Book Review: Devo For The Rest Of Us


Devo For The Rest Of Us: The Next 40 Days On Your Journey Of Faith, written by Vince Antonucci, published by Tyndale, is a publication centered around bringing an increase to our knowledge of God.

This publication helps its readers establish powerful Biblical habits that direct them into becoming more drawn into a significant relationship with God, the type of relationship that will completely change their lives.

A change of life comes in the form of devotionals and is divided into an eight week series. Each of the eight weeks is divided into separate topics, covering a span of five days. The devotions for the week are centered around the weekly theme. Some such themes include: Community, Hungry Obstacles, to name a few.

This Devo is packed with amazing truth and powerful scripture. Thus it is a recommended purchase for personal use or as a gift.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

Published in: on January 4, 2016 at 11:46 pm  Leave a Comment  

Book Review: Safe House


Safe House: How Emotional Safety Is The Key To Raising Kids Who Live, Love, And Lead Well, written by Joshua Straub, foreword by Meg Meeker, is a book that strives to guide parents into transforming their home into a place of emotional safety.

This publication desires to help parents and grandparents foster a healthy identity and social development within the lives of their children at any age. It offers information that will lead to disciplining in a manner that builds better relationships and cultivates responsibility.

Parenting is very important to the growth and stability of a child’s upbringing, thus it is important that every parent do all that they can to aid in their child’s development. One way to do that is to purchase this publication, as it is a highly recommended asset.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

Published in: on January 4, 2016 at 11:44 pm  Leave a Comment  

Bible Review: NIV Understand The Faith Study Bible


NIV Understand The Faith Study Bible: Grounding Your Beliefs In This The Truth Of Scripture, published by Zondervan, is a Study Bible that strives to establish a greater relationship between the Christian and the Word of God.

Brought forth in cooperation with Christianity Today, this Bible helps you develop a deeper, more grounded faith, as it offers a greater understanding of God and that which He can and will do for those who are willing to center their lives around His desires for their lives.

The NIV Understanding The Faith Study Bible comes filled with a plethora of tools that offer the ability to change the life of a new Christian, as well as a seasoned veteran of the faith. These tools include the following: 104 Everyday Faith Devotions, 25 Culture Connections Articles, 40 Living Parables commentaries, 75 Doctrine 101 articles, and so much more.

The NIV Understanding The Faith Study Bible is packed with a powerful focus on God and His presence within our lives, thus it is a recommended purchase.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

Published in: on January 4, 2016 at 11:41 pm  Leave a Comment  

Book Review: Crazy Little Thing Called Marriage


Crazy Little Thing Called Marriage: 12 Secrets For A Lifelong Romance, written by Greg & Erin Smalley, foreword by Gary Chapman, published by Tyndale House Publishers, is a book that desires to create longer lasting, stronger marriages.

Marriage can be a wonderful blessing, if both, the husband and wife, are willing to put forth the effort that needs to be exerted in order to make the relationship everything that God desires. This publication, Crazy Little Thing Called Marriage, is designed to help all marriages become stronger and longer.

Within the pages of this book, a couple will learn how to appreciate their mate more, understand the battles that are present within their marriage, learn how to deal with those issues that come forth and to view intimacy in a manner that best fits both people.

This book presents an amazing message that has the ability to transform any marriage into one that is stronger and long lasting, thus it is a recommended purchase.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

Published in: on January 4, 2016 at 11:39 pm  Leave a Comment