Question of Yams Grd 1-2

Question of Yams Grd Kuri s father plants their yams in the usual way except for one thing He does not pray to the spirits He says Behold God is mighty and he doesn t seem worried at all Kuri is afraid because the He

  • Title: Question of Yams Grd 1-2
  • Author: Gloria Repp
  • ISBN: 9780890846148
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kuri s father plants their yams in the usual way, except for one thing He does not pray to the spirits He says, Behold, God is mighty, and he doesn t seem worried at all.Kuri is afraid, because the Head Men warn that terrible things will happen He wonders whether they are right.After a while, the rains don t come and a snake bites him, and he wonders some Are thKuri s father plants their yams in the usual way, except for one thing He does not pray to the spirits He says, Behold, God is mighty, and he doesn t seem worried at all.Kuri is afraid, because the Head Men warn that terrible things will happen He wonders whether they are right.After a while, the rains don t come and a snake bites him, and he wonders some Are the spirits punishing him and his family Does he dare to be like Father Does he dare to trust only in God

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    1. Amazing book, it is very simple seeing it's a child's book but it has an amazing message about the Lord that I believe it's for all ages!

    2. This was a book I started in first grader with the class. I don't help everyday so I never got to read the whole story. I only read two of the chapters and wanted to know what the story was really about. It was about Kuri and his father. They had always believed in God's to help them with the planting of their crops. This is until the missionaries came to town and told Kuri's father about the one true God. Kuri was nervous because other towns people were threatening Kuri's family that he would m [...]

    3. A story of how one man's new faith in God changes the way he plants his garden and the repercussions of his choice. Some insight into missionaries and bible translators as well as the culture of a people in Papua New Guinea.

    4. This was for a much younger audience than I, but it was still really interesting. I picked it up despite the audience intended, because it is a missionary story based on true events. It was worth the read.

    5. Told in simple language, but still a very powerful story, we find out what happens when someone tries to change the old ways, and to follow God. For such a short book, there is quite a lot of action, and trying to keep to a limited vocabulary list never bogs down the story. A very enjoyable read!

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