It’s 15 days to go before the launch of Aaron Armstrong book “I’m A Christian…Now What?” published by Lexham Press. Here’s some appetizers for you before you dig in with the book. Here are my favorite quotes from that book and if you want to order it now, go to this link.
“…when you become a Christian, especially when you’re coming to faith as an adult, you’re starting life over from scratch. You’re a grown-up in body, but a child in your faith, which means these early weeks, months, and years are a crucial time in your faith.”
I’m excited to read something from Rebecca McLaughlin and I’m glad The Good Book Company provided something short and slated for Easter. It would be nice if you could consider getting this one for you or your unbelieving friends.
It’s 2023 and we can have face to face worship service at our churches without restrictions. Sunday service isn’t complete without small groups and Sunday School. To help Christians jump start this post pandemic church service, CSM Publishing released a curriculum for kids, Kingdom Seeker and this is my review of the book.
It’s been a cool, gloomy and sometimes rainy weather here that makes you want to lay in bed and be lazy all day. Speaking of being lazy, here are some quotes from this short book from Alistair Begg. If you want to buy this book, you can hit this link.
“The lazy individual will always be hungering for fulfilment, because, by virtue of his posture, he never experiences fulfilment. His desires are always there somewhere, but he never realises them; they never materialise. He has cravings that remain unfulfilled, and as a result he is restless.”
There are two books for kids from The Good Book Company this coming January. Both have the same author and artist but different things to offer. Also there are a lot of “first” for me while reading these titles. If you want to know it and of course read my reviews for these books, let’s go and check it out now.
This is a very special post because I interviewed not just one but three hosts of a new podcast on church history! And they are kids! Say hi to Emma, Trinity and Linus, the hosts of ” Kids Talk Church History” and get to know how they end up as hosts, learn some behind the scenes stuff on the making of an episode, church history and their interesting connection with the author, Simonetta Carr.
Hello guys! Kindly tell something about yourselves and who introduced you into church history.
TRINITY:Hello everyone! My name is Trinity, I am 15 and I’m one of the hosts of a new podcast called “Kids Talk Church History“! I got introduced to church history, by my old Sunday school teacher, Mrs. Simonetta Carr. Along with teaching us things from the Bible, she had us read some of her book manuscripts. They were really interesting, and I always wanted to learn more about the people who she wrote about.
Let this blog dump some Christmas spirit to you as that holiday approaches. Here are some quotes from the book I finished titled, The Weirdest Nativity authored by Andrew Sach and Jonathan Gemmel, published 10 Publishing. Get your copy by clicking this link.
“For those who change sides to follow Christ, the future is glorious. The devil is eventually destroyed. The world is made new. Tears are gone. We will live in a perfect world forever.”
For the past years, I’ve been devouring books on church history. It’s not just out of curiosity nor being a marites that makes me want to pick up a book on this kind of topic. I received review copies that have this topic and this year had interesting new releases of church history. The treatment of the authors varies, but I usually get historical fiction and factual narratives. But in Redemption: The Church in Ancient Times brings the best of two worlds that will make kids open the book and dig in.