Jesus Invites Me by Callie Grant

July 24, 2021

Reviewed by Stephanie K. The book is simply a bible verse. A picture is put to a phrase of the bible verse and it’s very fitting and it helps the children understand the verse. The pictures in this particular book are of real children. I find that real pictures help my child understand themselves and […]

Eyes of Integrity by Craig Gross with Jason Harper

July 24, 2021

Reviewed by Daniel K. It talks about the prevalence of porn in our culture and how it affects us. Us as a church, as men, as women, as employers, as parents. With even famous Christian leaders like Ravi Zaccharias falling captive to sexual sins, it is important for each one of us to be on […]

Mom Enough: the Fearless Mother’s Heart and Hope edited by Tony and Karalee Reinke

July 24, 2021

Reviewed by Emily D. Mom Enough is a collection of short essays from a variety of women voices discussing the nature of motherhood and its eternal purpose. I enjoyed the short essay format as I could read it in quick spurts; they must know that moms get pulled in all directions and can often only […]

God Gave Us Christmas by Lisa Tawn Bergren, ill. David Hohn

July 24, 2021

Reviewed by Stephanie K. This book is great in that it acknowledges that Santa is often a part of Christmas but Jesus and God is the most important part of Christmas. This book shares about who Jesus is and the attributes of God. God is everywhere and he can be found in our world.   […]

You Are Special by Max Lucado

July 24, 2021

Reviewed by Stephanie K. The book is about remembering to find God everyday for him to tell you who you are and how much God cares about you. What God thinks about you is more important than what people think about you. I love this book because I struggle with wanting [to] look good in […]

Indescribable for Little Ones by Louie Giglio

July 24, 2021

Reviewed by Carmen N. Great interactive book for kids with pull flaps and spinning wheels to learn about God’s creations. Pull tabs have additional information and questions that are suitable for older kids as well.   Tags: louie giglio, Children / Youth (KID or YOU), carmen n

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