The World of the Wazzlewoods: A Fern & Dale Fairy Tale
What in the world is a wazzlewood? Fern and Dale find out when they move to Cream City and discover a magical world full of adventure. Join them as they make new friends, encounter enemies, and learn to see things, not as they seem to be, but as they are. The World of the Wazzlewoods is a children’s chapter book, ideal for lower grades (2nd-4th) and fun for the whole family as a read aloud. Illustrated by Edward Riojas. Book 1 of the Fern & Dale Fairy Tale series.
Come in, We Are Closed
Many evangelicals are unfamiliar with it, don’t understand it, and are often offended when they encounter it, but when it comes to the Lord’s Supper the Scriptures clearly teach that Holy Communion is not for anybody and everybody. In this short work of fiction Rev. Tyrel Bramwell recalls the questions he had when he first encountered closed Communion as a young evangelical and the conversations he has had as a pastor, in order to dispel false assumptions and provide the Biblical answers to real misunderstandings.
Finding the Truth in Story: Grimm’s Fairy Tales, Vol. I
“Whatever things were rightly said among all men, are the property of us Christians.” —Justin Martyr. Finding the Truth in Story is an effort to find some of what has been rightly said among men and, through a Christian reading, return the property to its rightful owner. In this first volume, Tyrel Bramwell finds the Truth of God’s Word in twenty-five Grimm Brothers’ fairy tales, including classics such as The Frog King, Tom Thumb, and Cinderella.
The Gift and the Defender
Two Men. Two Times. One Lumen Legend. With a head full of dreams, Adam Malloy, a young man from a small town, moves to New York City. There he discovers he has a remarkable gift: the ability to change the world with his mind. But is he capable of reshaping reality without turning his gift into a curse? In the final days of a bloody war with the Malum, Michaelis, a Lumen villager, shows he has what his land desperately needs: courage. His service to the king puts him at the center of a changing world. Is it too much to rely on one man?