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Every Woman a Theologian has launched! Order your copy here! Listen Now Transcription Hi friends. You might be surprised to see an episode coming through that's not on a regular schedule of a Wednesday release. That's because we have the privilege of...
In this episode Phylicia shares five Advent devotionals and a few Advent and Christmas picture books just in time for your Black Friday shopping spree!
Who doesn’t love a good book recommendation??
In this episode Phy shares the highlights of her book list from 2022, including theology, nonfiction and fiction reads.
Who doesn’t love a book recommendation? A new monthly episode of book recs is coming to Verity and we’re starting with children’s faith based books and bibles! Phy shares her top seven books for discipling her own kids, ages 2, 5, and 7.
Josh was further convicted that some kind of structured worship time was ideal, even if it was only 2-3 times a week. I already go over verses and basic theology for kids during preschool (we use Memoria Press), so this would be a time for the girls to hear from us both and confirm what they learn in school and church.
I’m often asked for book recs for newlyweds, so here are ten books either Josh, myself, or both of us enjoyed.
You all loved the Amazon finds post so much, I decided to bring them back each month! I'm also constantly asked for book recommendations, and with the new year right around the corner this is a great time to compile a book list + use up any Amazon gift cards you get...
As a Bible teacher, the most important (and often overlooked) place I need to teach the bible is in my own home. While there are a lot of resources for teaching the bible to older children, there aren’t quite as many when your kids are young. Adeline just turned three and Geneva turns one in a month, so their understanding of the Bible is naturally quite limited.
Summertime has seen the same stack of books on my coffee table. I’ve been working through them over the course of these last three months, usually a chapter or two a day from one or two. I like to mix up my reading list. Last summer I read a record number of novels (I don’t read much fiction) and I really need to get a few more fiction reads on my plate before year’s end! Most of these are Christian nonfiction. Without further ado, here are this summer’s picks!