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Designed for Busy Moms with only a minute to spare
Every mom is a busy mom. The NIV Busy Mom’s Bible is packed with one-minute thought starters, and this trim, go-anywhere Bible is filled with quick devotional content for those who only have a few minutes a day to seek out divine inspiration through God’s Word. Throughout this Bible, you will find 52 one-minute Thought Starters that let you dip into God’s Word for a minute of refreshment. To go deeper, each of these Thought Starters is followed by an option for a five-minute Reflect and Pray or a ten-minute Study to help you learn even more about what God’s Word has to say to you today. Devotional thoughts are written specifically for you, the busy mom, and cover topics such as raising kids, marriage, emotions, and your identity in Christ.
Complete text of the accurate, readable, and clear New International Version (NIV)
Words of Jesus in red
In this grab bag, we have 8 e-books on family & parenting. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each e-Book cover.
In this grab bag, we have 7 e-books on parenting & kids. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
Publisher: Acts 1:8 Blessings
Price: $0.99 (Ends Dec 8)
Have you ever wondered if God loves you? This question has been asked by children of all ages and the answer sometimes is that they feel unloved. We often make the connection with our feelings about God in the heavens, to how we feel about our fathers on earth. If children have grown up in a harsh and unloving environment, they may have made a connection that God also gets angry easily and is not loving.
How Good Can God Be? is an inspiring book to all humans who want to feel the universal emotion of love and shows the example of a loving earthly father to his daughter through the growth stages of life, as a reflection of our loving and kind heavenly Father, God.
Sara Thurman beautifully connects the earthly relationship of father and daughter to the heavenly relationship with God and His children. In How Good Can God Be? the dad includes his daughter in purposeful activities on a big ranch in Texas, where they live, while he teaches her how to garden and to patiently wait for the harvest. He also uses words of affirmation to his adult daughter to declare her identity as a loved child. He makes himself present in his daughter’s life since she was a little girl and watches her become a teenager and young adult, continuing to be involved in her life.
In this grab bag, we have 8 e-books on parenting & family. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each e-book cover.
Publisher: Image Reflections
How is faith like ice-cream? What bible topic is like last year’s calendar? Discover the easy and fun way to bible study. You’ll instantly taste the difference of Sunday School with a twist: new riddles and parables! With only her “rocky road” ice-cream, a little girl learns about the conditions of faith. And a detective investigates a sleeping courtroom mystery. With plenty more, WordPlay® is a biblically exciting blend of new mystery, morals, symbolism, fun facts, discussion questions, character challenges, family skit versions, and a built-in hyperlinked bible index. Fill your “thirsty cup” to the top!
Your List of New Christian Parables:
Each parable inside comes in 3 formats:
Family Skits Version
A Maze In Grace (The Parable)
It’s the most popular 3-D maze challenge for Little Gracie.
Loving a prodigal is a long and desperate journey, filled with fear, worry, anger, self-
recrimination. You wait for the phone call–will it be from jail or the hospital? You plead with your loved one. You search for help. You feel the shame. You cry out to God, “How long, Lord?”
Author Judy Douglass knows these lovers of prodigals well. She is one herself and has created a large and growing community with others. When You Love a Prodigal is a collection of 90 essays–90 days of perspective on what God offers to you as you love your prodigal. At the end of each brief essay, response questions will help you process how God intends to use the wilderness journey to mold your spiritual life. You can work through it day by day, or you can read it straight through.
Judy has traveled this road with her own prodigal–reading, learning, praying, and seeking God. Over and over he continued to give her wisdom, he sustained her, he covered her with grace, and he filled her with hope. May you, too, be strengthened and filled with hope as together you discover how God will take you through your own valley.