Monday, September 19, 2016

Without Rival by Lisa Bevere

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The first words I read are important for any child of God to know:

Dearest one,  

You are loved by a Father without rival, entrusted with a message and a promise beyond compare, in a time without precedent.  You have been chosen for this moment that is at once great and terrible.  For this very reason, you must love fearlessly . . . believe outrageously . . . and hope without measure. – Lisa Bevere

 Without Rival by Lisa Bevere

Lisa’s first chapter in Without Rival is dedicated to encouraging women to realize who we are, that we are uniquely loved by a Father who has no rival.  From there, she takes us on the journey of learning who God is.  We are who we are because of who God is . . . because of who Jesus is.

She goes on to encourage women not to compare themselves with others.

Women have an identity without rival because they are daughters of a King without rival.

Throughout this book, Lisa’s hope is that women will realize their worth and their calling from God and that they will be empowered by the Holy Spirit to accomplish His purpose for their lives.

I have to say that I disagree with Lisa’s theology in chapter 6.  I agree with her belief that God does call women out for specific purposes and ministries but the scriptures do not support women preaching in churches, especially where they would have any authority over a man.  Lisa avoids 1 Timothy 2 when she presents her case in chapter 6.

I understand the vision and purpose of Without Rival and I believe God has blessed Lisa’s ministry and I believe He will continue to do so.  I believe God calls women into appropriate ministries and He gives them all the tools they need to do what He has called them to do, but according to scripture, He would not call a woman to preach in a church where she would have any authority over men.
A woman must quietly receive instruction with entire submissiveness. But I do not allow a woman to teach or exercise authority over a man, but to remain quiet. – 1 Timothy
Having given my honest opinion about the matter, Lisa offers women so much encouragement throughout Without Rival.  I could tell that she poured her heart out in the pages of this book, hoping and praying that women will realize their worth in Jesus and that they can minister in confidence  – that they can live their lives “without rival” in His name.

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Sunday, September 18, 2016

Gracious Redemption (from Anointed, Transformed, Redeemed Bible Study)

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Gracious Redemption

Last week, our study through Anointed, Transformed, Redeemed led us to crossroads.  Crossroads are places in our lives where we must make decisions.  We must choose to follow the path where God leads us or a path leading to sin and the consequences of that sin.  This week, we are reminded of God’s gracious redemption.  The is the “redeemed” part of our 6 week study.

Most of our study is from 2 Samuel 24, 1 Chronicles 22, and 1 Chronicles 28 – 29.

During this study, we dug more deeply into the Davidic Covenant.  I never realized until this study how beautiful this passage is.  David was quiet a character.  He was a man after God’s own heart.  He loved God and God loved David, but David’s life was laced with scandal, adultery, and even murder.  David was a man of war and bloodshed.

David’s life goal was to build a temple, a house for God’s Ark of the Covenant.  It was his heart’s desire, but God would not allow David to build the house because he was a man of war and had shed too much blood.  Still, God promised David that he would eventually have a son and his son would build the house.

Even after God’s promise to David, David still sinned against God and he sinned big!  God is a just God. He punished David for his sins, but He did not remove his promise to David.

Eventually, after an adulterous relationship, betrayal, and suffering through punishments including the loss of a baby son, David’s son Solomon was born to him.  God honored his promise to David and chose David’s son Solomon to build the temple.

However, God’s plan for David was not over.  David had made mistakes and he had suffered his consequences.  He was now an old man.  He had not been allowed to build the temple.  God was not finished with David.

God allowed David to take part in the temple’s construction by allowing him to gather all the materials Solomon would need to build the house for God’s name.  David was allowed to make preparations for the temple.  David took great joy in his gracious redemption.

We too can take great joy in God’s gracious redemption.
No matter what you’ve done, you will be able to  go deeper still.  If you are alive, there is a future; there is hope because there is God,” – Kay Arthur
That my friends, wraps up the full 6 week study of Anointed, Transformed, Redeemed.  You are anointed for a purpose.  God will transform your life to accomplish his plan and purpose through you.  Even if we think we’ve messed all that up, God is the God of gracious redemption.

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Crossroads (Anointed, Transformed, Redeemed Bible Study)

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During the 5th week of our Bible study through Anointed, Transformed, Redeemed with Priscilla Shirer, Beth Moore, and Kay Arthur, we discussed crossroads.  Crossroads are places in our lives where we must stop and make a decision.  Often, these decisions require us to decide on a path to follow, a path to follow God’s lead or a path down a road to destruction.  If we choose a path of disobedience, leading to sin, the consequences are great.

In session 5, Kay Arthur outlines several truths about sin.  She reminds us that sin is:

knowing the right thing to do, but choosing not to do it.



something not of faith.

One of my favorite quotes from this session is this.
Sin will take you further than you ever wanted to go and it will cost you more than you expected to pay.” – Kay Arthur
David found himself stopped at several crossroads.  Even though he was a “man after God’s own heart,” he made plenty of mistakes.  He chose the wrong path on multiple occasions, but David loved God and God loved David.

Choosing the wrong path leads to sin and God is a just God.  David suffered the consequences of his sins.  God never abandoned David but David wasn’t immune to the consequences of his decisions.

Even though David messed up and messed up big and endured his punishment from God, still God honored his promises to David.

It is never too late for anyone, regardless of one’s past, to stand at a crossroads and choose God.
 If you are not dead, no matter what you have done, God is not finished with you.” – Kay Arthur
We only have one more week left in Anointed, Transformed, Redeemed.  I cannot describe to you in written words how much I have loved these last two studies:  A Woman’s Heart, God’s Dwelling Place by Beth Moore and this one.  Up next, in a couple of weeks is Discerning the Voice of God by Priscilla Shirer.

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Friday, September 16, 2016

A Love Made New by Kathleen Fuller

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A Love Made New by Kathleen Fuller

A Love Made New by Kathleen Fuller is the third book in a series of 3 Birch Creek novels.

Oh my.  Where do I begin with this one?  There is so much drama going on in the pages of this book.  The emotional turmoil in the lives of the characters keeps you on the edge of your seat.  The real-life situations that plague all of us from time to time arise as ugly in this book as they do in real life.  Readers are bound to relate closely to the characters and their circumstances.

Abigail Schrock has been betrayed.  Within a matter of minutes, she went from her highest mountain top where her hopes and dreams were about to come true to plundering into her deepest valley.  Abigail knows God loves her but can he heal her broken heart?

To make matters worse, Abigail’s two sisters have found love.  One is married and the other is planning a wedding.  Abigail is alone.  Or is she?

Abigail’s self esteem suffers a tremendous blow for the same reasons many of us suffer the same.  I doubt there are many women who at some time or another would not relate to Abigail’s physical and emotional state.

Abigail has one suitor, but she is determined to push him away.  She has suffered too much already and she refuses to be hurt again.

Will Abigail experience a love made new?

Abigail is the main character in A Love Made New but she isn’t the only one you’ll get attached to.  This book is filled with dynamic characters who will capture your heart and your attention.

There are several things I loved about A Love Made New.  I loved that multiple stories occurring simultaneously gave me the emotional breaks I needed to keep me coming back for more.  I couldn’t wait to finish one chapter or section of one story so that I could get back to another, like a very complicated but intriguing movie.  I was thankful that some of the main characters were portrayed just as imperfect as I am.  As I read through their stories and their struggles to deal with forgiveness and the acceptance of grace, I realized my own need to forgive and to accept the grace my God has offered me.  The elements of the most interesting stories – mystery, crime, betrayal, suspense, love – are all there.  Out of all the ugliness that sin brings upon family and friends, you’ll find strong families who love unconditionally.  You’ll find devoted friendships.  You’ll find a consistent theme throughout the book, an emphasis on God’s perfect timing.  You’ll find the agony of betrayal and a love lost but then the revelation of God’s plan and purpose with a love made new.

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Sunday, September 11, 2016

Remembering September 11, 2001

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 Remembering September 11, 2001


I had just dropped our older children off at school. At the time, I worked as a part time preschool teacher and that Tuesday happened to be my day off. I was relieved to be off that day because I was so very tired. I remember pulling through the elementary school car pool line earlier that morning and feeling as though I shouldn’t even be driving. I could hardly keep my eyes open. My son and daughter exited the car and entered the school building to start their day. I drove home anxious to get some much needed rest. I remember pulling my youngest daughter out of her car-seat and carrying her into the house. My husband was off that day so I sat my daughter on the floor with a few toys to keep her occupied near my husband who sat in a chair watching The Today Show. While my husband watched the Today Show and my daughter played quietly on the floor, I settled into a comfortable position on the sofa and half listened to the show and half dozed. I seemed to be trapped in that state of mind just before dropping into “sleepy land”. I was resting, but half aware of what was going on around me. I remember the quiet noises of my daughter playing. Her little noises were making their way into my dreams. Then, I remember hearing the news.

I still remember the words “breaking news”. I remember half hearing something about a plane crashing into the World Trade Center. I remember thinking, “How awful. That’s terrible,” then drifting off into my half asleep/half awake state again. A few minutes later, I began to become aware of more news. Did I hear that correctly. Another plane? At that point, I sat up to tune in while my husband simultaneously said, “Honey, you might need to wake up and pay attention to this. Something isn’t right.” I agreed.

Suddenly, I no longer felt tired. I wasn’t sure how I felt – nervous, insecure, unsure of what was happening, afraid – all of those things at once. I continued to watch as the first pictures came onto the television screen. I watched the replays of the planes hitting the towers. Immediately, I said to my husband, “That was no accident. That plane veered into the building as if it was on purpose.” He agreed.

As we continued to watch the footage, more news came in. Another plane had crashed into the Pentagon. At that point, we knew. There in that moment, our since of security faded quickly into the blackness of the tragedy we were witnessing. At the time, we didn’t know who was responsible, but we were sure of one thing. We were under attack. I looked down. My three year old daughter sat there playing at my feet. Could we protect her? Would this happen again? It did. As the morning reports continued to flood the media, another plane had crashed into a Pennsylvania field. We wondered where the next plane would hit or if it would be a plane at all – perhaps a bomb? At that moment, who knew? My husband, an ex-Marine, decided that one of us should go get our other two children. We didn’t know what else might happen that day. How long would this go on? What building would be next? What city? Atlanta? Everything was uncertain.

The only thing we knew for certain was that our family should be together that day. Our school aged children were in the first and third grades. We wanted them with us. We wanted to protect them through whatever would come of September 11, 2001. I left to go get our two older children. As the day went on, time seemed to stand still. Would my husband be called back into active service? What would I do with three children all under the age of 7? How would we make it with a military and a preschool teacher’s salary? What would happen to us? What would happen to our country? Suddenly our every day tasks seemed unimportant. It didn’t matter that laundry needed to be done. It didn’t matter that dishes needed to be loaded into the dishwasher or that beds needed to be made. What mattered was that our children were home with us – safe. What mattered was the thousands of people who were dying – their families. All that mattered was what might happen next and how we would protect our family.

What mattered was faith – faith in our omniscient, omnipotent, omnipresent God.


I remember the look on President George W. Bush’s face that day. He received the news as he sat in a classroom filled with children. I remember Congress that day. I remember how united our Senators and Representatives were, standing on the steps of the Capitol Building as they sang – united. There were no party lines on the Capitol Building steps that day, only Americans. I remember the country adorned with American Flags. Flags flew from almost every home – from porch posts, from windows, from trees, from mailboxes, from apartment buildings, from car door windows, from everywhere a flag could fly. Flags were raised higher, flew and waved more proudly, and Americans everywhere pledged their allegiance. I remember the slogan, “They wanted change, they got it.” Terrorist set out to destroy a nation that day. What they got was a nation united. The “sleeping giant” had been awakened once again.


Years later, I still remember. How could one forget? I remember the burning towers. I remember watching one tower fall, then the other. I remember seeing the caved in section of the Pentagon. I remember seeing the scattered remains of the plane that crashed into that Pennsylvania field. I remember the signs people carried, hoping to locate a loved one. I remember the memorials covered with photographs and candles. I remember waiting for reports of survivors as hospitals stocked with supplies and extra doctors, nurses, and volunteers waited to treat thousands. I remember the phone call from my mother. She had asked me to remember a co-worker in my prayers. Her sister worked in the Pentagon. Her sister was never found. I remember the rescue workers – the policemen, the firefighters, and the countless numbers of citizens who risked their lives to save others. I remember the ash. I remember the people on the streets of New York City – covered in blood and ashes. I remember the crying and screaming – the immeasurable grief. I remember watching with shock as I saw people jumping to their death from the windows of the World Trade Center. I remember hearing the reports of the phone calls that were made. I remember the interviews of grieving families as they described their last conversations with their loved ones – loved ones who knew they would not be returning home that day; the phone calls made from the burning buildings and a plane that would never land safely. I’m sure that even after all these years, we have not heard every story.

I will remember.

I will never forget.

Do you remember where you were when the world stopped turning on that September day?

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Wednesday, September 7, 2016

All About Me Booklet for Preschoolers ~ Free Printable~

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I only have one full time preschooler in my home daycare/preschool this year.  The other children are infants and younger toddlers.  I have one other preschooler who only comes as needed so this little sweetie is feeling a little lonely.  I don’t have a lot of one-on-one time with her.  Plus, her little brother recently broke his arm so I think she’s been hoping for a little extra attention.  I decided an All About Me booklet would be a great way for us to focus on her and all the things she loves.  When I told her we were going to make a book all about her, she was so excited.  I put the other children down for a nap but I let her stay up a little while so we could work on her book together, just the two of us.
All About Me Booklet for Preschoolers
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I asked her about the things she would like to include in her book.  Then, I print out her booklet pages.

All About Me Booklet for Preschoolers

All About Me Booklet for Preschoolers
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We ended up with ten pages in all.  They are super simple pages.  There is nothing special about them, but if you would like to complete this activity with your child and you don’t want to take the time to create pre-printed pages or hand-write them, then you can print them out for free at the end of this post.

Your child can draw and color his favorite things on each page if he wishes.   We decided to cut out magazine pictures.  When we couldn’t find the magazine pictures we needed, we chose public domain images from Pixabay to use in our All About Me booklet.  My little one glued the pictures into her booklet.

All About Me Booklet for Preschoolers
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Making this little booklet together created the opportunity I needed to focus solely on this sweet little girl.  It only took a short amount of time to complete yet it made her feel important.

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Monday, September 5, 2016

Obedience: Moving Past Devastation and into Obedience

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Last week, in our Wednesday night ladies Bible study, Beth Moore led us through “moving past our devastation.”  This week, she encouraged us to “move on with brave obedience.”  In our first lesson, we learned what happens to us when we stay behind our devastation too long.  When we can’t seem to move past it, we can become bitter.

Obedience:  Moving Past Devastation and into Obedience

See to it that no one comes short of the grace of God, that no root of bitterness springing up causes trouble, and by it many be defiled. – Hebrews 12:15
We had to come to the realization that God allows good things and bad things to happen to both good and “not-so-good” people.
He causes the sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous. – Matthew 5:45b
We learned that if we allow our disappointment to remain “untreated,” we can fall into a state of disobedience.  To move forward out of our devastation, we must be obedient to God.

David was devastated at the death of Uzzah, so much that he could not continue to move the ark on into Israel.  Instead, the ark remained in the house of Obed-edum for three months.  During that time, God blessed the house of Obed-edum and David moved past his devastation and into obedience before God.

On our second day, we addressed the fact that God’s punishment for Uzzah seems harsh.  God is not harsh.  He is just.  He is holy.  He had previously given specific directions for carrying the Ark of the Covenant.  His detailed, specific directions were not followed as He had commanded, resulting in Uzzah’s death.  God is holy.  You and I now live in an “age of grace.”  We don’t have to paint our doorposts with blood or sacrifice animals to make atonement for our sins.  We do worship the same God.  He is the same yesterday, today, and forever.  He never changes, nor do his commandments.  He still expects obedience, but Jesus was our sacrifice.  He is our Passover.  He is now our high priest.  He is our spiritual rock and our manna from Heaven.

In moving past our devastation and into obedience, God’s plan for a “new day” in our lives becomes more visible to us.
Every time God has a new day of sorts dawning in my life, He also demands a new reverence from me.  Every time He has a new place to take me, He has something new about His holiness He seems to want to show me.  God seems to say, “This revelation involves a responsibility that can only come with reverence.” – Beth Moore
In our third lesson for the week, Beth teaches us about the importance of cooperating with God so that He can take us so far from where we have been that we can respond like David did, “Who am I, Oh sovereign Lord, and who is my family that you have brought me this far? – 2 Samuel 7:18

After David moved past his devastation and into a state of obedience, he acknowledged God’s blessings on him and he danced.  David moved from devastation to dancing.

One of my favorite quotes from this session is this one:
When the love of God calls forth a love for God in a heart of brokenness, it spills forth in a way no happy heart can gush.  I can remember the exact moment I realized I was going to survive a season of loss and grave defeat.  With the pain still present in my heart but strumming now in clear, acoustical praise, I felt oddly more alive than I’d ever been in my life.  The scars on my battered soul no longer appeared to me as random slashes but suddenly transfigured into engravings of unexpected praise and thanksgiving.” – Beth Moore.
In the last session of this study here in week four with Beth Moore, she recounts two main points and then offers the third.

We’ve got to get past our devastation.

We’ve got to return to obedience.

We’ve got to be courageous enough to receive God’s blessings.

God desires to bless you!

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Sunday, September 4, 2016

An Amish Harvest (Four Novellas) – Book Review

An Amish Harvest (Four Novellas) – Book Review
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An Amish Harvest 

After receiving An Amish Harvest from BookLook, I wasn’t sure I would be able to finish the book in the time allowed.  It’s a pretty big book!  It is a collection of four separate novels from four separate authors.  The novellas included in An Amish Harvest are:

Under the Harvest Moon by Beth Wiseman

Love and Buggy Rides by Amy Clipston

A Quiet Love by Kathleen Fuller

Mischief in the Autumn Air by Vannetta Chapman

Under the Harvest Moon

Realizing I needed to get started, I opened the book up to the prologue.  Sometimes it takes me a few chapters to really get into the book.  This time, I was completely captivated by the first page of the prologue from Under the Harvest Moon.  I love Amish romance books and this one did not disappoint.  Naomi, the main character, has suffered physically and emotionally in her short lifetime.  At the age of 27 and the mother of 2 young girls, she becomes a widow.  It’s harvest time and Naomi is without a husband.  She is also pregnant so her father hires his friend, Brock, to bring in the harvest.  Naomi’s father pays Brock for his work but insists that Naomi feed Brock three good meals per day.  Those meals become the foundation for relationship building between Naomi and Brock.  The relationship eventually reaches beyond the kitchen table and Brock becomes a regular part of Naomi’s family.  He’s not Amish and he is much older than Naomi but he is young at heart and Naomi is mature beyond her years.  Will Naomi fall in love again?  Is she even capable of trusting a man again after enduring an abusive relationship before her husband’s sudden death?  Would Naomi leave her community and her faith to marry and Englishman?  Could Brock give up his English ways and become Amish?

Under the Harvest Moon is a sweet story of faith over fear and love after loss.  It is a must read.

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 Love and Buggy Rides

Janie is sitting at a picnic table eating her lunch alone when she witnesses an accident.  A driver slams into an Amish buggy, injuring passengers and Jonathan, the buggy driver.  Jonathan is shaken up so he can’t remember if he signaled his turn or not.  Janie saw that he did.  Still, the driver of the car insists that Jonathan didn’t signal.  Jonathan is blamed for the accident.  Not only did Janie witness the signal.  She witnessed something else.  She might be the only one who knows.  Should she obey her father and let the English handle the accident without her involvement or should she tell everyone what she knows?

Janie and Jonathan have lunch together every day after the accident.  They enjoy each other’s company but Jonathan is 10 years older than Janie.  Would Janie’s father approve?  Even so, how would the relationship work out since Jonathan plans to go back to Maryland after the Amish harvest?

A dramatic incident at the end of the story changes hearts in a huge way.  This story captured my attention from the very beginning.  You won’t want to miss those last few pages!

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A Quiet Love

Dinah’s mother pushes her to spend two weeks visiting with her aunt.  Dinah doesn’t want to go.  Would she be accepted?  Would her aunt’s family make fun of her stuttering?  She would much rather stay home with her pets.  She is just fine spending time alone enjoying poetry in her room.  When Dinah arrives at her aunt’s home, there isn’t much time for a traditional welcome.  She arrives just in time to help her aunt’s family deal with an unexpected accident.  Her only comfort is found in her aunt’s step-son, Amos.  Amos is warm, friendly, and thoughtful.  He’s different . . . special.  Dinah helps Amos around the farm during her visit.  She grows closer and closer to Amos.  Learning that Amos is likely Autistic doesn’t stop Dinah from spending time with him and learning about his special gifts.  Can a young woman who stutters and a young man with Autism find love?  Will their families approve?

A Quiet Love is a sweet story about unconditional love.

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Mischief in Autumn Air

Martha is 40 years old and a new widow.  Her husband died suddenly and Martha is left to decide what to do.  Her aunt offers to let her come live with her, but she must follow rules.  She must go to church, help around the house, and plant a garden.  Martha decides to go live with her aunt and work in an auction house.  One day, Martha notices two suspicious bidders and alerts her boss, Eli.  They are strangers and they were overbidding – way overbidding.  Martha grew more suspicious.  What are they up to?

It turns out that the pieces of furniture for which they paid too much have pieces of maps etched onto the bottoms.  There are 7 pieces in all.  Why are they so important to the buyers?  Where do the maps lead?  What do they lead to?  Will Martha and Eli’s search for answers lead them to another kind of treasure . . . love?

An Amish Harvest has pleasantly served to deepen my love for Amish stories.  As I read the stories, I felt like I was there in Lancaster, Pennsylvania – in Ohio – in Indiana – riding in buggies beside freshly harvested fields, eating Amish meals, and loving the Amish people.  If you love Christian books, romance, and mystery as much as I do, then you will want to read the four stories compiled in this book.

Oh!  There are several pages of Amish recipes in the back of the book.   :)

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