Praises of a Wife and Mommy was created for mom's like me. I like to share secrets, parenting advice, deals, the many arts and crafts that we do at our at home preschool, and most importantly share my faith. My many roles go beyond mom they also include, preschool teacher, Children's church teacher, youth pastor, wife, and one role I love Christ follower. Praises of a Wife and Mommy started small but is cotinuing to grow. I love to review products and hold giveaways.
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"Wonderfully Made" by Joyce Meyer
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I was thrilled last year when I got to review Joyce Meyers book, Every Which Way to Prayand I was just as excited to review Wonderfully Made. Synopsis:
The popular Everyday Zoo series for young children by beloved and bestselling author Joyce Meyer continues with Wonderfully Made, a heartfelt and humorous story about Hayley Hippo finding her own unique talent and discovering that she’s perfect in God’s eyes.
As an adult women in ministry I love listening to Joyce Meyer and learning from the messages and books she writes. She is a great women of God and now writing children's stories makes me more inspired to try it myself!
New International Version (NIV)
I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made;
your works are wonderful,
I know that full well.
This verse has been one of my favorite verses to quote especially during both of my pregnancies. I remember when I was a child I would think I had no talent but that is a lie from the enemy and the truth is we are WONDERFULLY MADE and God has give each of us a special gift and talent. That message is the main message for this great children's storybook. I love the characters and the illustrations through out. My kids both loved the story and my five year old wants to practice taking more pictures just like the main character, Hayley Hippo!
I received a copy of this book to conduct an honest review.
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