Author: Lucinda Brown

Dayspring’s Created, Called, Crowned Collection

I recently received 4 items from Dayspring’s Created, Called, & Crowned collection. This gift collection uses Esther 4:14 as the inspiration for is name and is mostly bright pink and white with accents of mint and orange. The 4 items I have are: The Standard Mug. It has the same wording on both sides, holds approximately 12 ounces (15 if you fill it completely to the brim), and is dishwasher and microwave safe. My family likes to have a couple different cups each that every one knows is “ours”. This mugs handle does not get hot when microwaved and will be...

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The NKJV Women’s Study Bible Review

Thomas Nelson recently released a redesigned full-color version of their best selling NKJV Women’s Study Bible.  With contributions from over 80 women (of various ethnic, denominational, and occupational backgrounds) and edited by Dorothy Kelley Patterson and Rhonda Kelley they hope this bible will help “women of all ages experience the renewal, hope, and transformation that only God’s Word can bring”. COVER & BINDING This Bible has a sewn binding. The edition I have is the hardcover but it is also available in pink/pink floral cloth over board edition (with or without thumb indexing) and a brown & burgundy imitation...

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ECPA’s Christian Book Award 2017 Finalists

You might have already heard but the finalists for The Evangelical Christian Publishers Association’s  (ECPA) 2017 Christian Book Awards have been announced. Nominees for Bible of the Year Of course Bible Buying Guide’s primary category of interest is Bibles.  The five finalists are: The Complete Jewish Study Bible – This study Bible seeks to clarify the Jewish nature of both testaments and help both Jews and Christians understand better their common heritage. With a different version (part translation/ part paraphrase) than many of us are familiar with, lots of articles, notes, and word helps it does a very good job. Our full review...

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MEV The Promises of God Creative Journaling Bible Review

Passio’s first illustrated Bible is the MEV The Promises of God Creative Journaling Bible. FEATURES MEV (Modern English Version) Hardcover Sewn binding 2.25″ margins Double-column paragraph format 8 point font Words of Christ in red Harmony of the Gospels and parallel passage references 38 gsm (approx) cream paper 1103 pages 9 blank pages in back 8.5″ x 7.25″ x 1.75″ 2 pounds 14 ounces ISBN 9781629990927 COVER & BINDING Passio’s creative journaling Bible is an aqua and white with accents of copper hardcover with sewn binding. The thick paper liners are a light yellow and white version of the circle...

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Noah: Man of Destiny Review

I recently finished reading Noah: Man of Destiny by Tim Chaffey & K. Marie Adams.  Since the Bible doesn’t say much about Noah before he started building the Ark the writers have speculated about what his life would have been like. This is Book 1 of The Remnant Trilogy and covers about 8 years of his early life. It starts with him living with his parents and working on their farm but dreaming of a chance to apprentice as a wooodworker. He gets his chance at his coming of age party but not the way he expected. Instead of working with...

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