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Feb 12

Scrapbook Paper Wall Art

By Anna Lowell

When it comes to home decorating, I love scrapbook paper! This paper is gorgeous, comes in a zillion different color schemes and themes, and is an inexpensive way to add wall art to any room. I recently redecorated my girls’ room and was able to make six framed pictures from one pad of paper, with plenty of paper left over for paper bunting and (of course) scrapbooking!

This article shows how to use inexpensive scrapbook paper to make silhouette wall art. This could be adapted to any room style and is so simple to make. My kids would love this in their rooms! I want to save this so that I can remember it when I redecorate their rooms.

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Feb 10

The Answers Book for Kids

By Anna Lowell

Do your kids ask impossible questions about the Bible? If so, The Answers Books for Kids may become your best friends.

These engaging books are compilations of children’s questions answered by Ken Ham and Cindy Malott, providing fascinating scientific facts and faith-boosting solutions to some of the confusing parts of the Bible.

Do your kids ask impossible questions about the Bible? If so, The Answers Books for Kids may become your best friend. These engaging books are compilations of children's questions answered by Ken Ham and Cindy Malott, providing fascinating scientific facts and faith-boosting solutions to some of the confusing parts of the Bible.

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Feb 02

Breaking Free by Beth Moore

By Anna Lowell

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Breaking Free: Discover the Victory of Total Surrender

Are you frustrated in your spiritual life because you feel trapped in a cycle of sin? 

Breaking Free: Discover the Victory of Total Surrender by Beth Moore encourages women to break away from the “strongholds” of sin in our lives so that we can lead victorious lives that honor God. Breaking Free relies on key passages from the Bible book of Isaiah to show us how to gain victory over our strongholds.

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Jan 24

From God’s Heart to Your Child’s Mailbox

By Anna Lowell

When was the last time that you intentionally let your kids know how much you love them?

Sometimes life is just so busy and happens so quickly that we forget to do this! What better way to express our love than through a tangible hand-written note?

My kids love getting hand-written notes, and I bet yours do too! Mailbox love notes are designed to help you write meaningful, Bible inspired notes, and they are easy to use.

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Jan 19

Exploring Grace Together

By Anna Lowell

Exploring Grace Together: A wonderful way to teach kids the true meaning of God's Grace

Exploring Grace Together

If your family is looking for a devotional that your elementary-aged kids can actually relate to, Exploring Grace Together is that devotional. In this little book, author Jessica Thompson takes us through many different common childhood attitudes and thoughts and applies Scripture to each situation. Exploring Grace Together takes examples of children who are thinking wrong thoughts and shows us how the Bible corrects those wrong thoughts and attitudes.

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Jan 15

Fifteen Fabulous Animal Books for Seven to Ten-Year-Olds

By Anna Lowell

Are you tired of wandering around the library trying to find a good book for your child to read? Don’t despair! Here are fifteen fabulous hand-selected animal books for seven to ten year olds.

Tired of wandering around the library, trying to find a great book for your seven to ten year old? Try some of these fabulous animal books and stories!

Most kids love well-written books about animals. There are a wide variety of animal stories. You may have a daughter who loves fanciful, funny animal stories and a son who just wants realistic facts. This list has books for both of these readers. So, dive in and find a great book for your child today!

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