“By bringing a little confetti to an otherwise ordinary day, we can make it a celebration. A celebration of life, of each other, and, most importantly, of God’s goodness,” Karen Ehman and Glynnis Whitwer write in their book, Everyday Confetti – Your Year-Round Guide to Celebrating Holidays and Special Occasions.
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“Going green is also about enjoying nature and discovering more about the earth. It’s about showing respect and appreciation for the beautiful planet God created for us,” Karen Whiting and Rebecca White write in their book, Nature Girl: A Guide to Caring for God’s Creation.
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“Our allotted time here on planet earth is so short. Think back to this time last year. It’s easy to look back and gasp, wondering where all the time went and why it went so fast. I want to make each moment count; I want to live each day as if it was my last. This passion I have for life – I believe you can have it too,” Dave Bell writes in his book, Your Guide to Living Life Out Loud.
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“Great. I messed up my old life, my death, my life, and I dragged a lot of others into the mess with me. Batting a thousand,” Daisy ponders in Vicki Hinze’s novel, Down and Dead in Dixie.
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“These recipes are created with ingredients you can find at any local grocery store, and at least one out of five neighbors will have what you need if you don’t already have it in your pantry,” Janell Brown writes in her cookbook, One Sweet Cupcake: Professional Decorating and Recipe Secrets Made Easy.
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“Who or what are the seven churches of Revelation? Are they still in the world today? Were the seven churches in Asia Minor real churches or do they represent a type of church (i.e.: Catholic, Baptist, Pentecostal, etc.)? Laura J. Davis asks in her book, He Who Has an Ear: Who the Seven Churches of Revelation are Today.
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“Watch as your kids interact with the Bible like never before. Now they can READ about creation … COLOR a picture of creation … and SING about creation … all with this amazing book!” the introduction explains in Stephen Elkins’s children’s book, 101 Color & Sing Bible Stories.
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“Learn about self-seeding vegetables, build raised beds in your garden, collect water from rain and snow, find wild vegetables for everyday eating, and even make your own laundry soap,” the inside flap cover states in Caleb Warnock’s book, More Forgotten Skills of Self-Sufficiency.
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“By reading this book together, you and your child will gain a confidence that heaven is a real place and a very exciting place! It will encourage you both to live in light of the fact that the Kingdom of Heaven is within you,” Stephen Elkins writes in his children’s book, Heaven: What’s It Like? How Do We Get There?
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This is my first exposure to this author, and she has proved to be a winner!
Stephanie Landsem has created a masterpiece in The Thief that encapsulates the essence of the Christian faith. She sets us square in the middle of the lives of a Jewish woman and a Roman soldier, and tells the story of Jesus’ last days on earth through the heads and hearts of these two characters.
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This week marks the end of the shortest month of the year, February. All sorts of wonderful things happened this month. My birthday, my oldest nieces 40th birthday, fourteen inches of snow, and my husband Jerry and I celebrated the anniversary of our first date 39 years ago, February 22nd, 1975. To commemorate the occasion we took a little road trip down toward Savanna, Georgia and Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.
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I had a difficult time reading this book. The reason? The thought of crawling through caves really creeps me out! Yet, despite my aversion to the underground, I felt compelled to find out what was going to happen to Jennifer and Lee.
When these two brilliant people discover a cyber-terrorism plot that jeopardizes US defense systems, they are forced to flee for their lives. The author paints a vivid picture of his gorgeous, yet tough, Japanese-Hawaiian heroine and his formidable,…Continue
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“Secret Monkey Tip: Once you master the sock monkey manners, you will have lots of marvelous playdates!” Bethany Berndt Shackelford writes in her children’s book, Sock Monkey Manners for Kids: 6 Tips for Marvelous Playdates.
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“Will you get heavenly minded so that you can be of some earthly good? Will you allow your heart to be so captured by the splendor, beauty, and awesomeness of the God of heaven that your life really changes? Will you allow that motivation, attitude, and focus to grip your heart so that you make a decision to serve other people, on this earth, for the Kingdom?” Steve Berger asks in his book, Between Heaven and Earth: Finding Hope, Courage, and Passion Through a Fresh…Continue
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“Seeing the picture triggered my memories of Moon Pond, which triggered some random stored facts about Grandpa, which, in turn, triggered something that happened at Grandma’s funeral well over, what is it now, twenty years ago,” Rich explains in Ronald Glanz’s novel, Irongate.
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“She’d make the mistake of thinking a heat-filled kiss and a couple of tears in his eyes meant she could trust him with the truth. Cyprian was a third-century Roman. She was a twenty-first-century woman. She would not make the mistake of forgetting the vast difference between their worlds again,” Lynne Gentry writes in her novel, Healer of Carthage.
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