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Grace for the Moment

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I received a copy of this book from the publisher. This post may contain affiliate links. As the new year begins, I’m trying to start new habits and refresh some good old ones. Somewhere along the way, I had fallen off on my bible studies. I was still doing basic devotions, but I wasn’t really studying the Word in a way that allowed me to grow in my relationship with the Lord. While I was trying to decide what I would be doing this year for my studies, an online friend mentioned a group of women who were reading through…

Starting the Day with Crazy Faith Awakening Coffee

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Special thanks to Family Christian for providing a sample of the Crazy Faith Awakening Coffee. Mornings start early at our place. With winter approaching, I head out to feed the animals before the sun even thinks about making an appearance on the horizon. Today, clouds filled the sky blocking out the normal light from the stars and moon. The smell of moisture was in the air. It was the type of morning where you could feel the chill in your bones even if you were all bundled up. My day starts with feeding the animals and quickly switches to preparing…

Character Interview: Meet Ronie Kendig’s Vvolt

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This post is part of the Conspiracy of Silence Tour of Duty. I received an advanced copy of the book from the publisher. This post may contain affiliate links. If you haven’t read the free intro to The Tox Files – The Warrior’s Seal, you need to go pick it up on Amazon. It’s a kindle novella that you can read on any device, so there is no excuse not to be spun up on the team before you dive into Conspiracy of Silence. Fair warning, once you start reading, you will not want to put the books down. I…

Scripture Doodle by April Knight

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Special thanks to the publisher for providing a copy of these books for review purposes. This post contains affiliate links. Taking a Look at Scripture Doodles by April Knight I find coloring to be very therapeutic, so combining a devotional with a coloring book makes complete sense to me. Scripture Doodle and Scripture Doodle God’s Promises are both six-week devotional books. Some devotionals have coloring pages while others have a place for your own doodles which makes these books a little different than some of the other coloring/devotional books. You have the opportunity to be a little more creative or…