Releasing your teen into real life in the big world. How well prepared are your kids for the journey of life ahead? ...Provides hints, tips and inspiration for helping your teen stand on their own two feet.
There's no doubt about it- kids love rhymes. It's not for nothing that, across generations, nursery rhymes have universal appeal. So, any Bible Storybook for kids that rhymes has instant allure. And this one is no exception.
Heirloom quilts and mystery have more in common than you think. Falling to Pieces is an Amish mystery with two women forming an unlikely friendship to sell quilts, solve a mystery and catch a killer.
If you're one of the many mothers who are overjoyed when your kids eat anything, let alone something healthy, then this book is for you. Or maybe mealtime has become mere drudgery and you want your family to enjoy mealtimes together- something that everyone looks forward to. If so, take a look at this.....
... and other mothering messes I'm coming to love I think all of us aim for perfection. All of us want a perfect home, perfect relationships, a perfect family filled with perfect children. But life isn’t like that- life is messy, no matter how you try to control it.
Quilting is largely a craft relegated now, to an earlier generation. While quilting groups continue to meet, share and encourage one another, today's quilts are mostly store bought. Ramona Richards writes with warmth and love of, not just quilts, but the lessons to be learned from quilts and those who so carefully piece, block and stitch them
The comforting words of Psalm 23, the care and protection of our shepherd that we read of in this psalm, have made it one of the most loved chapters of the Bible. And now, you can share this life-changing passage of the Bible with your children in a way that they can understand and enjoy.
And it was beautiful
I must admit that I didn't open the pages of this book with delight. I knew that 'And it was Beautiful' was a collection of Kara Tippett's words published posthumously, and I held back. I guess that all of us would avoid heartache and illness and pain if we can, even if it's only in reading it.