Ninjas with Feathers: The Super-Special Mission of Angels (Paperback)
What would you do if you met your Guardian Angel?
That's exactly what happens when Zoe asks for God's help to deal with the school bully, Talia. But Zoe gets more than she expected when her angel, Joph, takes her on an incredible mission to battle the demon, Fearmonger. On this assignment, she must gather the pieces of the Armor of God so she can remove the fear-seeds planted by Fearmonger.
But can she face her hidden fears and greatest mistakes? Can she trust God and make the ultimate choice to bring freedom to herself, her loved ones, and even her worst enemy?
This hilarious and impactful story will answer tough questions about God, while empowering you to live with strength and confidence. On this exciting journey, you will discover how partnering with God's angel army can bring victory to your life and Kingdom transformation to the world around you
"What did you think angels did?" Joph asked.
"I don't know," I admitted. "Like, sit on clouds and play harps all day."
Joph rolled his eyes. "Well, I do play a mean harp, but no. We are defending you,
secretly and unseen, fighting against evil forces."
I scrunched my nose in confusion. "When? How? I never see any of that happen "
"I know." Joph struck a karate pose. "We're like ninjas. With feathers."
About the Author
Tim Sheets is an apostle, pastor of The Oasis Church in Middletown, Ohio, founder of Awakening Now Prayer Network, and author. He travels extensively throughout the United States, Canada, and other nations, carrying his heart and vision for awakening and reformation. He teaches and ministers in conferences, Bible colleges, seminars, and churches, releasing the authority of the believer and an anointing for signs, wonders, and miracles. JD Hornbacher lives in Alberta, Canada with his wife and three kids. He is a family pastor and a media producer, and he is obsessed with Jesus, family, church, and comic books. JD's secret is that he would much rather hang out with kids than with adults, because kids are way more interesting and they appreciate his random stories.