Friday, February 5, 2016

Grub Market Review--What Is It? PLUS a Giveaway!

Have you heard of GrubMarket? I hadn't until I was asked to do a review of their company and basically, it's a way for busy people like you and me to have fresh, wholesome food at wholesale prices delivered right to our front door. Grub Market advertises their products at 20-50% off and for orders $49+ you get free delivery.

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Enter the "Treat Yourself" Valentine's Day Giveaway Package

Happy February! We're enjoying a super mild winter around our parts and have even been able to go out for a walk and ride our bikes. That's my kind of winter!

I wanted to let you know that some blogging friends and I have teamed up to give away a "Treat Yourself" package just in time for Valentine's Day!

Check out what's included:

Mary Kay Satin Hands Set

3 Jamberry Nail Wraps

The Love Dare (book by Alex and Stephen Kendrick, mailed to you)

Song of Solomon Love Notes (mailed to you in time for Valentine's Day)

God's Word in My Heart: A Scripture Learning Guide with Memory Verses eBook (from The Purposeful Mom)

A Wife's Guide to Studying Proverbs eBook (from me) :)

To enter, just plug in your email address into the Rafflecopter giveaway below and follow the instructions for entries. Your email address is just for contact purposes, and the other entries are optional, but recommended. I love these ladies and I know you will love what they share if you choose to follow them via the options below!

Contest ends 2/6/2016 at 11:59 CST!

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Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Devotional for Kids: Jesus Today {Review and Giveaway}

Available from Tommy Nelson, the new devotional book for kids called Jesus Today: Devotions for Kids is now available. This devotional is a book about the hope that is offered to us through Jesus. The author, Sarah Young, wrote these devotionals from her own personal reflections from her daily quiet time of Bible reading, praying and writing in prayer journals.

While Sarah does write to the child as if Jesus is speaking to them, she is careful to mention that nothing she writes is inspired (like the Bible is). When sharing these devotionals with our children I want there to be a definite understanding that these are not the actual words of Christ. So, for me personally, to be sure of that, I do change the wording a bit to make it clear it is not what Jesus is actually saying. However, I think that the messages that are communicated through the devotional are based on Scripture and very encouraging. They have blessed me over and over again especially as my heart breaks from trials right now.

Also, the Scripture verses are printed opposite each devotional making it easier for the child to read them since younger ones will have a hard time looking the verses up in their Bible. That being said, I think you need to be very clear with your child what is the actual devotional part and what is the Scripture. For some, this may be too much of a hassle. For others, it may not be an issue. The whole point of this devotional though is to help kids grow in their personal relationship in Christ.

There are also pages devoted to quotes from Christians throughout history and accompanying Bible verses.

The author states that "the devotions...are meant to be read slowly, preferably in a quiet place--with your Bible open." It is, by no means, meant to replace the Word of God in an individual's life. "Sarah is biblically conservative in her faith and reformed in her doctrine. She earned a master's degree in biblical studies and counseling from Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis." She prays daily for the readers of all her books. (How sweet!)

For a chance to win one of these devotionals for kids, enter the Rafflecopter form below!

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Thursday, January 21, 2016

Review and Giveaway for Kids' Devotional and Journal

I'm so glad our children had a chance to review The Plans I Have For You devotional and journal. They have been using them faithfully ever since we got them in the mail and are great for their daily quiet time.

I wanted both of our older children to benefit from these so they both can read the devotional, but my daughter is using the journal. I would love to get another journal for my son though because the journal is fantastic at asking questions that help draw thoughts from your child's heart that maybe you weren't aware of or hadn't thought about asking.

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Why Would I Want a Berkey Water Filter for My Showerhead?

We have been using a Big Berkey Water Filter for drinking water in our home for the past 2 1/2 years and it is one of the things in our home that I'm most thankful for. It removes 100% of hundreds of contaminants such as bacteria, parasites, heavy metals, pesticides, pharmaceutical drugs and more from our drinking water. The filters last for years and over time will be cheaper per gallon of filtered water than our Brita was.

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