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52 Bible Words Every Kid Should Know

52 Bible Words Every Kid Should Know

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Help your children learn the Bible with 52 Bible Words Every Kid Should Know by Carrie Marrs, a fun year-long devotional that answers kids' questions about the Bible.

Some of the words in the Bible are tough--especially for kids! This 52-week devotional will expand your children's faith-vocabulary and help them understand the Bible even better. Each devotion includes:

  • A biblical word or idea with a definition short enough to memorize
  • A look at how that word affects our relationship with God, written in kid-friendly language
  • A Find It in the Bible section that connects the term to a Bible story
  • A creative Try It Out activity that makes each word even more memorable
  • Colorful, humorous artwork that will delight readers
  • This valuable resource for kids:

  • Includes a colorful ribbon bookmark and a presentation page to make gift-giving easy
  • Is for ages 6 to 10
  • Is a great gift for baptisms, baby dedications, and Easter
  • Is a great solution for children's ministry needs (VBS, small groups, and children's church)
  • Fits perfectly on a child's nightstand at 5-1/2 x 8 in.
  • A Book Called You

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    A Coat of Yellow Paint: Moving Through the Noise to Love the Life You Live

    A Coat of Yellow Paint: Moving Through the Noise to Love the Life You Live

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    Life doesn't come with an instruction book for the role of perfect wife and mother. However, as Love Taza creator Naomi Davis discovered on her journey from newlywed Juilliard dancer to mother of five, a joyful life is a work of art that only you can create for yourself.

    When Naomi launched the popular blog Love Taza a decade ago, she had no way of knowing where that first blog post would lead or the millions of lives she'd impact.

    In A Coat of Yellow Paint, Naomi shares new stories, time-stamped as intimate and vulnerable essays, exploring her faith, personal heartaches, challenges balancing a home life with career, motherhood, and her struggles with infertility. Along the way, Naomi illustrates the urgency of celebrating life's most important things--family, faith, friendship, and an upright piano painted bright yellow--ignoring the critics.

    Naomi shares life lessons she's learned, including how to:

  • communicate openly and honestly in your marriage and friendships
  • be confident in the choices you make as a mother--and why you're more than "just a mom"
  • overcome criticism--including from yourself--on body image, infertility, and doing "enough"
  • make childhood feel magical, and seek out adventures with your little ones
  • navigate spiritual upheaval and reclaim your faith
  • find more soulfulness in your social media and online experience
  • If you dream of a life celebrating family, self, and work in a way that feels right for you, A Coat of Yellow Paint will inspire you to drown out the noise of others' opinions and expectations--so you can be empowered to love your life.

    A Surrendered Yes

    A Surrendered Yes

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    Even when circumstances feel wildly out of your control, you can make the decision each day to say yes to who God says you are in Him. This 52-week devotional from bestselling author Rebekah Lyons offers practical advice and spiritual wisdom to help you find renewed freedom in your daily rhythms as you intentionally focus on what God has for you in every moment of life.

    Rebekah found new freedom in discovering that yes in her own life as she and her husband made a cross-country move and adopted a child with Down syndrome. Along the way, she realized that when we say yes in even the small, ordinary moments of life, we experience renewed spiritual vitality for every aspect of God's calling. In A Surrendered Yes, Rebekah draws on biblical truths and her personal story to inspire you to:

  • Find freedom from the approval of others
  • Use your time and energy to live a life of intention
  • Practice Sabbath to maintain your emotional, physical, and spiritual health
  • Release control to find God's presence in play and laughter
  • Experience the truth that God is enough
  • Each entry in this year-long devotional includes:

  • A Scripture verse
  • A thoughtful devotion from Rebekah
  • A journal prompt to help you implement that week's theme in your daily life
  • A Surrendered Yes features a beautiful hardcover design and includes a ribbon marker, making it a thoughtful gift for anyone who enjoyed Rebekah's bestseller Rhythms of Renewal, or a loved one looking for a rich yearly devotional. Discover the delight of living from a place of freedom in your daily routines and lifelong dreams. Live with joy instead of regret. Freedom instead of fear. Rest instead of striving. Say yes.

    Agent You Show Up Dot the Work and Succeed on Your Own Terms

    Agent You Show Up Dot the Work and Succeed on Your Own Terms

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    What does it take to achieve your personal and professional goals? When is the right time to take calculated risks, and how do you prepare for the moment when opportunity presents itself?

    If anyone can show you how to do this, it's Nicole Lynn. As the first Black female agent to represent a top three NFL draft pick, Nicole worked her way from childhood poverty to become a Wall Street financial analyst, then attorney, and now top agent to elite athletes and entertainers.

    In a male-dominated profession, her extraordinary success was earned through a combination of hard work, preparation, self-advocacy, tenacity, and faith.

    "In this book, Nicole reveals her incredible journey and how she got where she is today." -Gabrielle Union (from the foreword)

    Agent You shares Nicole's key strategies for creating a plan and executing it, even in the face of self-doubt and external obstacles. Each chapter includes exercises to help you implement the strategies presented, so you can start working toward your goals today. After reading Agent You, you'll learn how to:

  • Discover and stay focused on your purpose.
  • Develop your personal brand and advocate for yourself.
  • Prepare for big opportunities.
  • Land your dream job.
  • Manage your workload and still prioritize self-care.
  • You define what success looks like, unlock a plan to succeed on your own terms.

    What will your legacy be? Regardless of what life's challenges you face, everyone can own their success story -- and Nicole believes you are your best agent.

    Now is your time. Time for you to walk in your purpose. Time for you to claim your peace. Time for you to own your success story. Are you ready?

    An Amish Schoolroom

    An Amish Schoolroom

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    Three charming stories of new school years and new romance.

    A Class for Laurel by Amy Clipston

    Adventurous Laurel Weaver leaves Pennsylvania to answer a newspaper ad for a teaching position in Colorado. She stays with handsome Glen Troyer's family, and they become close. However, she never intended to stay in Colorado, and his family doesn't approve of her outgoing ways. Now she can't bear to think of leaving Glen and her beloved students, but she's beginning to feel like she's out of options. Will Laurel and Glen push through the obstacles and fight for love?

    A Lesson on Love by Kathleen Fuller

    Priscilla Helmuth left her Amish community twelve years ago to pursue her dream of being a country singer, but she's missed her faith and her family. Now, she's moving to Birch Creek to be a schoolteacher. Micah Wagler recently moved there as well to put the past behind him. As the community comes together to build a new schoolhouse, Priscilla and Micah are thrown together. They bond over their love of music, but soon it appears that Priscilla's dreams of fame just might be coming true. She has to give up something, and Micah worries that it will be their faith . . . and his heart.

    Wendy's Twenty Reasons by Shelley Shepard Gray

    Wendy Schwartz is used to people underestimating her, but she's sure she can be a great teacher. Unfortunately, it's a disaster not long after she starts, and soon her job is in jeopardy. To make matters more complicated, she worries that she's falling for the son of the older couple she's boarding with. Lewis Weaver knows he shouldn't have a romantic relationship with a tenant, but he can't help but be drawn to Wendy. When a dangerous ice storm traps Wendy in the schoolroom with her students, uncomfortable truths will have to be faced by the town that just might change the future for everyone.

  • Sweet Amish novellas with happily-ever-afters
  • Book length: 75,000 words
  • Includes discussion questions for book clubs
  • Anxious for Nothing Your Readers Edition

    Anxious for Nothing Your Readers Edition

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    Our kids are under tremendous stress and pressure, with a rapidly changing culture demanding more and more from them. More attention, more screens, more intensity, more fear. Anxious for Nothing helps young people overcome the anxiety and pressures of today's world and come to a deeper understanding of God's loving presence as promised in Philippians 4:6-7, drawing on content from Max Lucado's bestselling book of the same name.

    In this chaotic age of social media, packed schedules, and an increasing awareness of the world's problems, it's normal for young people to feel overwhelmed sometimes. But the good news of the gospel has not changed. This encouraging book will help tweens and teens take control of their feelings and choose to focus on God's truth.

    This much-needed book adapts content from You Are Not Alone and Anxious for Nothing. With the warmth and authenticity that has made him a beloved pastor and writer, Max Lucado middle graders and tweens

  • biblical hope and powerful strategies to help them flourish amidst struggles
  • encouragement that God is near, He cares, and He listens
  • truths to claim for themselves in difficult moments
  • practical ways to work through their worries and rely on God's faithfulness
  • This special edition of Anxious for Nothing also includes:

  • a note to kids from author Max Lucado
  • application questions, journal prompts, and activities that guide kids in Christ-focused mindfulness
  • callouts and infographics featuring relevant Bible verses, and takeaways
  • sidebars addressing technology-related stress
  • Practical, motivating, and biblically grounded, Anxious for Nothing (Young Readers Edition) is a timely book for kids who feels overwhelmed, lonely, or anxious, or who simply want to experience God's abundant joy and peace.

    Beginner's Bible Prechool Workbook

    Beginner's Bible Prechool Workbook

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    Based on The Beginner's Bible, The Beginner's Bible Preschool Workbook is full of activities that will encourage young children ages 3 to 5 to grow in their faith and have fun while learning their letters and numbers. The Beginner's Bible has been a trusted illustrated Bible with young children and their parents for over thirty years.

    The simple pencil-and-paper activities in The Beginner's Bible Preschool Workbook are based on classic Bible stories and characters such as Adam and Eve, Noah, the life of Jesus, and more.

    Children ages 3 to 5 will enjoy over 200 pages of activities, including

  • Handwriting exercises
  • Letter and number activities
  • Mazes
  • Connect-the-dots
  • Matching games
  • The Beginner's Preschool Workbook:

  • Provides preschool level practice of letters and numbers
  • Develops creativity and problem-solving skills
  • Gives kids the opportunity to practice their fine motor skills
  • Can be enjoyed at home or taken wherever children go
  • The children in your life will love working through the numerous activities designed to help them learn preschool skills while also learning about God's love for them, one Bible story at a time.

    Berenstain Bears Bears On Time

    Berenstain Bears Bears On Time

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    Encourages children that doing your best to keep your word and be on time is not only the polite thing to do, it's also the right thing to do in this inspiring story from the Berenstain Bears Living Lights collection.

    The Bear family is a busy family. They have lots to do like getting to school and soccer practice and music lessons and the grocery store. They have to go to the doctor, the dentist, the vet, the barber, and even the beauty parlor every now and then.

    The trouble is, everyone is always running late.

    The family gathers around the Storybook Bible and learns a powerful lesson from Jonah, giving them a renewed purpose and focus. Inspired by the good advice from the Bible, Papa Bear comes up with a lateness plan ... but will the rest of the Bear family stick with it?

    The Berenstain Bears Bears on Time

  • Is an inspiring book from the bestselling The Berenstain Bears brand
  • Gently encourages children 4-8 to think about their own manners and etiquette
  • Is a welcome addition to the popular Zonderkidz Living Lights series with over 10 million copies sold since 2008
  • Best Seat in the House: 18 Golden Lessons from a Father to His Son

    Best Seat in the House: 18 Golden Lessons from a Father to His Son

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    USA Today Bestseller

    Now available in trade paper! Jack Nicklaus II shares stories, insights, and lessons he's learned from his father, the "Golden Bear," that will delight golf fans of all ages, encourage fathers, and inspire readers to focus on what's most important in life: family.

    Best Seat in the House, written with New York Times bestselling author Don Yaeger, gives us eighteen valuable lessons that Jack Nicklaus II learned from his father, PGA champion Jack Nicklaus. Although the "Golden Bear," as he is known by fans, is widely regarded as the best golfer of all time, with a record number of PGA major championships, his life and values show that true legacy lives on through your children, grandchildren, and others we are blessed to call family and friends.

    For the first time, the public is given the opportunity to see what made Jack Nicklaus an off-course success, including

  • how he and his wife, Barbara, fashioned fifty-plus years of marriage, understanding that they both had to give of themselves "at least 95 percent of the time"
  • the importance of having boundaries and limits that everyone in the family agrees on
  • how Nicklaus taught his son Jack, who worked as his caddie for several years, to value his competitors and treat them as he would hope to be treated
  • the need to be connected to what we'll leave behind: our legacies
  • One June day, Jack Nicklaus II had just completed his second round in a Palm Beach County Junior Golf Association tournament and was sitting at the scorer's table, signing his scorecard, when somebody told him his dad was on the telephone. He was a little frustrated because he didn't want to be bothered on such an important day, but his dad wanted to know how he had played, so Jack II spent the next twenty minutes detailing every hole and every shot.

    Afterward, his father said, "Jackie, would you like to know how your dad did today?" Of course he wanted to know, and he felt a little guilty for not asking. "Well, I just won the US Open." It was Father's Day 1980, and on that day Jack II learned a valuable lesson that he carried with him into adulthood: family is more important than anything in the world.

    Jack Nicklaus II shares stories, insights, and lessons he's learned from his father, the "Golden Bear," that will delight golf fans of all ages, encourage fathers, and inspire readers to focus on what's most important in life: family.

    Best Seat in the House, written with New York Times bestselling author Don Yaeger, gives us eighteen valuable lessons that Jack Nicklaus II learned from his father, PGA champion Jack Nicklaus. Although the "Golden Bear," as he is known by fans, is widely regarded as the best golfer of all time, with a record number of PGA major championships, his life and values show that true legacy lives on through your children, grandchildren, and others we are blessed to call family and friends.

    For the first time, the public is given the opportunity to see what made Jack Nicklaus an off-course success, including

    • how he and his wife, Barbara, fashioned fifty-plus years of marriage, understanding that they both had to give of themselves "at least 95 percent of the time"
    • the importance of having boundaries and limits that everyone in the family agrees on
    • how Nicklaus taught his son Jack, who worked as his caddie for several years, to value his competitors and treat them as he would hope to be treated
    • the need to be connected to what we'll leave behind: our legacies

    One June day, Jack Nicklaus II had just completed his second round in a Palm Beach County Junior Golf Association tournament and was sitting at the scorer's table, signing his scorecard, when somebody told him his dad was on the telephone. He was a little frustrated because he didn't want to be bothered on such an important day, but his dad wanted to know how he had played, so Jack II spent the next twenty minutes detailing every hole and every shot.

    Afterward, his father said, "Jackie, would you like to know how your dad did today?" Of course he wanted to know, and he felt a little guilty for not asking. "Well, I just won the US Open." It was Father's Day 1980, and on that day Jack II learned a valuable lesson that he carried with him into adulthood: family is more important than anything in the world.