In return for my honest review, I received a copy of The Priest with Dirty Clothes from Reformation Trust Publishing. How do we explain sin to children? How do we help them understand that the problem of sin has nothing to do with behavior – that we can’t earn our own sanctification by behaving well more times than we behave badly?… View Post
I want to thank Grace and Truth Books for providing me with a copy of The Lighted Way for review. My opinions are, of course, my own. 🙂 Cousin Bessie’s The Lighted Way is a fantastic devotional resource for children under the age of 10. Written in the 1800’s by “Cousin Bessie”, the book enables children to understand how ten… View Post
Is there anything more exciting than living life with a child who is discovering everything for the very first time? Fallen leaves, puffy clouds, flying insects… everything is fresh, and everything deserves exploration. I love the wonder years.
I want to thank Christian Focus Publications for providing a copy of At the Mercy of Kings for me to review. As always, my opinions are my own. 🙂 Last year, the boys and I studied the Reformation. In the midst of all the wars, debates, and – oh yes – wars, wars and more wars, stood a man called… View Post
I want to thank Grace and Truth Books for supplying a copy of Your Child’s Profession of Faith in return for my honest review. For the rest of 2012, we’re discussing discipling our children for Jesus Christ. When we love Jesus, when we understand eternity and the true meaning of salvation, when we commit to disciple our children, and… View Post
This summer, as the boys and I are gearing up for our first year of our 3 year Bible survey with Bible Road Trip, we decided to read a book about the Bible’s journey through history. Linda Finlayson’s Guarding the Treasure: How God’s People Preserve God’s Word is a fantastic resource for children ages 7-12! My boys have been… View Post
Bible Road Trip™ is an engaging, fun, three-year Bible survey curriculum for preschool through high school. That means that if you start in preschool, you can take your child all the way through the Bible five times by the time he or she graduates from high school. A Bible Curriculum for Preschool to High School In 480 pages, the Bible… View Post