Remember that BOOK CHALLENGE I mentioned in the last blog post? I’m working on it and looking forward to all the goodness I’ll discover this year as a bookworm.
If you and your children are readers, or hoping to be, you might want to print a reading log for each to keep track of each of your achievements. I’ve been keeping a log since 2015 when Cheryl shared the idea with me and I love it. It’s encouraging to track all my progress.
I looked up some freebie printables on Pinterest (one of my favourite things!) and found this simple download. Enjoy this Reading Log! 😉
Very pleased to finally be able to share the art prints that were mentioned at the conference. Sarah Meadows created both of them for me and I am so thankful for her talent and willingness to help her poor aunt out! She said to share them with you all free of charge.
Our theme verse this year for conference helps us to remember constantly to reevaluate where each choice is taking us every day. Ponder the path of your feet and make sure you aren’t losing focus! Let this beautiful printable be an encouragement to you through your days.
Click HERE to download Psalm 119:59 art print!
And another somewhat sarcastic printable for those kindred spirits out there who like to say it like it is. In my first conference session I shared about how important it was to create a Bible addiction and that Sarah had made me a pretty little print for Christmas last year. Now it’s all yours, too! We say it jokingly around here, but there is truth in jest. 😉
Click HERE to download Read Your Bible art print!
At conference this year we were reminded to hunger and thirst after righteousness. My niece, Sarah, created this beautiful print for us to hand out to all the ladies in attendance. I LOVE IT!! We are now making it available as a Matthew 5:6 printable for you to download.
Enjoy your print! Feel free to share it with everyone. So thankful for Sarah’s talent and willingness to make this beautiful reminder for us!