Journaling Bibles have grown in popularity. In recent years, some have chosen to add artwork to their Bibles as part of their meditation on the word. The NIV Artisan Collection seeks to enhance this with its own stylishly designed exterior and wide-margin interior. If you've been seeking a journaling Bible for a daughter, granddaughter, or Bible class student, here are some pros and cons to consider...
Teaching the Bible to kids can be a challenge, as is finding books and Bibles suitable for your children's level of learning. The Illustrated NIRV Holy Bible for Kids works to remedy this challenge by creating a more kid friendly format. The recommended age range for children is 4-8 years old. The binding is a… Continue reading Book Review: The Illustrated NIRV Holy Bible for Kids
"Every girl has a secret she hopes the light will never find---but the demons already have." - Secrets, by Beckie Lindsey Beckie Lindsey is one of my dear blogging sisters and a delightful writer with a desire to seek God and serve others. This month, Beckie released her first Young Adult fiction novel, Secrets (Beauties from Ashes, Volume 1). Secrets… Continue reading Book review: Secrets (Beauties from Ashes Trilogy, Volume 1)
Rats aren't really my thing. People may enjoy having them as pets, but after having trapped one in the garage of our first house and found a half-eaten one on the back porch of the aforementioned house... well, let's just say I've had enough of rats. C.S. Lewis, however, uses them in an effective illustration… Continue reading Oh rats! I can’t keep making excuses?!
This post is part of "30 days of Giving Thanks" To read more within this series, click here. I am a product [...of] endless books. My father bought all the books he read and never got rid of any of them. There were books in the study, books in the drawing room, books in the… Continue reading Day 23: Literature
This is a book review on Jason Ladd's new book, "One of the Few."