Review-She Reads Truth Bible

The three ladies are pretty excited this week, because our favorite food holiday is coming AND it will also include a three ladies reunion. Yep, this time the Arizona crowd is heading West, and we’re looking forward to family, food, fun, food, more fun, and so on and so forth. Today we’re taking a break from the Thanksgiving prep for another installment of…

“Things People Wish You Would Buy Them For Christmas!”

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Review-Hinds’ Feet on High Places: An Engaging Visual Journey

Have you seen them? You know, the memes in your social media feed that proclaim alarming things like “10 Fridays Until Christmas!” and “24 New Hallmark Christmas Movies Start This Weekend!” Yep, it may be 91 degrees in my backyard but Christmas is right around the corner. Today’s post will be the first in a series called: 

                                    Things People Wish You Would Buy Them For Christmas!

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Review- Treasuring Christ When Your Hands Are Full by Gloria Furman

The old saying goes "Never judge a book by it's cover", any bibliophile will tell you it's true. I'm going be honest, when I picked up this book I was 100% sure I was about to read 154 pages on how to maximize your quiet time with the Lord when you have screaming children pulling at you all day everyday. I expected practical advice on how to treasure that time and make it a priority. After the introduction I realized I was mistaken and in the best possible way.  

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Review-Dad, Does God Exist? By Charlie H. Campbell

Hi everyone, it's Audrey and I want to tell you about the latest book my Gigi bought me! It's Dad, Does God Exist by Charlie H. Campbell. I have heard my mom and Gigi talk about Charlie before and how he has a ton of amazing Cd's, DVDs and books on Apologetics. I didn't exactly know what apologetics was and honestly I'm still a little confused but Mom explained that this book was a good starting point for a curious kid (a five year old kid to be precise) like myself. Dad, Does God Exist, opens with Sarah being told by a classmate that God isn't real! I know God is real but I was surprised when my mom told me that not everyone believes that! We started talking about how I would probably meet other kids that don't believe in God too and what I should do if they tell me He isn't real.

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Review-She Reads Truth App

I'm a visual person. That's why things like Pinterest and journaling/coloring bibles are totally up my alley. So when I started seeing people post these beautiful pictures with scripture on them and a little "She Reads Truth" watermark in the corner I was intrigued. After I looked into it I found that not only does She Reads Truth have awesome lock screens and downloads for those spiritual and encouraging Instagram posts we all love, they are actually responsible for much more! 

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Review-The Valley of Vision by Arthur Bennett

I don’t know if you ever notice this, but there are some books that repeatedly come up as quoted in other books. When I notice that, (usually third time’s the charm) I have my curiosity peaked enough to pick up the quoted book. I’m currently savoring, and I do mean savoring, The Valley of Vison by Arthur Bennett.  Over the years, I have read quotes from this book so often I began to wonder if I had actually read it in its entirety by now!  

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Review: Tranquility: A Prayer and Reflection Coloring Journal & Inspire: Psalms 

It isn’t a secret that the second Lady of Lit is the artistically gifted one among the three ladies. I, the first lady, am the reason the reason adult coloring industry was invented. That is why I have not one, not two not three but FOUR books from Tyndale that I am excited to share with you. Included are affiliate links should you care to click through and purchase, which if you didn’t know, helps three ladies out a bit. 

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Review-God Made All of Me by Justin and Lindsey Holcomb

As a Mom, I'm amazed and horrified at how many of my peers have personally dealt with sexual abuse at the hands of family members, family friends or neighbors. Shame and body insecurities along with negative views of sex and marriage are permanent scars that they now bear. Naturally, as parents, whether you suffered this personally or not, we want to protect our children and one of the best ways to do this is by educating them. 

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