The Good News of Christmas
Celebrating the Glory of Christ's Birth Story
This beautifully illustrated, poetic retelling of the Nativity story offers families a new and special way to celebrate Jesus's birth, and is a perfect addition to the Advent season.
It's the story of God's glory at the heart of human history
In which God revealed who He is and uncovered the mystery.
So as you hear it, may God's Spirit stir inside your heart
And bring you into His kingdom too...now it's time for our story to start.
Creative dynamo and self-described Christmas zealot, Rousseaux Brasseur, invites you and your family to experience the Nativity story as never before. From Old Testament prophecies to the present reality of new life through Christ, this timeless tale is a welcome return to the true reason for the season.
This charming and colorful lyrical adaptation of the events surrounding the birth of Jesus Christ as told throughout the Bible will captivate readers of all ages, making it ideal for family reading during Advent. Start a meaningful new tradition with your loved ones this Christmas.
About this Author
Much like his favorite hobbits, Rousseaux Benaiah Brasseur has had many brave adventures in strange lands far from the comforts of home. Exploring this wild world may in fact be what he enjoys most of all, especially when his beloved Hannah Rose Georgia is at his side. But since such expeditions are hard to come by these days, he bides his time in the small Southern Oregon village where he and his seven siblings were born and raised.
Rousseaux co-pastors with his big brother and is a storyteller for the youngsters in the church. He finds his fullest joy in sharing the love of Jesus and helping others in the journey of discipleship. It just so happens that he is also a Christmas zealot, seeking to spread holiday cheer and live in the spirit of Christmas all year round, which is why writing this book was particularly delightful for him.
His first children's book "The Pilgrim's Progress: A Poetic Retelling of John Bunyan's Classic Tale" is also available in hardback and as a dramatized musical audiobook! Enjoy exploring more of Rousseaux's creative work at rousseauxbrasseur.com.
Sian James' vibrant and imaginative illustrations have appeared in projects for several prominent clients, including Harper Collins and Oxford University Press. A native of Hong Kong, Sian currently resides in Cambridge, England, with her husband, Nathan, and their two affectionate cats, Miso and Mochi.
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