The Legend of the Three Trees by Thomas Nelson
  

Synopsis

The Legend of the Three Trees by Thomas Nelson

God always has a plan and a purpose for everything. He does things in His own unique way and in His own time. The Legend of the Three Trees is a timeless retelling of the classic folktale of three distinct trees, each with its own hopes, dreams, and aspirations. Each tree dreamed of becoming great-perhaps a majestic treasure chest, or a magnificent sailing ship, or maybe the tallest tree in the forest. But their dreams didn't seem to come true. Disappointed and dejected, the trees despair until they each interact with Jesus Christ-in His birth, ministry, and ultimate sacrifice. In these experiences they learn that God has a special purpose for each of them. Thoughtfully written and beautifully animated, The Legend of the Three Trees teaches children and adults alike the significance of their role in God's plan for the world. Features & Benefits: * Beautifully animated classic folktale with a fresh, new cover* Teaches children the important lesson that they are significant and God has a special role for them to play* Narrated by Hal Holbrook* Features two original songs

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Format

DVD video
Running Time: 40 minutes
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Thomas Nelson
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Publisher

Thomas Nelson Publishers

Publication date

4th March 2014

ISBN

9781400323654


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