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Lily #14: Lily's Passport to Parisby Nancy N. Rue
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This last book in the series includes a special letter to you, the reader, from Nancy Rue. In the letter, you'll learn what happens with Lily and her friends, including Shad, after the series! And as an added bonus, Nancy introduces a new character named Sophie, as part of a brand new line of books called FaithGirlz!. So, keep checking us out to find out what's new from Zonderkidz and Nancy Rue!
Lily and her mom and brother travel to Paris and find themselves in largely Catholic territory — what a local missionary describes as "secular religion." Lily goes on a diet of bread and cheese, explores a convent, and learns just enough French to get her in trouble. She realizes there are other religions besides Evangelical Christianity — and what components are crucial for Christianity to make sense. But she can't be a snob about it; her love must embrace all human beings.
Nothing in her previous experience could prepare Lily for what she would encounter in Paris When Lily befriends a French boy, Christophe, he quickly becomes her 'mission, ' and she wants to help him in anyway she can. She really likes him---perhaps more than she'd care to admit---but there's the issue of his sister, who totally hates Lily and will stop at nothing to keep Lily from getting in the way of her plans. Finally, Lily discovers her true God-intended self, and as we leave Lily after fourteen books full of her growing-up adventures, we know her personal gift. And somehow we know she and God together will work out the details
Lily, her mom and brother travel to Paris where Lily realizes there are other religions besides Evangelical Christianity and learns what components are crucial for Christianity to make sense.
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