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Best Ways To Remember Someone By

  Remembering special people who are no longer a part of our lives – either through death, or moving away, or some other situation that prevents them from being near – can be a melancholy experience. At first, you’re met with happiness, as you remember the memories made, but then there is a bitter sadness as you are left with the notion that you won’t be able to make any more. Either way, remembering others is important as you pay tribute to how they shaped your life. With that being said you want to make sure your honoring the memory of others in the best way possible. Here are some great ways you can remember someone by.  A Memorial Bench Erecting a bench in a beautiful spot is a great way for not only you, but also the local community, to remember somebody special who has passed, and because of this it has become a very popular way to commemorate people.  The bench can be placed in a location that was meaningful to the deceased, so that they’re symbolically among the scenery that th

Book Review- "The Case for Christ" Young Readers Edition

  Is Jesus real? Was he actually born in a stable? Did he really come back from the dead? Aren’t all the stories in the Bible about Jesus just that ... stories? Join in this incredible search for the truth about Jesus, including the answers that rocked the world of investigative reporter and international bestselling author Lee Strobel. Here’s a book that finally answers the most important questions about the existence, life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.  The Case for Christ Young Reader’s Edition , based on the adult edition, with over 5 million copies sold, is packed full of well-researched, reliable, and eye-opening investigations. In these pages, Lee Strobel—an award-winning legal journalist—tackles the toughest questions head-on. He investigates the historical reliability, eye witness testimonies, and scientific evidence of Jesus’s birth, miracles, ministry, and resurrection. Will Lee’s findings bring Christianity’s claims about Jesus tumbling down like a house of cards? Like

Book Review- NIV Boys' Bible

  Book Description Help him grow into the young man God wants him to be . The freshly-updated  NIV Boys’ Bible  is a full-featured Bible designed to help boys ages 8 to 12 dig deep into God’s Word. Loved by parents for years, this newly redesigned version allows boys to learn amazing new facts, discover inspiring people and stories, and uncover all kinds of stuff they never imagined was in the Bible. Helpful, fun, and often downright astonishing, the  NIV Boys’ Bible  includes unique and meaningful content developed around the needs and interests of growing boys. Features:  Complete text of the accurate, readable, and clear New International Version (NIV) translation What’s the Big Deal?  - Need-to-know biblical stories and people Check It Out  - Interesting or funny facts about Bible times and characters Grossology  - Gross and gory stuff in the Bible Makin’ It Real  - Help for applying Bible stories to everyday life Hundreds of highlighted verses  worth memorizing Introductions to ea

Book Review- "Pugtato" by Sophie Corrigan

About the Book: Enchanting illustrations. Giggle-inducing text. Unique and loveable characters. Join Pugtato and his cute and quirky pack of pals in this heartwarming picture book that celebrates the power of friendship, compassion, and believing in your own unique gifts.  When Pugtato’s simple, quiet life is disrupted after he digs up a strange object in his garden, he enlists his best “spuddies” to help (they are more clever than he is, after all). Tweetroot is certain it’s a new egg for her nest. Tomatoad is quite sure it’s a toy just for him. And Purrsnip simply won’t stop scratching it! Luckily, Pugtato has another  very  special spuddy to ask … Pugtato Finds a Thing : Introduces kids 4-8 to a hilarious mash-up of pet and vegetable characters by the inimitable illustrator Sophie Corrigan Written in delightful, giggle-inducing, rhyming text Eye-catching cover features spot gloss and embossing   My Review: This is a cute and silly little book that is great for kids aged 4-8 years ol