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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

A Woman After God's Own Heart

My sister is going to do a Bible Study with Elizabeth George's book A Woman After God's Own Heart. She began reading it and was so stirred in her heart by the book that she felt led to encourage other moms and wives to read this as well.

I will be ordering up several copies for her group to buy at a discount through August 8th, 2011. If you would also like a copy at a discount, you may order the book online, but it will not ship out until the second week in August unless you get one of the 3 we have in stock currently. There is no need to use a coupon code, it is discounted already on the site.

Here are some reviews from other women who have read this book:

"EXCELLENT book! My husband started noticing positive changes in me once I started reading it. Every Christian woman should read this book. I'm sure I'll refer to it again and again." ~Amy

"I read this book every so often to refresh me on how my marriage should look. I love these books they are honest and hard hitting, but wonderful in setting straight the role of a woman in marriage.

I first read this book to fix my husband, but I ended up crying out to God to change myself after reading how wrong I was to be so selfish in my marriage.

Elizabeth George is not afraid to tell it how it is and she definitely says it in love."

Friday, July 8, 2011

New Books!

We have added several new books to our site, with more to come!

Click on What's New to see these treasures. Many are around $6. Great summer reading or to add to your character-building book list for the school year!

We are currently reading The King's Daughter at bedtime. These stories were in nearly every orphanage in the 1800's. To think that such character-laden books were the norm then. Today, they would consider them politically incorrect because of the godly character that stems from the Bible and the references to God.

We read a strong story out of The Two Bears and other addresses to children by J.C. Ryle on the topic of God seeing all that we say and do, not mocking others and finally that we need Christ to change us. It was powerful. I was surprised how seriously my girls listened and took in the true story from the Bible when Elisha was mocked by the children and the sad results that came of that. Yes, it was a strong story, but it was truth, and in the end J.C. Ryle pointed the kids to our need of Christ.

God bless and thanks for stopping by!

Elsie, Millie, Violet on Sale through July 15

We have a few titles left from the A Life of Faith series. These are now out of print. If you had been waiting to finish up your collection, we are offering our remaining titles at a discount through July 15th.