Friday, April 29, 2011

Friday's Fave Five #45

It's time for another Friday's Fave Five (hosted by Susanne at Living to Tell the Story).

My Fave Five this week:-

1. My daughter, Alyssa's poem, "Jesus Is Risen" is published online at The Homeschool Literary Quarterly. Comments are very welcome :). You can leave her a comment on the website below her poem.

2. Curriculum Clean Out. This is such a great idea for homeschooling families to bless one another. I'm giving away Eenie Meenie Miney Math! on my homeschool-related blog.

3. Chocolate covered pretzels, cashew nuts, roasted pumkin seeds. Yummy snacks :)!

4. Free download from Ken Ham: Defending the Faith Biblically and Scientifically. Disclaimer: I have not listened to it yet.

5. Cardboard Testimonies. I always get teary-eyed whenever I watch these. God's transforming power is so amazing and beautiful! Our church does cardboard testimonies at the Resurrection Day services every year. I'd  like to share this video from our church service last year (I don't know whether or when they'll post the one from this year).

Note: Please turn off my music playlist at the bottom of this page before starting the video.

5 comments:

Penny said...

Visiting this weeks meme posts and gained the blessing of Alyssa's poem. May The Lord's sweet fragrance be found upon her, all the days of her life.

Continued blessings to you and yours,

PK
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ellen b said...

Those cardboard testimonies are very moving for sure. Sounds like you've had a productive week. Have a great weekend.

Laura@OutnumberedMom said...

Spring cleanouts are great -- especially when they can benefit someone else. That's great.

I love those snacks, too!

The cardboard testimonies are so neat. Great idea.

Our Village is a Little Different said...

Congratulations to Alyssa!
I'll be sorting through and giving away curriculum soon.
Chocolate covered pretzels - yum!
I'd never seen cardboard testimonies before. Thanks for sharing.

Pamela said...

So happy you shared Alyssa's poem. I love that you encourage your children's talents.

Pamela

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