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The Prize-Winning Story

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THE PRIZE-WINNING STORY by KEN YODER REED is, in my opinion, a must read for anyone who loves the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, has a love for the Jewish people and for the land of Israel, and also for those who want to learn more about Israel and Jewish heritage.
Pastor Vladdy, the host of the radio show For Zion's Sake, asks his Jewish friend, Major Eli Bloom, to be the tour guide on his fifteenth annual tour of the Holy Land. Eli agrees on one condition - that there is a prize awarded at the end of the tour to the person who tells the best story. This story must have two elements - first they must speak of what touches them at a particular place on the tour and secondly their story must have something to do with relationships between Jews and Christians.
As we travel through Israel with this assortment of people, the author makes us aware, through both the Old and New Testaments, of not only the history but also the very essence of God's Promised Land and its people.
I absolutely loved the book for the truth it embodies and the interesting characters who the author describes with understanding and quite a bit of humour. 
I cannot recommend The Prize-Winning Story highly enough.
I was given a free copy of the book by NetGalley from Root Source Press. The opinions in this review are completely my own.
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