A Prairie Devotional: 100 Devotions Inspired By the Beloved Tv Series
: Celebrate the Little House stories and spiritual values as never before! With more than 100 million Little House books sold and a popular TV series, Laura Ingalls Wilder's stories of loyalty, hard work, and love of God and...
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Celebrate the Little House stories and spiritual values as never before!
With more than 100 million Little House books sold and a popular TV series, Laura Ingalls Wilder's stories of loyalty, hard work, and love of God and country have never been more cherished or needed.
For the first time, fans have a spiritual resource based on the series' rich themes of faith and family. Author and former child actress Wendi Lou Lee, who played baby Grace in the TV show, is an ideal source of unique stories and insights, giving readers a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the hearts and souls of the characters.
The Wilder books have resonated with readers for nearly a century, and their characters have become beloved friends, influential voices, and American icons. For nostalgic fans who seek a simpler, more meaningful way of life, A Prairie Devotional offers moving life lessons. Blending personal anecdotes with stories and quotes from the TV show, Wendi Lou Lee invites reflection on the ideas that made the books and series so popular: soothing fractious relationships, keeping your head up in challenging situations, and relying on God's guidance when life looks impossible. The book features a lovely prairie design with line art sure to delight the reader. With 100 devotions, A Prairie Devotional is an inspirational compilation of heartwarming material that lifelong fans will love.
Wendi Lou Lee is a Jesus follower, an actress, and a brain surgery survivor. The four seasons she spent on Little House on the Prairie playing Baby Grace Ingalls are among God's greatest blessings. Her good but hard life resembles what the Ingalls family experienced--great joys and sorrows. In 2015, Wendi was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Her surgery and recovery led to a newfound freedom. Sharing her story of God's goodness through life's most difficult circumstances brings Wendi the most joy.