Adventures with Horses!

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Perfect Gifts for Everyone who Loves Horses

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In these pages you'll:

  • Burst out laughing at the way God showed Rebecca how to deal with conflict.
  • Breathlessly read how God protected Rebecca from a grizzly bear and how you can apply that same protection to your own life.
  • Experience the depths of God's love in a new and refreshing way.
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It's Time to Hit the Trail!

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Leave the Hustle and Bustle of the World Behind

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Between its covers, Horse Tales from Heaven has corralled 54 Wild- West action-packed devotions, which are true stories from the years Rebecca Ondov worked from the saddle on horse pack trips in the Bob Marshall Wilderness of Montana.

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Step into a world where horses (and even a few mules and a donkey) help their owners overcome challenges, achieve their dreams, and experience the depths of God's love in a new and refreshing way.

Discover how to have God's love, wisdom, and courage to face the challenges~and dangers~of every day life:

  • Witness God's power through three miracles in the life of a foal named Rahab
  • Watch a stallion overcome the impossible
  • Conquer the death-grip of fear through Rebecca's near-death encounter

In these stories you'll meet:

*Honey, a mare who helped an anorexic girl choose life

*Starlet, who inspired a teen to make a difference

*Harness horses who helped a troubled man discover that he had something to give

*Nanna, who taught her rider that being different was okay

*Sedona, a rescue horse, who proved that redemption is always possible