I have read through this book from start to finish and I am excited to start trying out the recipes!
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
I have Mimi Kirk's other books (two others) and love them. I also LOVE this book and the facebook group focused on it is truly amazing. I get to try the easy recipes myself and can see and share from and with others.
Monday, October 9, 2017
I read this in one sitting and it was an easy and informative read for the price! I wasn't looking for anything too in depth and was reading out of curiosity and from a referral.
Saturday, October 7, 2017
Friday, October 6, 2017
All-In2Night was a nice read. I wasn't sure what to expect from it but was glad I got it. I underlined the idea to tuck the children into bed each night and listen to stories about their day. I thought it was neat to read a Christian story from a fun activity book (even though we read a variety of Christian books during our bedtime routines) and to pray with them. Sharing prayer with children is always special and right before bed is very special.
There are a lot of Scriptures to help in parenting and I really appreciated how nicely they were printed out and marked them to keep handy. The book shares practical tips on raising children in the Lord and it was a good read.
It is nice to have 40 weeks worth of All-In2Night activity ideas to try out and I will share this book with others!
Bookcrash sent me this book free of charge in exchange for an honest review.
Thursday, October 5, 2017
This booklet is 8 mini chapters with brief points on some important topics for marriage.
The author shares a bit on a married couple learning to live as one and the main points touched on are: Joining together as a couple, submission and why to submit, preparing for God to work, loving as Christ loves the church and bringing all of those together.
This seems to be an excellent idea to hand out to couples engaged to be married. It is a nice quality book to be small to mid size and would make a pretty addition to a pre-wedding gift.
I didn't really love reading through the book (did so at once though) and I'm not sure why. I think it could be that it didn't really pull me in. I found myself focusing on finishing it rather than being engaged in the reading.
This book isn't likely to reach any group other than Christians but a lot of things written seem to be this way: either strong towards one religious view point or only enjoyed by those who don't follow a particular religion.
I was fond of the layout and it made the reading better and I really appreciated the Scriptures shared and relevancy of their placement.
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Wednesday, October 4, 2017
I have shelves of cookbooks and love them all. This book was love at first sight and deeper love after the flip of the first page. Before I even reached the second chapter, I was torn between cozying down to read every word and taking it to the kitchen to make some fragrant, culinary delight. Since then, I have done both! I open this book and keep it close by when making smoothies, breakfasts, lunches, dinners, new dishes and anything I can find to use it with!
My baking, cooking and food prep all the way around is so much better with this gift!