Monthly Archives: June, 2012

Review: Travelers Rest by Ann Tatlock

Book Summary:A YOUNG WOMAN determined to honor her commitment…AN INJURED SOLDIER convinced life is no longer worth living…A RETIRED DOCTOR certain it’s too late to be forgiven… Jane Morrow has a dilemma, and love alone may not solve it. Her faith has never been strong, yet somehow she hopes God will answer her prayers and tell …

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Review:The Harvest of Grace by Cindy Woodsmall

A Summary: Although Sylvia Fisher recognizes that most Old Order Amish women her age spend their hours managing a household and raising babies, she has just one focus-tending and nurturing the herd on her family’s dairy farm. But when a dangerous connection with an old beau forces her to move far from home, she must concentrate …

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Review: Faith and Other Flat Tires (a memoir) by Andrea Palpant Dilley

Book Summary: At age twenty-one,Andrea Palpant Dilley stripped the Christian fish decal off her car bumper in a symbolic act of departure from her religious childhood. At age twenty-three, she left the church and went searching for refuge in the company of men who left her lonely and friends who pushed the boundaries of what she …

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Review: Confronting Jezebel by Steve Sampson

Back Cover: In this eye-opening classic, newly revised and updated, Steve Sampson shows how the Jezebel spirit-a demonic spirit of control- sows discord, confusion, rebellion and even passivity. You can protect yourself and break free from cycles of control and manipulation. With clarity and authority, Sampson exposes the signs of a Jezebel spirit, its strategies of destruction …

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Review:Alexander Mini Lapbook Ebook

I’m sure if you are not living under a rock you have heard of this book. The grand creators at Knowledge Box Central have a great mini lapbook to go along with the book Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day by Judith Viorst. My boys love the book so when we …

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Review:Cook’n Recipe Organizer Software

The Cook’n Recipe Organizer is a great way to keep track of those recipes your family loves the most. It is very versatile. You can find new recipes from the internet and add them to your file or print out a cookbook full of all your family favorites. This product also provides the nutritional information …

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Review: The Fiddler by Beverly Lewis

The first book in the newest series by Beverly Lewis, Home to Hickory Hollow.”The Fiddler” introduces us to Amelia Devries,an Englisher and Michael Hostetler,a young Amish man to the old order Amish community. Amelia secret love is playing the fiddle which is something her father would not agree with. She actual  plays classical music concerts …

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Review: Lorrie Flem’s What’s For Dinner, Mom?

                                     Who doesn’t need help in the kitchen??  Don’t everybody raise your hand at once, now.”What’s for Dinner, Mom?” is kitchen organization, cooking tips and some yummy recipes all rolled into one nice, big printed book.  One of …

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The Versatile Blogger Award

I have been nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award. While I am beyond thrilled for this nomination. I am quite surprised that someone out in the blog world thought enough to include me. Barbara Hartzler thank you so much for including me. It really means alot!  Barbara Hartzler everyone is an up and coming Young …

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Review: Alabama History Lapbook

My family and I live in Alabama. Home of the Crimson Tide.The Heart of Dixie. But these two facts I already knew probably because I have lived here in Alabama my entire life. Just this week my children and I had the opportunity to study this great state of ours a little more in depth. Knowledge Box …

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