Prepare to journey again to lands and times you once knew as a child, and revisit your favorite fairy tales. It turns out that there may be more to those stories than meets the eye. Be prepared for the voice of God to speak into your heart and life unexpected words of love, conviction and encouragement. Inside this book are pearls waiting to be unearthed by seekers of truth. Do you dare open your heart to the Giver of truth? Do you dare not to?
Thom Mollohan is an author, speaker, writer, teacher, pastor (of a wonderful family of Believers in Pathway Community Church!), former campus minister, previous church planter… blah, blah, blah. What he is especially proud of being, however, is a father to four awesome kids and a husband to an amazing woman! What he is most unworthy of being called is that of child and servant of God (Ephesians 3:8). Thom is the author of THE FAIRY TALE PARABLES (Classic Fairy Tales Pointing to God's Love and Truth), CRIMSON HARVEST (a Christian thriller novel on the power of God’s grace to overcome darkness), and A HEART AT HOME WITH GOD (a collection of "kingdom of God lessons" learned in the context of family life.
Giants (giant problems, giant fears, giant heartaches) have a way of storming into our lives and, if unchecked, lay to waste hopes and dreams for joy and peace. What do you do when giants come into your life?
The Fairy Tale Parables
It didn’t take long to find the giants… they were noisy, smelly, and were surrounded by the ruin that their rampage had inflicted upon the world. The giants were grappling with each other and laughing at their sport, squashing homes, businesses, and people caught in their path. The tailor, a bit put off at first at their size and violence, thanked God for His daily faithfulness and, with peace in his heart, stepped up to the gang of giants. The six giants, each locking arms around the head of another, nearly did not see him, but when their yellow and bloodshot eyes alighted on him, they paused in their scufflings. The six horrible and ugly giants each had his named branded into the flesh of his forehead.