Tag: Prayer

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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A Very Happy Easter Prayer {Review + Giveaway}

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A Very Happy Easter Prayer is a delightfully wonderful book that points children to be thankful for all the wonderful happenings the season brings. Aside from everything Spring usually brings in the beauty of Nature, children are reminded of God’s gift to us His son, Jesus, and that during this time as Christians we celebrate the resurrection.  Continue reading

Little Jesus, Little Me {Board Book Review}

* As a Z BLOG SQUAD member, I received a copy of  this book for free as a member of Zondervan’s Z BLOG SQUAD *

Little Jesus, Little Me by author Doris Rikkers and illustrator Lizzie Walkley is a sweet book. Its main purpose is to help children understand that Jesus was a child just like them.  The comparison takes things like learning to walk, loving to read, etc.  Continue reading

The Beginner’s Bible My First Book Of Prayers {review}

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The Beginner’s Bible My First Book of Prayers is geared toward boys and girls ages 3-8 years old. In this book, children will be introduced to sixteen Bible stories, a corresponding scripture reading, and topical prayer that goes with along with it. This book is in a simple format that encourages children to speak with God while eliminating any unsure feelings associated with prayer but instead is assured of God’s love, care, and in his enjoyment of hearing from his children (them!).  Continue reading