Bible Review: NIV Color Code Bible Leather Like Edition

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The NIV Color Code Bible, leather like edition, published by Tommy Nelson, a division of Thomas Nelson Publishing, is a Bible designed to enhance the relationship between younger Christians and God.

The NIV Color Code Bible is designed with kids in mind, hoping that it will draw them into a greater desire to open up the Word of God and find His purpose for their lives.

The unique design, the color code aspect, is utilized to help children learn in a more simplistic manner as they travel through more than 3,000 passages that are centralized in 10 different topics.

Other positive aspects of this Bible include, but are not limited to, the following: a Table of Weights and Measures, Alphabetical Order of the Books of the Bible, My Journal Section, Bible Reading Plan, Color Maps and so much more.

This Bible is designed to powerfully impact the spiritual life of any child who is blessed to have it within their possession, thus it is a recommended purchase.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

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Published in: on October 21, 2017 at 10:10 pm  Leave a Comment  

Book Review: Team Us

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Team Us: Marriage Together, written by Ashleigh Slater, published by Moody Publishers, is a publication that is designed to help couples strengthen their marriage.

The Bible teaches that two people, a man and a woman, when they enter into a marriage, are to become one flesh, one entity. In most marriages, this is not the case. Both parties involved hold onto their own ideologies, their own opinions, and their own desires, thus making for a difficult future together.

Reaching into to her own martial experience, Ashleigh strives to help couples transform from separate entities to one powerfully united, God-centered, intentional unit, thus bringing them into a marriage that is more satisfying for both parties.

This publication has the ability to powerfully impact any marriage if utilized in its entirety, thus it is a recommended purchase.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

Published in: on October 16, 2017 at 6:35 pm  Leave a Comment  

Bible Review: NIV Color Code Bible

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The NIV Color Code Bible, published by Tommy Nelson, a division of Thomas Nelson Publishing, is a Bible designed to enhance the relationship between younger Christians and God.

The NIV Color Code Bible is designed with kids in mind, hoping that it will draw them into a greater desire to open up the Word of God and find His purpose for their lives.

The unique design, the color code aspect, is utilized to help children learn in a more simplistic manner as they travel through more than 3,000 passages that are centralized in 10 different topics.

Other positive aspects of this Bible include, but are not limited to, the following: a Table of Weights and Measures, a Journal section, Alphabetical Order of the Books of the Bible, and so much more.

This Bible is designed to powerfully impact the spiritual life of any child who is blessed to have it within their possession, thus it is a recommended purchase.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

Published in: on October 16, 2017 at 6:28 pm  Leave a Comment  

Devotional Review: The One Year Daily Acts Of Kindness Devotional

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The One Year Daily Acts Of Kindness Devotional: 365 Inspiring Ideas To Reveal, Give, And Find God’s Love, written by Julie Fisk, Kendra Roehl and Kristin Demery, published by Tyndale Momentum, is a book designed to enlarge the presence of God in your daily service to His kingdom.

The ideology behind this publication is to commit to performing an act of kindness every day for one year. The authors present an idea for each day, such as Kindness To A Kid or The Gift of Guidance, followed by a scripture reference, a real-life example, and a brief detailed description of the daily act of kindness.

What an amazing difference we could make within this world if we took this idea and put it into practice.

This is not a unique idea, for others have suggested similar, but its presentation is unique and powerful, thus this is a recommended purchase with the hopes that it is implemented.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

Published in: on October 16, 2017 at 6:22 pm  Leave a Comment  

Book Review: Bible Promises To Live By For Women

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Bible Promises To Live By For Women, written by Katherine J. Butler, published by Tyndale House Publishers, is a wonderful book that desires to inspire women to walk in and through the various moments in life that can bring a testing of faith.

Our daily lives can be difficult enough, but when we set aside the promises of God they can become down right difficult to navigate. That makes this little book massively powerful.

Katherine Butler has compiled a book filled from cover to cover with scriptures that remind its readers of the promises of God. Numerous sections, listed in alphabetical order, make it easy to find your needed topic.

Each section begins with some words of guidance and encouragement followed by the multiple, related scriptures. Some of the included topics are as follows: self-esteem, worry, money, peace, and anger.

Because of the powerful message and its ease of travel, this book is a recommended purchase.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

Published in: on October 16, 2017 at 6:15 pm  Leave a Comment  

Book Review: He Calls You Beautiful

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He Calls You Beautiful: Hearing The Voice Of Jesus In The Song Of Songs, written by Dee Brestin, published by Multnomah, is a book that strives to amplify the voice of God as you study Song of Songs.

Believing that Song of Songs is one of the most fascinating and misunderstood of the Bible, Dee strives to bring forth a proper understanding of its message, especially to women.

Through her marvelous writing style, Dee creates an intimate picture of the powerful, passionate, loving relationship between a man and a woman, through which their relationship with God intensifies His love for them and their relationship.

Dee carries her readers through the Song of Songs verse by verse, also providing a space to answer the questions and/or take notes. This book is ideal for personal use, small group setting, or a Sunday/Wednesday Bible study.

If you want to dive deep and powerfully into Song of Songs, then this book is a must purchase.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

Published in: on October 16, 2017 at 6:05 pm  Leave a Comment