As we observe Martin Luther King’s birthday today, may we remember the lessons he taught us….
Best wishes to all our readers for a joyous and fruitful New Year! Thank you for your patronage.
Prescott Publishing takes pleasure in announcing the release of two new titles by Michelle Kauenhofen.Michelle’s memoir, From Feminism to Fertility, tells the riveting true story of how God took a headstrong, hedonistic young girl who was entrenched in feminism and living only for herself, and radically changed her into a joyful wife and mother of twelve who faithfully pours herself out for her family in service to Him.
It is a marvelous testimony to the transforming power of God’s love, providing hope for readers who come from a similar background — and engendering gratitude in those who don’t.
Also new this month is the second of three titles in the author’s Be ReVITALized devotional series. In this volume, Michelle tackles the topic of motherhood with grace and humor.
Can’t decide which book to begin with? Why not get them all? From now until January 31, you’ll save $10 when you buy all three titles through Prescott Publishing in a single transaction. To receive your discount, just type in the following code during checkout: 3TS7WMSR
Prescott Publishing is pleased to announce a new line of devotional journals designed to get readers meditating on Scripture and pondering God’s purpose for their lives.
They have lots of room for recording thoughts, drawing pictures, making lists, and setting goals, with simple, guided studies on topics such as love, prayer, giving, family relationships, and serving others.
Once completed, the journal is sure to be a treasured keepsake for many years to come.
The first two titles are ready now — one for girls and one for boys. They are identical in content; the only difference is the cover and clip art.
Readers may work through the book at their own pace, picking and choosing which pages to do first.
Alternatively, it can be used in a group setting as part of a youth program or creative writing course, with pages assigned in a predetermined order and discussed upon completion.
The journals retail for $14.95, but from now until January 31, you can get them for $9.95 each by ordering through this site and using a coupon code (RUMTPENY) at checkout.
Author Doug Flanders gives a timely reminder that Christmas is not primarily about giving, but receiving…
“For unto us a Child is born, Unto us a Son is given; And the government will be upon His shoulder. And His name will be called Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.” – Isaiah 9:6, NKJV
The Reason for the Season
We all know that Christmas is the season for giving. That giving is, of course, a reflection of the greatest gift of all, God’s Son, who was announced in the prophecy above, fulfilled in the Gospels (“For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life.” – John 3:16, NASB), and then explained in the Epistles (“For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith — and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God.” – Ephesians 2:8, NIV).
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In honor of Emily Dickinson’s birthday (December 10), here is one of her poems. Does this one make your whole body cold?
Winter is good – his Hoar Delights
Italic flavor yield –
To Intellects inebriate
With Summer, or the World –
Generic as a Quarry
And hearty – as a Rose –
Invited with asperity
But welcome when he goes.
We hope you’ll take time in the coming winter days to curl up in front of a crackling fire with a good book of poetry.
So… what books do YOU read?