Author Archives: jenlloyd2005

About jenlloyd2005

I love life and am a huge people person. I try to live my life to the fullest potential all the while trying to honor God in everything I say and do as my faith is very essential to my life!

An Interesting Biblical Character Study

Not often do I recommend a book to someone before I finish reading it, but The Most Important Women of the Bible by Aaron and Elaina Sharp is one that I knew my grandparents would enjoy for a Bible study … Continue reading

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Two Interesting Stories Woven into One

Three years ago, Jessica Bachmann left the Amish way of life and her family because of a clash with her half-brother on how to best utilize their farmland upon their father’s passing. Once in the English world, she begins researching … Continue reading

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A Book Your Young Child Will Enjoy

If there’s one way to get a child excited for bed, it is to get a new children’s book in the mail right before bedtime! I was anticipating God Gave Us Family by Lisa Tawn Bergren with art by David … Continue reading

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Proving to be Another Good Book from Beverly Lewis

Mandy and Josiah. Best friends. Inseparable. Other than Mandy’s twin, Arie Mae, Josiah had been the closest friend she had growing up and the boy that she hoped she would some day marry. When Mandy catches her twin with him, … Continue reading

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How to Make the Most of Color in Your Photography

Once again, Bryan Peterson does a phenomenal job of creating an easy to understand book that is all about Understanding Color in Photography: Using Color, Composition, and Exposure to Create Vivid Photos; this time he also enlists the expertise of … Continue reading

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From a Church Divided to a Church United

“If you turn that place around, you’ll be a hero. But if you don’t, no one will blame you, because that’s impossible!” (All Saints, pg. 17, paragraph 3) Being a minister can be a challenging task in and of itself, … Continue reading

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A Trilogy with a Great Ending

Finally, the third and final book in Cindy Woodsmall’s “The Amish of Summer Grove” trilogy has arrived! If you have followed her other two books in the series (Ties That Bind and Fraying at the Edge), then Gathering the Threads … Continue reading

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