Monday, March 27, 2017
Monday, March 20, 2017
Being a fan of Kroger has paid off for my family and I. Recently I was selected to try a number of full size samples in exchange for my honest review. That mean's I received Private Selections Dark Chocolate Pretzel Bark with Sea Salt for free to try before I buy. My family devoured this delicious treat with the perfect amount of sweet and salty. I had to hide it from the kids. Check back later this week to see what else I was able to try~
Saturday, January 28, 2017
Patrick Sullivan's brilliant activity book that is sure to become a favorite among pre-teen's and teenager's alike. There are fill-in's and word searches; mazes and puzzles among many more activities designed around young people's favorite singers and bands. Just to list a few: Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, TLC, Mariah Carey, Eminem...just to list a few. Great as a collector's item and/or gift. I am certain there will be a request for more. A+ For more about this paperback read here I was given the opportunity to review by Blogging for Books in exchange for my thoughts.
Friday, January 20, 2017
A lovely way to introduce God's promise's to children with sweet illustrations to make The Lord's Prayer become alive. Author Rick Warren best known for the best seller, The Purpose Driven Life assists in this Zondervan creation. Richard Jessie Watson who has been illustrating children's books for years shares his artistic side. This is a board book which will last a long time.
Written in poetry style it is easy to understand for the younger set. This would make a wonderful gift for children. I was honored to review for Book Look Bloggers in exchange for my opinions.
Saturday, January 14, 2017
Long overdue THE BEYOND SUFFERING BIBLE answers all those questions which make individuals take a backseat to serving God such as: If God is Loving, why does He allow suffering. Why doesn't He just stop all the hurting and pain. This unique Bible answers these harrowing questions to confirm to readers that He has a plan for all things.
Tyndale could not have chosen a more adequate spokesperson for their newest creation than Joni Earickson Tada who became a permanent quadriplegic after a diving incident at a very young age. I greatly recommend reading her true story of triumph and faith which inspired me as a teenager Joni's autobiography . Her disability has drawn her closer to her Savior and she has become an asset to the Christian community as helping all those with disabilities. She has worked to add wonderful resources to these scriptures such as ten guided Bible reading plans '"that help you walk through Scripture on key topics related to suffering and disability."' On every single page there are connection points or study brief's which focus on Biblical suffering. There are so many enduring features included in this Bible such as book introductions; Profiles; and devotionals. All to assist and deepen your understanding of how Christians cope with suffering.
I love this Bible and have not been able to put it down since I received my copy from Tyndale in exchange for my thoughts. What a blessing which has been designed to give as a gift. I can't say enough good about this tool which will encourage and uplift your spirits. A+
Thursday, January 12, 2017
She stresses the importance of visiting the sick and those who are imprisoned. Our service should include praying for all individuals and being patient in our trials. There is a multitude of testimonies from individuals who knew Mother Teresa.
I was given the opportunity to examine this book for Blogging for Books in exchange for my thoughts. It is an excellent read.
Friday, January 6, 2017
O.S. Hawkins offer's outstanding advice to sincere Christians on how not to compromise one's faith in a world devoid of moral compass. The Daniel Code provides the tools we sorely need to withstand losing our spiritual goals. It is a spectacular must read.
The author begins by reflecting upon the World as it was in the 50's, 60's and 70's when the majority of individuals held God in esteem. Not that long ago, society was kinder and there was a lot less violence. I shed a few tears remembering this gentle time. Times when we didn't lock our doors at night nor worry that our belongings would be stolen. A time when people respected one another and cared about their neighbors. Hawkin's than compares those days to the time we are now living in. The times spoken about in the scripture whereby the good would be called bad and the bad good. It's a very difficult time for Christians but Hawkin's proves we can overcome. He reminds of us of Daniel from scripture and how that he lived during similar times. Daniel never gave up nor did he give he in. Rather Daniel continued to serve the Lord and the Lord was with him.
The Daniel Code will encourage the Christian heart. This book is a blessing in so many ways.
I am thrilled that I had the opportunity to review this publication for Book Look Bloggers. I think it is a must read.