Bunny’s First Spring: a Picture Book Review

I live in Michigan, and spring has finally sprung! It seemed a long time coming, but now, green shoots are on the trees, leaves are unfurling, tulips are in full bloom, and bunnies can be spotted hopping everywhere. It’s the … Continue reading

A Servant Like Jesus: Book Review

It’s the first day of school at the Fish-Care Cove School for Charlie the Crab. Despite the colorful classroom and fun toys to play with, Charlie hides behind the sink, too shy to interact with his classmates. Finally, his teacher, … Continue reading

Your Child’s Personality and Reading

Hello from Karen! I enjoy children and their unique personalities. so let’s talk about how temperament relates to reading styles and habits. Our personality influences how we approach life and tasks. Understanding your child’s personality may help you know how … Continue reading

Six Benefits of Attending a Small Church

According to Barna Research in their 2016 State of the Church study, of all church attendees, “almost half (46%) attend a church of 100 or fewer members. More than one-third (37%) attend a midsize church of over 100, but not … Continue reading