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I know we all have our favorite Bible – the one we’ve underlined and highlighted, with all the corners dogeared and the cover fading. But when the time comes to replace your Bible, it can be a hard choice. We are fortunate to have so many freedoms in this area of life!
The redesigned NKJV Woman’s Study Bible is the perfect addition to your Bible library. Not only is it beautiful on the outside – the one I received is a lovely two-toned embossed leather, but there are several covers to choose from – but the inside pages are illustrated in full color, with a soft, feminine floral theme throughout. It definitely makes this Bible appealing to the eye as well as the spirit.
What makes this study Bible so perfect for me? Throughout this Bible, there are topical studies, charts, and details about each book. I love reading things like that along with my time in the Word. It adds depth and a better understanding for me. The topical studies are definitely my favorite. They make studying easier, eliminating the need for a separate book or app in order to find verses related to each topic.
While this in not a Bible that I would toss in my bag to take with me, as it’s quite large, it is a treasury of information and tools. I would highly recommend it for any woman that is looking for a new study Bible.
You’re invited to receive God’s truth for balance, hope, and transformation in the fully revised and redesigned The NKJV Woman’s Study Bible. The new edition features a beautiful, full-color redesign and poignantly reveals the Word of God with Scripture insights and the contributions of more than eighty women from a wide variety of ethnic, denominational, educational, and occupational backgrounds. Special features designed to speak to a woman’s heart appear throughout the Bible text, revealing Scripture-based insights about how godly womanhood grows from a woman’s identity as a Christ-follower and a child of the Kingdom.
This spring, cultivate your heart’s spiritual roots and enter to win the Grow in the Word Giveaway!
One grand prize winner will receive:
- A copy of The NKJV Woman’s Study Bible (winner’s choice of design)
- A decorative plaque
- A rose gold Tree of Life necklace
Enter today by clicking the icon below, but hurry! The giveaway ends on April 27. The winner will be announced April 28 on the Litfuse blog.
Am I the only one that still feels like Easter should be a month away, if not more? Where did March go? But with just over a week left, it’s the perfect time to finish up your Easter shopping with some books. We all want our kids to learn more about following Jesus, so why not place a book in their Easter baskets with that candy?
I’ve got one book recommendation for each age group – preschoolers, early readers, tweens, and teens. If you have a girl in your life, these books are great additions to their book collection. Fresh new books, reading outside in the sunshine – perfection. (Now we just need sun here in Northern New York!)
I’ve been a fan of the HomeschoolingIRL podcast for quite some time. Their transparent and refreshing style has always been appealing to me. So when I heard that Kendra was writing a book, I was really looking forward to reading it. Well. I was not disappointed.
I finished Lost and Found in one sitting. Under 100 pages, it’s the story of one family’s journey from a legalistic Christianity to understanding true grace, as they endured some unbelievable hardships due to medical emergencies with their children. It was a great autobiography and really made me consider how I would handle the situations they found themselves in. I think we all want to hope that we are strong enough to stand in faith during trials, but the truth is we just don’t know unless we’ve walked down that rough road. To read how Andy and Kendra endured such trials is inspiring and encouraging.
Lost and Found is a great book for anyone that wants to be encouraged in their faith. I plan on having my teen daughter read it next. Want to learn more? Head over to the Litfuse site or read more below!
Kendra Fletcher, homeschooling mom of eight, had it all “right,” until it all fell apart. In the course of eighteen months, Kendra found her baby in a coma, ran over her five-year-old, and nearly lost her eight-year-old to a septic ruptured appendix.
Lost and Found is the story of how God used those events to transform her family’s self-righteous religion into freedom in Christ.
Fletcher’s debut book is the gripping true story of how God used suffering to save her family from empty religion. As wave after wave of crisis hit, the Fletchers discovered that getting religion “right” wasn’t a good substitute for a living relationship with a loving God. Through their suffering, they learned about misplaced identities and false hope, and they threw themselves wholly into the arms of Jesus-where they found the grace they needed.
Fletcher, a well-known writer and conference speaker in Christian homeschooling circles, addresses the quiet legalism that so easily infiltrates Christian communities and exposes the dangers of focusing our hopes on the “right” ways of worship, work, and family life. More than a memoir,
Kendra Fletcher writes on faith and education for a variety of publications, including her blog. She is also a frequent speaker at homeschooling conventions, but she spends most of her time with her very large family. The Fletchers reside in California, where they play in the Pacific Ocean as often as possible.
Find out more about Kendra at http://www.kendrafletcher.