Author: Erin

JellyTelly Board Books & Coloring Books!

Spring is here and with that comes Spring Break which means a bit of a routine change from our normal days that are typically filled with school and other set scheduled things.

This Spring Break my children have been reading lots and lots of book as well as engaging in fun hands-on activities. Speaking of which, a few of our favorite reads and coloring books have come from the bestselling video series Buck Denver Asks…What’s in the Bible? ( the creator of VeggieTales )

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Made for This 40 Days to Living Your Purpose {Book Review}

Recognize your calling, find your place of service, and follow God to a life of purpose.

In Made for This 40 Days to Living Your Purpose by author Jennie Allen readers are challenged to look beyond safe and comfortable and to throw all caution to the wind. Jennie points us to living a full God filled and directed life and resting in the peace and comfort of the purpose God has called us too.

This book is in a 40 day devotional format that’s broken down into four parts. The parts each are focused on a specific things which are as follows; The Prayer, The Call, The Threads, and The Future. Aside from those sections there is an introduction, how to find God, acknowledgments, notes and an about the author section.

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Dangerous Prayers 50 Powerful Prayers That Changed the World {Book Review}

Dangerous Prayers 50 Powerful Prayers That Changed the World gives readers a bite size look at influential men and woman that have made a substantial difference throughout history.

I found it to be a great choice for choosing to study a certain individual or just getting briefly introduced to who they are. The content on each person is brief and to the point. If you really want to know more about the person mentioned note this book just gives you the footnotes. For homeschooling and other studying purposes, it’s been the perfect go to for narrowing who we’d like to study down.

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The Wonder Years Cardigan

A little over a month ago if memory serves me right, I started on cardigan for my youngest. I made it large so she could not just wear it this year but next too. I’m not buying yarn this year (saving for a home), so I used what was in my stash and had just enough to make this one! I was literally down to 3/4 of the purple when I cast off and quite frankly that’s a little closer to running out than I typically like in a bigger project.

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