Bible Review: Princess Bible



The Princess Bible, The Holy Bible, International Children’s Bible, published by Tommy Nelson, is a wonderful Bible designed with the precious heart of a girl in mind.

This Bible begins with a page entitled, “Why should I read the Bible?” This little entry, backed by a scripture, strives to help its readers understand the importance of turning the pages of the Bible. While this seems like something minute, it can be a powerful encouragement to the younger generation.

Other helpful tools within this Bible are as follows: A Bible Timeline, 24 pages of colorful presentations and Bible helps, 365 highlighted memory verses, a Princess Coloring Book with full-color sticker pages, Names of God page, Kids In The Bible page, a definition section, and so much more.

Utilizing the International Children’s text, this Bible is designed to make it easy for girls to read and understand, thus it is recommended purchase for the little princess in your life.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

Published in: on March 18, 2017 at 11:23 pm  Leave a Comment  

Bible Review: NIV Faithlife Study Bible

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The NIV Faithlife Study Bible: Intriguing Insights to Inform Your Faith, published by Zondervan, strives to reach and display that it is useful to everyone, regardless of their level of faith or experience with Christianity. It is designed to show that there is always more we can learn about the Bible.

This Bible is bursting with ways to assist the many different types of biblical students. Many aspects are adapted from the popular Faithlife Study Bible app. The individual book introductions include outlines and information about background culture, themes, and maps and timelines. The verse-by-verse study notes reveal information from the original languages used for the writing of the scriptures. There are contributions from multiple respected scholars such as Charles Stanley and Randy Alcorn.

There are more than one hundred full-color graphics, timelines, and tables, including three detailed timelines regarding the life of Jesus. Also included are twenty-seven family trees and people diagrams to illustrate how people in the Bible are related one to another.

This study Bible is amazing. It’s many tools for in-depth study make it a must have, thus it is a recommended purchase.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

Published in: on March 9, 2017 at 1:18 am  Leave a Comment  

Book Review: Are My Kids On Track? Written by: Goff, Thomas & Trevathan


Are My Kids On Track?: The 12 Emotional, Social and Spiritual Milestones Your Child Needs To Reach, Written by Sissy Goff, David Thomas, and Melissa Trevathan, published by Bethany House, is a publication that seeks to help answer the question: How is your child doing, socially, emotionally, and spiritually?

This publication is designed to help parents guide their children into and through age appropriate milestones, while encouraging healthy development. Readers will also discover the uniqueness of both genders, male and female, and learn how to help each one find ways to flourish.

Leaning upon their abundant experience, Goff, Thomas, and Trevathan, bring forth an amazing tool that is sure to help any parent bring positive growth in the lives of their children, thus it is a recommended purchase.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

Published in: on March 6, 2017 at 11:32 pm  Leave a Comment  

Book Review: The Women of Easter By Liz Curtis Higgs

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The Women Of Easter: Encounter The Savior With Mary of Bethany, Mary of Nazareth, and Mary Magdalene, written by Liz Curtis Higgs, published by Waterbrook is a book with the purpose of clarifying scripture while helping its readers to experience growth in their relationship with Jesus.

Liz’s Bible studies and books are always insightful, Biblical, and powerfully designed to bring about growth to those reading and/or participating. This book is no exception.

In this book, Liz utilizes various Biblical versions, breaks them down, and compares scriptures with the purpose of bringing clarity to her readers as she tells the story of three Marys and their encounter with a man named Jesus.

After reading this book, you will definitely feel like you have been drawn into the presence of God, thus it is a recommended purchase.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

Published in: on March 6, 2017 at 11:13 pm  Leave a Comment  

The Story Travelers bible


The Story Travelers Bible, published by Tyndale Kids, created by Tracy Maddler, illustrated by Tim Crecelius, is a Bible designed to make the study of God’s Word more appealing to those ten years of age or less.

Filled with 85 illustrated Biblical stories, this Bible is sure to catch the attention and imagination of the youngest seekers of God’s truth. The stories shared range from The Journey Begins, which shares the story of creation, to The End Of The Road, which shares about John and the writing of Revelation. When you included the other 83 stories in between, this book has the potential to bring the essence of the Bible to life.

The stories are enhanced with sections entitled Build you faith or Think About It, as well as other sections that are utilized to describe pertinent information about the story that is being examined, such as geography, culture, and lifestyles of Biblical times.

The amazing illustrations and easy to understand retelling of familiar Bible stores makes this a perfect gift, thus it is a recommended purchase.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski


Published in: on March 1, 2017 at 12:40 pm  Leave a Comment  

NIV The Plans I Have For You Holy Bible


NIV The Plans I Have For You Holy Bible, published by Zonderkidz, notes written by Amy Parker, illustrations by Vanessa Brantley-Newton, is a Bible designed specifically for kids who desire to get more out of their study of God’s Word.

Anyone who has read even part of the Bible knows that God is on their side, that God wants them to succeed in life, but sometimes this ideology is hard to grasp, especially for the youth of today. Numerous challenges are facing the youth within our society, but the growth of their relationship with God should not be included. That’s where the NIV The Plans That I Have For You Bible comes into play.

This Bible is oozing with Biblical features that are sure to grab onto and change the life of any young Christian blessed to have it within their grasp. Such features include, but are not limited to, the following: 50 God’s Big Plans used to describe how God wants to be present and work within the individual’s life, 25 Promise Prayers demonstrating how kids can come to to God seeking their hearts’ desires, 100 Highlighted Verses that point out the promises of God in scripture.

This Bible is packed from cover to cover with the necessary tools needed to bring growth into the life of the younger Christians, thus it is a recommended purchase.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

Published in: on March 1, 2017 at 12:32 pm  Leave a Comment  

Book Review: Your Magnificent Chooser


Your Magnificent Chooser, written by John Ortberg, illustrated by Robert Dunn, published by Tyndale Kids: a division of Tyndale Publishing, is a minute publication designed to introduce young readers to the concept of utilizing their God-given ability to choose.

This book is very well written and perfect for its intended audience. Those possessing a beginner’s reading ability, and even those who rely on their parents, grandparents, or siblings to share their voices as they observe the illustrations, will find this publication fun and interesting.

The writing style, similar to that of Dr. Suess, along with the magnificent illustrations that will certainly entice the imagination of the reader and/or listener to kick into high gear, causing them to consult their chooser before making their daily choices.

Your Magnificent Chooser, is a recommended purchase for use with your own children/grandchildren or as a gift for the parent(s) of a younger child.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski


Published in: on March 1, 2017 at 12:20 pm  Leave a Comment