King's Faith King's Faith is a wonderful story of God's redemption power no matter our circumstances. The movie is about a teenage boy, by the name of Brendan King, that had been in and out of foster homes, arrested nine times, and put in a juvenile penitentiary. Upon Brendan's release from the juvenile penitentiary, he was blessed to be taken into foster care by a wonderful family that helps love him and show him who Jesus is. During the movie we watch Brendan struggle with the temptation to fall into his sinful past and not walk the path God has destined him to walk. The beautiful thing Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.
Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review. The thoughts below are all mine and are not influenced by the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. Itsy Bitsy Christmas Max Lucado's Itsy Bitsy Christmas is a beautiful tale about God's love during the first Christmas in Bethlehem. On an unusually busy morning in Bethlehem, two little mice, Itsy and Bitsy are told that a king was coming to their tiny town. Filled with excitement, Itsy and Bitsy begin to tell everyone they see about the good news of the king. However, no one believes them. No one Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.
Disclosure: I received this product for free in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own, period. I was compensated for my time. Art in History Art in History is a phenomenal new company that has cleverly put together hands-on, brain-based art kits to compliment teaching history. These hands-on art kits enhance your students understanding of a particular time period in history through pottery. On their FAQ page, The Art in History website explains why they have chosen pottery as the primary art medium: Throughout history archaeologists have used pottery as a basis for dating Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.
Disclosure: Wendy received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I was recently given the chance to read and review a book called The Promise Box by Tricia Goyer. It's a part of the Seven Brides for Seven Bachelors series. I've read books by Tricia Goyer before, and I've loved them all, so I expected to enjoy this book too. I did! The book is about a young woman who returns to her parents' Amish community years after leaving her Amish heritage and becoming Englisch. The young woman, Lydia, is returning to attend her mother's funeral and plans to return to her Englisch Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.
I received this book for free in exchange for review. The opinions expressed are my own, period. Review Audrey Bunny is a beautifully told story about the real issues that children (and adults alike) face when it comes to "imperfections". This book is about a sweet stuffed-toy bunny that has been sitting in the barrel of a toy store for a long time. The stuffed bunny is convinced that no one is buying her because of an imperfection she has on her body. Then one day a sweet little girl comes into the store and buys the bunny, naming her Audrey. Audrey continues to try and hide her Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.
Over the course of the last couple of years, my husband and I have been working really hard to disciple our children. We are not ‘there’ yet. We do have many improvements we still need to make, but we continue to strive to teach them God’s ways, live as an example of His love, and to apologize and ask for their forgiveness when we do mess up. (and believe me, we do!) That is why, when presented with the opportunity to review Learning to Speak Life™ Fruit of the Spirit , written by Michael and Carlie Kercheval, I gladly said yes! Fruit of the Spirit is the first book in the Learning to Speak Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.
Tiger Hunt is an adventure that my children enjoyed going on. They were lost in the story of two brothers, Charles and Thomas, who lived on a beautiful island that was said to have many tigers living on it. As I read the story, I enjoyed seeing their expressions of wonder as they listened to the story the father chichack told his family as they sat around the fire, the old story of how the tigers used to own the island they now inhabited. This story within a story tells of an adventure that the brothers take together to find the last tiger on the island. They searched around the highest Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.
Think of a book that you may have read that took you into another world that was so detailed in its events, language, and characters that it was a disappointment to even think of putting the book down. Well, this is what this book was for me. I am not one for books that even remotely deal with history or any time of past history; however, I was drawn to this book. Wedded to War by Jocelyn Green blended the use of facts and fiction in a way that made the fiction seem factual. It is placed in the 1800’s and focuses on a strong-minded woman named Charlotte, who seemed to not fit in her time Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.
I had no training or teaching about how to live as a single Christian girl growing up. My mom didn't sit down with me for Titus 2 instruction or conversations. It has been a struggle going through life without some real guidance especially as I am making the transition back into singleness. When I heard that Ashley was writing a book being a single Christian woman I was really interested to read it. I wasn't sure if the book would be relevant to me as a divorced single woman in her 30's but boy was I wrong. Season of Singleness Ashley shares her heart lots of encouragement for any woman in a Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.
I don't know about you, but I have tried countless planners over the last two decades (yes, you read that right TWO decades) in an attempt to keep my life organized. I have tried everything from master planners to digital planners and nothing that I have ever tried has been a good fit for me. Until now. Enter into my life, The Planner Perfect To Go. This wonderful planner, created by Jenny Penton, has won my heart for good. Keep in mind that I am a type-A Japanese woman with a major obsession with being organized and productive. As you could imagine, I was a hard one to please in the Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.