Why the One Word Challenge is Important

Happy New Year!  The celebrations have ended, and today will be a lovely respite before returning to the regular schedule tomorrow.Today, however, I'm feeling a little behind the eight-ball.  Not with celebrating (although I did a good deal of that with a plethora of chocolate!).  No, late in choosing my One Word.  One Word to... Continue Reading →


Book Review: In the Middle of the Mess by Sheila Walsh

This new book by Sheila is for every woman living in today's hectic world who is dealing with disappointment, struggle, or loneliness.  That is pretty much all of us, isn't it?? With frankness and sweet sincerity, Sheila assures us that it is normal for us to have a continuous struggle, one in which we have been... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Proving by Beverly Lewis

It is always a joyful occassion to read and to review one of Beverly Lewis' books!  Her latest fiction, The Proving, is a perfect, relaxing read for a weekend getaway into the more simple lifestyle of the Amish in Lancaster County.The story of Mandy returning to her Amish home in Gordonville, Pennsylvania after having escaped... Continue Reading →


Homeschool: Free Study on Christian Apologetics for High School

What is Apologetics?Apologetics is derived from the Greek word apologia, which means "to defend" or "to make a defense."  As Christians, we must be ready "to present solid, rational arguments that prove the things you have affirmed. You must defend the propositions you have presented. You are appointed for the defense of the Gospel (Philippians... Continue Reading →


Book Review: The Women of Easter by Liz Curtis Higgs

Click above for more or to purchase!When Liz Curtis Higgs releases a new nonfiction title, it is a must-read for me! Her retelling of bible history and personalizing of the characters make it impossible to put her books down until it’s finished.  The same can be said about her new release, “The Women of Easter.”*This book... Continue Reading →


Homeschooling: Free Science Magazines

For those of us who struggle with homeschooling science, here are two fantastic support products to incorporate into your homeschool.  And they are free! First, Apologetics Press, offers a monthly children's magazine called "Discovery," focusing on Scripture and science for kids in grades 3 through 6.  This eight-page periodical contains lessons from Bible to nature, teaching... Continue Reading →


Book Review: Lazarus Awakening DVD Study by Joanna Weaver

Interested in this product? Click to find out more.It was a privilege to be able to preview the "Lazarus Awakening" Study with DVD.  I had previous read Joanna's classic, "Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World," so I was eager to dive into this study.  What I appreciated with the "Lazarus Awakening" study guide was... Continue Reading →


#musesofamom: Leadership from a Broken Heart

Many praise Nehemiah in the bible for being an inspiring leader because he had the chutzpah for asking the intimidating King of Persia to send him to Jerusalem, a city besieged and destroyed earlier by the Babylonians, to rebuild.  While Nehemiah did lead the way with the rebuilding of the city, it was his broken... Continue Reading →


Book Review: Gratitude, A Prayer and Praise Coloring Journal

My latest book review is for Tyndale.  I was eager to review this book, since it is different than the usual books I get to review. This is an illustrated Prayer and Praise Journal, and what better way to give a review on this type of book than to do a video so you can... Continue Reading →


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