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Taste and See: All About God’s Goodness – Irene Sun

Taste and See: All About God’s Goodness highlights God’s provision in the form of food throughout the Bible. The illustrations in this book are absolutely beautiful – colorful and dramatic. Further support for continued discussion about God’s love is provided in the resource pages at the end of the book.

While this complimentary book was […]

Chloe and the Closet of Secrets: A Book about Lying – Ginger Hubbard and Al Roland

Using a biblical framework, Chloe and the Closet of Secrets tackles the topic of lying in a manner that children can really see and understand. Every time Chloe tells a lie a fluff appears. At first she is able to hide the fluffs in her closet, but soon the closet is reaching capacity. Further, Chloe […]

Sam and the Sticky Situation: A Book about Whining – Ginger Hubbard and Al Roland

Sam and the Sticky Situation is a silly story about whining and addresses the fact that there are much better ways to communicate. Bright colorful illustrations bring the story to life. The book includes a parent resource page which provides discussion questions for families.

While this complimentary book was provided for review by New Growth […]

The Flowering Cross – Beth Ryan

Reading this book has become a special Easter tradition for our family.

The Flowering Cross was a very quick favorite for our daughter. It is a touching Easter story which focuses on the transformational power of God’s love.

Katie is a six year old little girl who truly loves God. She displays her unconditional love […]

Darkest Night Brightest Day: A Family Devotional for the Easter Season – Marty Machowski

Darkest Night Brightest Day is a beautiful family devotional. It is a perfect resource to use in preparation for Easter. This book is cleverly designed to include the final days of the life of Jesus and his crucifixion with the book oriented one way, and then the reader flips the book over to read about […]

Jesus Followers: Real-Life Lessons for Igniting Faith in the Next Generation – Anne Graham Lotz and Rachel-Ruth Lotz Wrightt

Jesus Followers is a lovely book. It provides an intimate look into multiple generations of Billy Graham’s family through powerful storytelling as well as photographs. Ultimately, the focus of the book is the importance of actively sharing and passing on one’s faith in Jesus Christ to the next generation.

While this complimentary book was provided […]

Spouse in the House: Rearranging Our Attitudes to Make Room for Each Other – Cynthia Ruchti and Becky Melby

COVID has created more togetherness for many couples than they ever imagined possible. Working from home has become the new normal for many and finding ways to navigate this new reality can be challenging. Spouse in the House is easy to read and provides wisdom and humor as it explores life when you and your […]

The Acrostic of God – Jonathan Gibson and Timothy Brindle

The Acrostic of God is a engaging book that shares an alphabetical listing of God’s names and His character traits. Written in rhyming format and coupled with bright, colorful illustrations, it is a fun read. The Acrostic of God is a great resource to share biblical truths and have them really stick.

While this complimentary […]

Jesus is Bigger Than Me: True Stories of His Miracles – Jared Kennedy

Jesus is Bigger Than Me is a wonderful book for children ages 3-5 that explains that God is not only powerful but also good. Eye catching illustrations coupled with simple, easy to understand text, make this book a winner for a read-aloud option.

While this complimentary book was provided for review by New Growth Press, […]

I Love Jesus, But I Want to Die: Finding Hope in the Darkness of Depression – Sarah J. Robinson

This powerful book provides an encouraging guide for those that struggle with mental illness. Robinson shares her personal story living with depression and her recovery from a Christian viewpoint.

While this complimentary book was provided for review by WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing, no other compensation was given. All remarks are my personal and honest opinions.

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