Moms of Master Books have been kicking of the dust and getting ready for spring all March long. Now we’re inviting you to come along too and Explore Dinosaur National Monument with Noah Justice. Whether you’ve been watching Noah grow up on camera with us over the years or you’re just hearing about the young guide for the first time, you’re going to love this powerful, easy-to-follow resource!
Packed with great information about yet another amazing location in the American West. With this awesome new addition to the Awesome Science DVD series, you’ll get the chance to explore history, geology, and Biblical connections in a virtual field trip format.
Dinosaurs are among the most fascinating extinct creatures in our history. Unique sites like this one can be found around the guide to online casinos for canadians globe and allow visitors a glimpse of a mystery solved by Biblical history! Dinosaur National Monument truly one of the top paleontological finds of the 20th century. Continue Reading →
The Mineral Book is the newest release in the best-selling Wonders of Creation Series!
Developed for multi-level teaching, the book is conveniently laid out with our unique skill-based color-coding system that allows you to educate your child at the perfect level for him or her. This educational resource is filled with full-color pictures and illustrations, and can be used in the classroom, for independent study, or homeschool settings.
Created by Dr. David McQueen, The Mineral Book is the embodiment of a dream to make mineralogy accessible to beginners, students, and hobbyists who want to learn about the order and beauty of minerals shaped by the Creator. Readers get to learn all about the inherent properties of minerals, where they can be found, and how they are used. With the added bonus of fun facts and a super-cool 24-inch, full-color pull-out poster, this is a book moms are going to like as much as their kids!
Minerals are a gift of God’s grace and provision. Continue Reading →
As the release of Prayers for New Brides has approached, I have found my excitement growing and growing. Today, it is my pleasure, on behalf of Jennifer O. White and New Leaf Press to be hosting this launch party. I hope you are having a blast. I have to thank Jennifer for her tireless efforts and presence. As many of you are aware, over the last few weeks, Jennifer hosted a New Brides study group utilizing the first 15 chapters of the book. I have had the pleasure to be a part of the group and see the stories of hope and change thanks to this God-inspired book.
I’d also like to take a moment to thank tonight’s sponsors who have generously donated for the event.
ValMarie Paper – His & Hers Marriage Field Journals
Willow Lane Prints – Special Dates Printable
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Erika Dawson – Kindle ebook, Pray Truth:Praying God’s Word for my Husband’s Heart
New Leaf Press – Prayers for New Brides, $20 Amazon Gift Cards, $20 iTunes Gift Cards, and a 3-day, 2-night stay at Chateau on the Lake in Branson, Missouri!
Please check out these free Printable Prayers for the Wedding from our amazing author! To keep up with Jennifer and all of the great work she’s doing, subscribe to her blog and get your free chapter of Prayers for New Brides today!
In the meantime, scroll down to get your raffle entries in and then head back over to the party so you don’t miss out on the fun and random giveaways! Continue Reading →
Creation Sunday: February 11, 2015
Charles Darwin—born more than two-hundred years ago on February 12th 1809… and yet the ripple effect of his poisonous ideas is still being felt across the globe. 2015 marks the tenth anniversary of the institution of Evolution Sunday, an annual event celebrated on the Sunday closest to Darwin’s birthday. The event was created by Michael Zimmerman who saw it as a way to convince Christians that Evolution didn’t have to conflict with Christianity—that the two could coexist in peace.
Just one year later, in 2006, a website went up with an open letter stating as much, prompting pastors, priests, and other clergy members to sign their names and show their agreement. To date, more than twelve thousand have signed the agreement.
The problem in all of this is that Zimmerman was an atheist. One can safely conclude that maintaining the solid foundation of Christian faith was never his intention. Continue Reading →
I like the Bible. That might seem like an obvious thing to say, especially in a Christian newsletter, but I believe it bears saying because, let’s face it, there’s a lot in the Bible that’s unlikable.
Original sin, for one thing, sort of bums me out. Adam and Eve had everything they could ever need or want, but they threw it away because – incredibly – they believed God was holding out on them.
Then there’s the Flood. Civilizations wiped out, thousands upon thousands of people killed, and why? Because mankind was so ruthlessly violent, God felt the need to start over. And that’s just the first six chapters.
There’s the rape of Tamar, Jacob’s little trick with his father-in-law’s sheep, the Plagues of Egypt, the lukewarm ineptitude of the Judges, the Exile to Babylon . . . the list goes on and on, right up until God Himself dies, crucified by the very people He created. But, thank God, He didn’t stop there. Continue Reading →