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Gospel Centered Mom by Brooke McGlothlin

I loved the “Daily Disciplines for the Gospel-Centered Mom”. They are broken down into six practices: Study for yourself Believe that the Lord will help you Be willing to wait Praise God always Give Enjoy the Lord These simple practices alone can equip you with a gospel mindset and prepare your heart each day! I […]

The Build by Paul Teutul Jr.

I grew up watching American Chopper on the Discovery channel on television. My dad was a huge fan of the show and wanted to grow a mustache just like Paul Sr. I always admired Paul Jr.’s designs he fabricated for each bike he was involved in. His creativity was amazing and you knew he had […]

God Gave Us Family

The newest installment in the “God Gave Us” children’s book series is full of warm fuzzy feelings! Little Pup is traveling to a family reunion with his mom and dad. His parent’s tell him about the different family sizes and different relatives can take care of children too. I love how this book presents: The […]

Follow the Cloud by John Stickl

Fear of the unknown. It’s out if my comfort zone. Ever had these thoughts before? I sure have. I enjoyed reading Follow the Cloud by John Stickl. This book was written based on the the Bible’s account of the s escape from Pharaoh in Egypt in Exodus. I was having my own spiritual struggles while […]

Dr. Seuss Collection

WE LOVE DR. SEUSS BOOKS! My kids absolutely enjoy these silly books! These exact books have been in my husband’s family since he was little and now we have them to pass on to our kids! I love how each book has tongue tying phrases and quirky pictures. I always find myself struggling to keep […]

Never Settle for Normal

Looking for significance in your life? How about happiness? The path to significance and happiness has been shared! Jonathan Parnell does an outstanding job lighting the way. “Never Settle for Normal” gives you the tools you need to find your significance and happiness. No more living in the “stupid normal”. Parnell takes you on a […]