Author Debra Mureen releases ‘El ratoncito de la iglesia’
New book follows Raul as he experiences salvation through Jesus Christ
MESQUITE, Texas – Author Debra Mureen carves another mark in the literary world with the release of her book, “El ratoncito de la iglesia” (published by WestBow Press). First published in 2016 in English as “The Church House Mouse,” this new release is the original Spanish story that was written years ago. The compelling tale is entertaining and also educational since it includes exercises, activities and an answer section.
While his parents are away from the house one afternoon, Raul wants to be the leader of the rest of his family: his two sisters. Bold, impulsive and foolish, Raul and his know-it-all attitude cause a rift that gets him into life-threatening problems. It takes calling upon the Lord and receiving a miracle to bring him back home to his family safe and sound.
“My book does not hide its push to convert the readers to salvation through Jesus Christ, however, it does offer many questions that will cause the readers to think, grow and seek his face,” Mureen says. “Many of the exercises are designed to show the readers that God wants his people to mature and become strong in him. He wants them to know that he is truly their source of help for every area of their lives in today’s world.”
With its lively illustrations, “El ratoncito de la iglesia” tells an entertaining, humorous and thought-provoking tale that will help readers recognize their need to call upon the Lord Jesus for salvation. Through this, they will also understand that they can look to him for their other life situations.
“El ratoncito de la iglesia”
By Debra Mureen
Softcover | 8.5x11in | 80 pages | ISBN 9781512770827
E-Book | 80 pages | ISBN 9781512770810
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Debra Mureen became a Christian at the age of 14 when she attended her grandmother’s funeral on Valentines 1966. In 1970, she attended Stephen F. Austin State University where she would later receive her credentials in secondary education with a triple major degree in history, Spanish and Latin American studies. By August 5, 1973, she made a sincere commitment as an adult to follow