The Toymaker's Dream is an allegory of God's plan of redemption, from creation to Christ's substitutionary death on the cross. Employing the imagery of a dream it has captured the imagination of adults and children alike, and has been published in several languages, including Polish, Hungarian, and French. Performed on stage as a drama, a musical, and mime, it tells the story of God's love in a way easy to understand. Christian parents and other caregivers are always looking for stories to share with their children that carry the message of God within them. This story is a unique way of telling children about the Bible that uses a fun, colorful dream that will interest them. This will begin many wonderful conversations between parents and children about God and the Bible. Born in South Africa in 1943, Christopher Shennan really began to live on the 29th of August 1967, when he was born again through the power of Jesus Christ. Since then, only one passion has consumed him, to communicate the love of Christ through any and every means at his disposal. As a children's evangelist, he was always searching for ways to make Bible truth understandable to the minds of children. It occurred to him that a toymaker dreaming of his toys rebelling against him, was a fitting way to convey the story of human rebellion and of God's plan of salvation. The author sends forth this new edition of The Toymaker's Dream with the prayer that God may be glorified through its publication, and that may be brought to an understanding of God's love through it.
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