SOURCE Christian Faith Publishing
"The Big Game" from Christian Faith Publishing author Gary O'Neal is an inspiring story about Tommy, a kindhearted Christian boy who helps an old woman get home and ends up being late to an important baseball game, sacrificing the win and earning disdain, but ultimately the wisdom of his decision reveals the love of Christ to a nonbeliever friend.
MEADVILLE, Pa., Oct. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- "The Big Game": a moving story of Christlike selflessness, is the creation of published author Gary O'Neal, a man whose life of foster homes, violence, and self-destruction led to his current life sentence in a Virginia state prison. He is a convicted Christian after finding God during a Kairos Four-Day Walk, an event that has left him filled with love and purpose, a freer man than ever.
O'Neal writes, "In The Big Game, a group of city kids are on their way to an all decisive baseball game between the east and the west. While on their way, three friends, Tommy, David, and Brian witness an elderly lady fall. They help her up, and while David and Brian are anxious to continue on to the game, Tommy helps the elderly lady home. As a result, Tommy is late getting to the game and discovers that his team has fallen behind."
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Gary O'Neal's new book is an important and engaging tale that does double duty in helping young readers decide wisely when they find themselves caught between two options.
O'Neal describes a realistic situation with consequences that children can immediately grasp, strongly underscoring the lesson of faith beautifully demonstrated by young Tommy's inspiring example.
View a synopsis of "The Big Game" on YouTube.
Consumers can purchase "The Big Game" at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about "The Big Game", contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.
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