Discover your family’s place in God’s incredible story and together put your faith into action with the new The Action Storybook Bible from David C Cook! Explore God’s redemptive story together with your children ages 8 and under in the 15 episodes highlighting key milestones in God’s story. Master-artist Sergio Cariello created more than 350… Continue reading The Action Storybook Bible Kindle Fire Giveaway
Recently I read a book called Cultivate by Lara Casey. I absolutely flipping loved that book. It was a balm to the wounds of my heart and unbelievably encouraging. So when I saw Of Mess and Moxie up for review, I didn’t automatically reach for it. I love Jen Hatmaker, and thoroughly enjoyed her first book For the… Continue reading Of Mess and Moxie
DOES YOUR CHILD LOVE COMIC BOOKS? HOW ABOUT SUPER HEROES? Now is your chance to have DC and Marvel illustrator Sergio Cariello make your child’s dream come true! Parents! David C Cook is proud to introduce the newest book in the Action Bible collection: The Action Storybook Bible (coming October 2017). Pre-order The Action Storybook… Continue reading Super Hero Kids Giveaway with David C. Cook!
Obviously prayer has been on my mind, lately. I have picked up various books on the subject, spent time on various websites and studied various strategies. I’ve been settling into my prayer journal more and keeping better tabs with friends and family regarding their prayer requests. Because I really, really love prayer. The problem is, even after… Continue reading A Journey to Victorious Praying
Now and again, I enjoy popping onto YouTube to see what other book lovers are reading and discussing. One of my favorite things is when said BookTubers discuss books that others love, but they themselves just don’t click with. I always find it fascinating that the same book can resonate with one person, yet not… Continue reading Women Who Move Mountains
I approached this book with apprehension and not a little anxiety. I am a woman who avoids painful things. I don’t watch Hallmark movies. I rarely watch the news. I don’t read books about tragic love stories (I loathed Romeo and Juliet), and I leave the room when the sad puppies in their lonely kennels pop… Continue reading where i end
So I have mentioned before (multiple times) that I am just not a daily devotional type of gal. Call it a lack of discipline or motivation, or maybe I’m ADD after-all, but I just get bored with them. The exception to this rule so far, is the Beautiful Word Devotional. I am not great at reading it every… Continue reading 100 Favorite Bible Verses