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We can learn so much from a study of trees, especially when we examine why certain trees are mentioned in the Bible. Is it a coincidence? Or, did God purposefully choose each tree to teach us about His abundant life?
Deepen your life in God as we look into the message from the trees.
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I recommend this book to all those wanting to walk with God. I found this book moves beyond the casual faith to a close relationship with God. The author beautifully weaves the messages from the trees to inspire real abiding faith.
My grandson and I wrote this together.
Will Martin had never been able to resist a good mystery. He and his friend, Pete, love to go on adventures deep in the Martin pine forest. It was great fun until they stumbled upon a real-life incident of blood and treachery which threatened to bring
their young lives to an end. Suddenly, life and death hung by a thread of secrecy.
WILL THE BOYS BE ABLE TO KEEP THEIR MOUTHS SHUT?
You Are Not Alone
Gifts from the Porch Swing
Embracing Grace After Loss
After 30 years of ministering through music, Marji Stevens suffered an accident and lost her ability to sing. Just a few years later, a prolonged illness claimed the life of her husband, Bill, to whom she had been married for 40 years. She then spent the next seven years as a caregiver to her 92-year-old mother-in-law, who continued living in the couple's home. Marji learned how to process her grief and face her fears each morning when she met with the Lord on her porch swing. Now Marji shares those discoveries with you, gifts of grace she has learned to embrace on the journey through loss and grief.
A little 4 x 5.5" booklet for someone who is a new widow. It's filled with full-color inspirational art by Marji, Scripture verses, and words of hope and encouragement.
Words of Comfort
for the Hurting Heart
for losses other than a spouse
Read what others are saying...
"I just finished Marji's book. Every story is filled with such deep honesty. It is both refreshing to hear what needs to be said, and then sad that we didn't get it before this book shares it plainly. There is freedom that comes with confronting the truth from all angles, and that is what Marji does." B. Morgan
"Marji writes with such open honesty about a wide variety of life events. Her book is an engaging story that kept me reading when I should have been sleeping. She encouraged and inspired me. and she imparted valuable tools on surviving and thriving through loss, which will benefit any reader." Lynn B.
"This book is a blessing! Marji weaves humor into the transparent and vulnerable telling of her pathway through grief. timeless wisdom is illustrated in each story. This was the book I couldn't wait to pick up at the end of the day." Lori D.
Notecards with the same image are also available.
Picture Books . . .
These books have been inspired by my seven grandkids: Owen, Avery, James, William, Hazel, Everett, and Chapel. If you're a grandma, like me, you know the joy of reading to your 'kidlets'--as long as they'll sit still!
I wish I could give this book ten stars. This is such a wonderful way to teach children about the importance of fully relying on God each and every day of our lives. A great reminder for us adults too!
Reading this book is like reading a Max Lucado children's book or a parable of Jesus ~ simple words and pictures pack a powerful message. Lord, help me to keep letting You oil me every day, and please surround me with encouragers, like the little mouse, to cheer me on! Sharon O.
Little Tick everything she could, but no amount of effort achieved her goal - to make a "tock".
Tick learns the power of prayer and the warmth of a good friend's encouragement.
So many times in my years of working in daycare, we would have kids that were scared to go on the potty. This is a great book to show little ones that it isn't scary, and that they CAN do it. S. Erickson
How do you like the
potty I made?
Baby Moose conquers the "big-boy" task
of learning how to use the potty and earns
a special prize.
Baby Moose believes he's having the worst, "most terrible-est day ever . . ."
But he quickly learns an entire day is not ruined because one thing goes wrong.
This book would make an ideal gift for a youngster, coupled with a fireman's hat and a bell. You can just feel Baby Moose's excitement when the worst "most terrible-est day ever" is turned around.
Marji will make school visits. Why not plan one at your school? Here's How . . .
Baby Moose discovers that God answers prayer - sometimes in the most unusual ways.
Can you make a funny bubble sound?
Hazel's first day on the school bus came with some strange sights and sounds. As well as some fluttery tummy butterflies and cold feet. But, Hazel learns that good friends can help your courage grow when trying new things.
The Little Plot of Land
A thought-provoking modern-day parable for all ages.
The young man is perplexed when given an overgrown plot of land. It didn't seem like a gift at all compared to his neighbor. But in time, the young man learns that good gifts often need to be discovered. Under the watchful eye of his feathered friend, he learns that obedience and perseverance bring him a surprising reward.
Questions for discussion are included.
Coming Soon: Everett and the Big Fat Chicken and Teedle's Treasure