Monthly Archives: October 2016

Friendship that Span the Years and Distance

Leona always wanted a sister. Until she was in 6th grade, it was always just her parents, her brother, and herself; then a new family moves to the community and brings with them a girl Leona’s age, Gloria. From the … Continue reading

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A Fiction Novel that will Minister to You

“But the point is that we have to be willing to obey (God) and follow Him, even at a great cost to ourselves and to the things we love.” (Waves of Mercy, Lynn Austin, pg. 163) Growing up as a … Continue reading

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A Discipline Strategy that Seems to Work!

Certain books just have that “draw” when you see them. When you first come in contact with the book, read the title and what the back cover copy says it’s about and then put it back because you’re not sure … Continue reading

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An Awesome Study on Some Really Bad Girls!

Having not read the first book in the series, Bad Girls of the Bible, I wasn’t sure what exactly I was picking up when I decided to read Really Bad Girls of the Bible by Liz Curtis Higgs. It sounded … Continue reading

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