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A story about "100 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum: Choosing the Right Curriculum and Approach for Your Child's Learning Style" — 3 years ago

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One new idea / concept I learned from this book:

This book was a great resource that charted and rated several curriculum. I liked: Bob Books, My Father’s World, Math-U-See, and A Beka. I also learned that my daughter is the type of personality and learning style that would easily take to any method, so I need to pick a curriculum that I (the teacher) can do and stay with.

Who should read this book:

Parents who are considering homeschooling should read through this book to get an basic understanding of the strengths of several popular homeschool curriculum options.

A story about "Personality Plus for Parents: Understanding What Makes Your Child Tick" — 3 years ago

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Parenting with a new definition: Helping raise my children to become who God created them to be; teaching them to be disciplined so their weaknesses decrease and their strengths increase.

One new idea / concept I learned from this book:

This book gave light toward my children’s personalities. I believe my daughter is a Melancholy/Phlegmatic blend; and my son is Choleric/Sanguine. I am Sanguine/Phlegmatic and my husband is Melancholy/Choleric.

Who should read this book:

All parents would benefit from reading and applying this book when parenting their children.

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Positive Mom Book — 3 years ago

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Great tips for how to keep a positive outlook during the mothering period of life. Each chapter ends with a ‘power point’ for what to read from the bible, suggested prayer, and something to do. This would make a great group study for a group of married moms.

A story about the last time I consumed "Oh, the Places You'll Go!" — 4 years ago

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We laugh every time we get to the section of the book that says, you’ll go great places and people will like you – except when you don’t and some people won’t… haha. funny. sad. true.

A review of "Christ Esteem: Where the Search for Self-Esteem Ends" — 6 years ago

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“You are a miserable sinner! Your human nature has been corrupted. You are the source of your own problems. Your answer is found in the person of Jesus Christ. Get off yourself, stop focusing upon yourself, and direct your conscious, day-by-day attention to the Lord Jesus Christ. He is your life!” Page 206

We all have problems – and this book helps someone who is hurting, or someone who has a low self-esteem, to see that they are the problem and Jesus is the answer. It also shows how the Church assists us as we abide in Christ everyday.

One new idea / concept I learned from this book:

Positive thinking isn’t good enough (pg. 189). Denying myself doesn’t mean I think of myself as less – but to truly deny myself is to abide in Christ. I cling to Him and He shows through me. I am an awful sinner, and I thank God that Jesus takes away my selfishness and wraps me in His love.

My identity — 6 years ago

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“You are a miserable sinner! Your human nature has been corrupted. You are the source of your own problems. Your answer is found in the person of Jesus Christ. Get off yourself, stop focusing upon yourself, and direct your conscious, day-by-day attention to the Lord Jesus Christ. He is your life!”

-Page 206

We all have problems – and this book helps someone who is hurting, or someone who has a low self-esteem, to see that they are the problem and Jesus is the answer. It also shows how the Church assists us as we abide in Christ everyday.

One new idea / concept I learned from this book:

Positive thinking isn’t good enough (pg. 189). Denying myself doesn’t mean I think of myself as less – but to truly deny myself is to abide in Christ. I cling to Him and He shows through me. I am an awful sinner, and I thank God that Jesus takes away my selfishness and wraps me in His love.

I apply this book every day — 6 years ago

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We all have love tanks. It is important that we don’t try to run on empty, that we keep our love tanks full (and fill other love tanks too.) We all speak and receive different love languages, and by speaking these we can fill love tanks. The five love languages are: Words of Affirmation, Quality Time, Receiving Gifts, Acts of Service, and Physical Touch. Once you discover your love language and your family/friend’s love language, you can choose to fill up their love tanks, and find out how to receive love.

One new idea / concept I learned from this book:

I’ve never heard of love tanks or love languages. It makes sense that I could be telling someone I love them, but because they speak a different language than me, they might not think I love them. This is why many kids think _________ is the favorite child, why children run away, divorces happen, and friends divide. We need to learn to speak all the love languages so we can fill up all the love tanks we encounter.

Who should read this book:

This book mainly speaks to married couples. Any one engaged or married would greatly benefit from reading and applying this book. God can open our eyes so we start looking at our spouse from his point of view, instead of our own point of view. I am greatly encouraged to speak my husbands love language after reading this book.


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