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Ambassador Book Picks

We've carefully selected the following titles as the outreach for our

Praying Through Ambassador Program.

Read below to determine which book best aligns with your heart to deliver the hope of Christ.

Don't Forget to Remember
By: Ellie Holcomb

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On the Night You Were Born
By: Nancy Tillman

"Heaven blew every trumpet and played every horn on the wonderful, marvelous night you were born."

Centered around Psalm 139, with whimsical illustrations and a rhyming tune, this beautiful story whispers of God's love for your little one (and you) through all of creation. Nancy Tillman's masterpiece is a reminder of how loved and worthy we are.

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Don't Forget to Remember
By: Ellie Holcomb

"Don't forget to remember you're never alone, no matter if you are up high or down low."

With inclusive illustrations of children from around the world, Ellie Holcomb reminds readers of God's love for them throughout creation--from the rising of the sun, to the falling rain and snow--God is with us, He sees us, and He loves us wherever we go.

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It Will Be Okay
By: Lysa TerKeurst

"But the Farmer was good, and the Farmer was kind, and the Farmer was always watching over them."

In "It Will be Okay" New York Times Bestselling Author, Lysa TerKeurst helps children to trust God through fear and change through a beautiful story about an unlikely friendship between a seed and a fox. A book that can be revisited as children grow older, "It Will be Okay" lends itself to wonderful, faith-filled discussions between children and parents.

From Small Beginnings
By: Stephanie Laskoskie

"Great things come from small beginnings,
and GREAT you are indeed."

While this book may have been written with NICU babies in mind, it is one that will encourage the heart of every reader. With beautiful, soft illustrations and life-giving words of encouragement, Stephanie Laskoskie's book appeals to readers of all ages.

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Loved Baby
By: Sarah Philpott

When is your baby due?"In eternity," you shall answer.

In "Loved Baby" author, Sarah Philpott walks mothers through the psychological and physiological grief of miscarriage, still birth, and even early infant loss. A perfect complement to the psychological and physiological aspects, Sarah weaves in Christ-filled hope, helping mothers to fix their eyes and move forward in faith.

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Even in Darkness
By: Morgan Cheek

"The longer this suffering drags on, the harder it is for me to trust You are on my side."

Morgan Cheek's "Even in Darkness" is beautiful authenticity.  She uncovers the intricacies of grief and the wrestling with faith, but always circles back and points herself and her reader back to unshakeable Biblical Truth.

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Goodbye to Goodbyes
By: Lauren Chandler

"He [Jesus] knew what he was about to do. He knew Lazarus's goodbye wasn't forever. But his heart broke for his friends."

In "Goodbye to Goodbyes" the wife of a pastor Matt Chandler, Lauren Chandler, helps children to process the passing of loved ones with the Biblical stories of Jesus and Lazarus. Beautiful illustrations and relatable characters bring the comfort of the promise of Heaven. A book that can be revisited as children grow older, "Goodbye to Goodbyes" lends itself to wonderful, faith-filled discussions between children and parents.

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