Shauna Letellier

Remembering Holy Week: Five Remarkable Stories of Unremarkable People

Remembering Holy Week: Five Remarkable Stories of Unremarkable People by Shauna Letellier
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nonfiction Fiction, Religion
For readers of:Liz Curtis Higgs, Francine Rivers, Tosca Lee, Lynn Austin, Michael Card
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Print Length24 pages
LanguageEnglish
About the Book

Through five daily readings, Remembering Holy Week takes an imaginative look at five unremarkable people who honored Christ during his last days on Earth. They’ve been called many things—common, wasteful, outcast, overbearing, criminal—but they’ve never been called heroes. They were people who honored Christ in remarkable ways.

Remembering Holy Week drapes the fabric of fiction over the framework of Scripture. Each reading includes a fictional retelling of a Bible moment, a devotional reflection, and a prayer. As you prepare your heart for Easter, you will discover that no matter how you honor Christ, it is never too insignificant, too messy, or too late.

About the Author

Shauna Letellier enjoys weaving strands of history, theology, and fictional detail into a fresh retelling of familiar Bible stories. She draws upon her Bachelors degree in Biblical Studies from Grace University in Omaha, Nebraska, as well as a variety of Bible commentaries to drape the fabric fiction over the framework of Scripture. Shauna’s writing has been published on The Huffington Post, Day Spring’s InCourage, The MOB Society, and in MomSense Magazine (now Hello Dearest), a publication of MOPS International. She is the author of Remarkable Faith: When Jesus Marveled at the Faith of Unremarkable People, (FaithWords, 2017). Connect with her on Facebook and Instagram or at www.shaunaletellier.com.

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