“Draw 50 Sea Creatures” by Lee J. Ames with Erin Harvey is a step-by-step drawing book that will appeal to any Ocean lover. In this book, one is prompted to mimic the making of Sea Creature-themed pictures. There are penguins, fish, sea plants, crustaceans, sharks, whales, and a number of other ocean creatures and life found in and near the sea.
Really Woolly: Christmas Blessings is an adorable holiday-themed book that points readers to the reason behind the season. Bright colors on every page, cheerful illustrations of now and long ago celebrate the coming of Christ. The Scripture verses from the Bible and sweet rhyming readings to take to heart and mind remind us of the blessings and the most wonderful gift God could have ever given, His son!
The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control; against such things, there is no law.
30 Days to Joy: A One-Month Creative Journal is a great tool to inspire, remind, and encourage self-expression. I believe if the time is taken with the pages of this book, that one will rediscover what brings Joy so that we may lead a more holy and Christ-filled life that serves as a witness to those around us. Happiness comes and goes but joy, oh joy, is the feeling that only God can fill us with. The joy of the Lord is our strength through the good and the bad. We have so much to be joyful about and I feel that we need to be reminded of the Lord’s promises and truths revolving around joy every single day.
The Daily Question: My Five-Year Spiritual Journal by Waterbrook offers one a simple way to keep track of the now of your spiritual life journey in the current time and years later reflect upon it. In keeping track in such way, one will see just how much has changed and how they’ve grown. We have the tendency sometimes to forget and not always remember the faithfulness of God toward us, so I think this journal is seemingly simple yet powerful tool if used as intended each day.
I love learning about the ocean and all the creatures and plants that make it their home. I used to live on the Coast when I was a child and was quite taken with learning about all the wonderful things it gives back to people. I love that the sea is so vast with many undiscovered species we’ve yet to even lay our eyes upon. Life is more interesting when some things have left a mystery. Today, however, we are actually going to take a look at the many fish that have been discovered in Tam Warner Minton’s latest book “All Fish Faces“.