Month: July 2017

Zondervan’s NIV True Images Bible review

Zondervan’s NIV True Images Bible review

For 15 years, the best-selling NIV True images Bible for Teen Girls has been a trusted resource guiding teen girls ages 13-18 towards a closer relationship with God. Updated for this generation, this new edition is packed with tools and insight to help teens navigate today’s contemporary cultural issues with confidence, love, and grace. Facing today’s contemporary … Continue reading Zondervan’s NIV True Images Bible review

Guatemala, Camp and Growing Up

Guatemala, Camp and Growing Up

I know its been super quiet around these parts. It's because this month is crazy busy for our family. And it never slows down. I always think if I can just get through this then it will calm down a bit but that never happens. I don't know why I continue to think that way. … Continue reading Guatemala, Camp and Growing Up

ZonderKidz NIV Kid’s Visual Study Bible review

ZonderKidz NIV Kid’s Visual Study Bible review

I did this as a video review as I wanted you to see all the features in this Bible. If you can not see the video below you can head over here to check it out on Youtube. How to purchase: ZonderKidz NIV Kids Visual Study Bible: http://www.zondervan.com/niv-kids-vis... Also available in teal imitation leather: http://www.zondervan.com/niv-kids-vis... and … Continue reading ZonderKidz NIV Kid’s Visual Study Bible review

Our June in Review {Homeschool Mother’s Journal}

Our June in Review {Homeschool Mother’s Journal}

I can't believe the month of June is already over and we are already at the end of the first full week in July. Our June was busy and July is going to be just as crazy. In my life this month... In June we took an impromptu trip to the Big South Fork and … Continue reading Our June in Review {Homeschool Mother’s Journal}

Trusting Grace by Maggie Brendan review

Trusting Grace by Maggie Brendan review

Trusting Grace With a farm to run, can a widow possibly hope for new love? All of her life, Grace Bidwell has longed for children, but now the chances of her dreams coming true are looking slim. Widowed and caring for her elderly father, she struggles to maintain her late husband's farm until she places … Continue reading Trusting Grace by Maggie Brendan review