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Experience anew the miracle of Christmas—and one special baby

A young girl, a decidedly unplanned pregnancy, and one miraculous little baby—it’s an amazing story, one that sometimes gets buried under the tinsel of Christmas. That is, until something causes us to pause and reconsider the true magic of the holiday season. A Baby Changes Everything celebrates that baby in the manger in a fresh new way. Lyrics to Faith Hill’s song “A Baby Changes Everything” are joined by reflective stanzas on the wonder of God’s love and the Christmas season, how a baby can change our lives in an instant, and how one Baby changed the world forever. Along with the accompanying audio CD, A Baby Changes Everything makes for a beautiful expression of all that is wonderful about Christmas.

 

Published: Thomas Nelson on
ISBN: 9781418580681
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