Author Mary Phillips Teaches About God Using Humor and Wit

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“Children’s Sermons with Humor” infuses humor in insightful lessons on faith and life

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The Bible is filled with a wealth of life lessons that each can benefit from. Teaching kids about these biblical principles, however, can be quite challenging. Author Mary Phillips takes on this challenge as she presents a fun new twist in exploring the Bible through Children’s Sermons with Humor: By The Hilarious Miss Polly.

Miss Polly is an uneducated, hillbilly lady who loves the Lord. She aims to make people realize that it can be fun to learn about God and engage in laughter as they learn Biblical principles. Children’s Sermons with Humor is sure to be a hit among kids and their parents. Each lesson in this book contains a scripture as well as a biblical message interwoven with humor. In the inspiring book, readers will take part in a fun yet insightful session with Miss Polly.

An entertaining and enlightening book, Children’s Sermons with Humor: By The Hilarious Miss Polly cleverly combines humor and lessons in a way that is easy to absorb for young readers. Children and adults alike will laugh along with the story of the hilarious Miss Polly as she performs her comical sermons.

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About the Author
Mary Phillips is a recently retired registered nurse. She and her husband of forty-two years, Clyde, Jr., live in Grafton, West Virginia. The author has delivered the Children’s Sermons in her church for over twenty years and taught Sunday School for over forty years. A few years ago, the Lord gave her the idea of creating Miss Polly and her humorous messages, which have been very well received by both the children and adults.

Children's Sermons with Humor * by Mary Phillips
By the Hilarious Miss Polly
Publication Date: February 26, 2009
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 53 pages; 978-1-4415-1156-0
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4628-1248-6

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