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Alysa

First and foremost I am a Christian. I love my Lord & Savior Jesus Christ. I aim to live my life in line with God's Word the Holy Bible. I strive to be more Christlike everyday. He is my Strength, my Protector and my Provider.

My three children are my world. I can't describe the joy that pours from my soul because of them.

A Royal Christmas To Remember

This book by Jeanna Young & Jacqueline Johnson with pictures by Omar Aranda is another story in The Princess Parables series. The series feature five sister princesses Charity, Grace, Joy, Faith, & Hope. This story includes a lesson based on Luke 12:15-21, the parable of the Rich Young Ruler. The princesses […]

Gratitude: A Prayer and Praise Coloring Journal

This book is published by Tyndale and is in their Living Expressions Collection. It is hardback and has over 100 pages. Each two page spread has different themes. Throughout the book there are prayers, scripture, writing prompts, journaling lines, and designs for coloring. There are pops of color on almost every […]

Courageous

This book by Dina L. Sleiman is the 3rd installment of her Valiant Hearts series. Click here to read my review of book 1: Dauntless. [I have not read book 2: Chivalrous yet.] Valiant Hearts features strong females in traditionally male roles. Courageous is about a group of men, woman, and children who […]

Pumpkin Patch Blessings

This book by Kim Washburn and illustrated by Jacqueline Fast is an autumn themed board book. It follows a boy and a girl as they discover God’s creation through their Fall activities and journey to the pumpkin patch. The rhyming story is catchy and very descriptive. The colors of the […]

Hidden In My Heart

Hidden In My Heart is a New Living Translation (NLT) Scripture Memory Bible geared towards children. Towards the beginning of the Bible, there are “Ten Hide-It Helpers” to help with memorization of scripture. After that, there are fifteen pages of “Thematic Memory Verse Plans” which includes checklist boxes. At the beginning […]

To Be Left-Handed Is Not A Sin

A couple of months ago, a friend on Facebook posted the following meme… to which I felt the need to respond. I said that this meme is Biblically inaccurate. Although right-handedness or the right hand in general is considered a sign of strength (in the Bible and elsewhere), there is […]

Character: Discipline

A couple of weeks ago, my ladies Bible study continued with Session 2: Discipline in the book: Character: Reclaiming Six Endangered Qualities, InterActions Series By Bill Hybels / Zondervan You can […]