted in her songs and dance. Selah longs to be free but she has two obstacles keeping her from her destiny, pleasing others and fear. Discover how Selah overcame her challenges and discovered a new life.
Characters: Selah (every lost or hurting soul), Shepherd Meanie (the law, sin, evil one, abusers), Sarxie (the flesh), Shepherd Goodness (Jesus Christ the Good Shepherd), and Gappee (The Holy Spirit).
Selah is a little lamb who has been abused and neglected by her old shepherd, ‘Shepherd Meanie.’ In the book called ‘The Rescue,’ Selah was rescued by a loving shepherd named ‘Shepherd Goodness’ and another little lamb named ‘Gappee,’ who loves her and wants to be her friend. Selah has a difficult time being close to anyone and often wanders away in her own little world trying to find happiness on her own. One day Selah meets a little bunny named ‘Worry’ who was lonely and needed a friend. At Gappee’s objection to befriend him, Selah decided to take ‘Worry’ home. See what happens next.
Characters: Selah (every lost, abused, or lonely soul), Gappee (the Holy Spirit), Worry (every care or concern we carry), Shepherd Goodness (Jesus Christ the Good Shepherd).
A Heart of Gold is given to us by our Father God to every born-again believer. The problem is, sin deceives us and causes us to run away from the only Father who loves us. Like the little prince and princess in A Heart of Gold, we try to get rid of sin on our own. Discover how sin affects us and how we try to manage life on our own through the flesh rather than finding our only solution through allowing Christ to live His life through us.
STUDY GUIDE for parents and teachers will help make the story real and practical.
Characters: The King (Our Heavenly Father), Uncle (Holy Spirit), Elder Son (Jesus Christ) Prince (Sons of God), Princess (Daughters of God), Man at the gate and His Son, (Evil one or Sin).