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Shout! - try it!
“God told them that when they heard the horns sound a long blast everyone had to give a loud war cry. They had to SHOUT!”
Stories about spies and dramatic rescues, crossing a river without getting wet (no bridge or boat!), and a city wall that fell down flat! Follow the adventures of Joshua.
Trust God? Sure can!
Shh, don't tell anyone! We're spies. We're spying on God!
Have you ever thought about God? What’s he like? Is he real?
Don’t just go by what others have told you. Why not investigate for yourself?
I Spy GI club members are investigators.
Our equipment is the God Investigator series of eBooks (I Spy GI).
Read the evidence.
Interview characters who might have been eye witnesses.
Take up a challenge. Make some video clips.
Enjoy activities with friends.
Learn truths to help in life.
Stories, interviews, video clips, life apps. Will you take up an I Spy GI challenge?
Have fun as you learn.
Shout! Enjoy!

Published: Di Allen on
ISBN: 9781465832931
List price: $3.99
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