There's still time to participate in the 2015 Summer Challenge!
Sign up for the challenge at www.whitsend.org/summer for access to weekly verses to memorize, ideas for family fun and suggestions for service projects that allow a family to share their faith.
Additionally, anyone who signs up to participate in the Take the Plunge challenge will receive a free scene from the latest Adventures in Odyssey album, as well as a free story from the book Strange Journey Back.
The Take the Plunge challenge features:
Master Mind Monday - commit God's Word to memory
Ways to Play Wednesday - spend active time with your family
Faith Sharing Friday - share God's love with others
The Take the Plunge challenge helps families memorize at least five verses, engage in five activities together and share their faith with five people before the school doors swing open again.
Those who sign up will receive a plan with suggested verses to memorize, activity ideas (such as visiting a war memorial) and ways to witness (such as passing out popsicles at the park with an invitation to your church), making this challenge the perfect tool for parents who want summer to be a time of spiritual and social stimulation for their kids.
We want to hear how you are "taking the plunge" this summer! Share on your blog about the different ways you are implementing the challenges in your summer! Challenge your friends to finish this summer strong!
Email Litfuse letting us know you signed up; then be sure to blog and share on social media about your participation---how you and your family are completing the different challenges. Submit your links to us by August 15th!
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Please welcome author Ann Gabhart to New Horizon Reviews
Ann, thank you so much for taking time out of your busy schedule to visit New Horizon Reviews.
(1) What is the hardest thing about writing? For me, the hardest thing is getting that first draft out of my head and down on paper (or computer screen.) Once I get my idea and figure out my characters and place I’m ready to write that first line. Sometimes all goes well with the story for a while, but I generally hit a spot while writing when I wonder if the story is working, if I even have an idea worth pursuing, if what I’m writing makes any sense. The words for the next scenes can come hard then as I push through this lag in my writing energy. Writing a story is exciting. I love it, but it is rarely easy to get from Chapter 1 through thousands of words to the end. But once I have my first draft, I’m happy to edit. That’s the easy work for me. (2) In your book, `These Healing Hills`, what surprised you mo…
ANDREW PETERSON RESURRECTION LETTERS, VOL. IALBUM PREORDER BEGINS TODAY Dove Award-nominated recording artist, songwriter and award-winning author Andrew Peterson releases the long-awaited album Resurrection Letters, Vol. IMarch 30 from Centricity Music. Releasing in time for Easter, the album is also available for preorder beginning today at iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Spotify, Google Play and more digital outlets internationally through https://AndrewPeterson.lnk.to/RLVol1Preorder. Resurrection Letters, Vol. I features songs like “I’ve seen Too Much,” “His Heart Beats” (heard on Peterson’s Behold the Lambof God tour last year) and “Is He Worthy,” which becomes the first video from the album premiere-streaming today from The Gospel Coalitionat http://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/andrew-peterson-resurrection-letters/.
Produced by Ben Shive, Resurrection Letters, Vol. I is the prequel (think Star Wars) to the highly acclaimed album Peterson released and Shive produced in 2008…
Please welcome author Julianne MacLean to New Horizon Reviews.
USA Today Bestselling author, Julianne MacLean came to the romance genre after completing a degree in English literature from the University of King's College in Nova Scotia. She fell in love with some of the classic romances - Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, Pride and Prejudice - and after a brief stint as a federal government auditor, decided to try her hand at becoming a modern day romance writer.
She is a four-time Rita Finalist and winner of numerous awards, including the Romantic Times Magazine Reviewers Choice Award, the Colorado Romance Writers Award of Excellence, and the Greater Detroit Romance Writers Booksellers' Best Award. Her books have been translated into many languages and she has sold over 1.3 million books in North America alone.
She is a devoted wife and mother, and loves to travel. She has lived in New Zealand and Ottawa, and is now settled happily in Nova Scotia wh…