Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Wordless Wednesday: Always Smile

A Smile Can Brighten the Darkest Day.
Sending This Smile Out to Anyone Who Needs It Today.
I will link this post up at Wordless Wednesday, Glimmer of Hope, Mama to 5 Blessings, SimpleSojourns, and Wordless Wednesday by David
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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Menu Plan Monday: November 17th, 2014

I just realized that I never posted my menu plans for this week. I've been so busy preparing for my daughter's birthday party that I didn't even realize that it is Wednesday. It's the first year that I don't have her father to help with party arrangements so I have a little more on my plate than usual.

I followed last week's meal plan almost every day, but of course due to unexpected events things ran off course. Here I what am planning for the week of November 17th.

Breakfast - Scrambled Eggs and Rice Cake
Lunch - Turkey and Cheese Sandwich with Bell Peppers  
Dinner - Cheeseburger Mac and Spinach Salad

Breakfast - Oatmeal with Walnuts and Dried Fruit
Lunch - Peanut Butter Sandwich and Carrots
Dinner - Cheeseburger Mac Leftovers and Broccoli

Breakfast - Special Birthday Pancakes for Alyssa with Fruit
Lunch - Turkey and Cheese Sandwich and Bell Peppers
Dinner - Alyssa: Birthday Dinner with her Father 

Breakfast - Yogurt Fruit Smoothies
Lunch -Dinner Leftovers
Dinner - Fish with Honey Sweet Potatoes and Asparagus

Breakfast - Cereal and Fruit
Lunch - Tuna Melts with Peas
Dinner - Shrimp with Lemon Angel Hair Pasta and Zucchini (Night Before the Party)

Breakfast - Scrambled Eggs and Veggies
Lunch - Peanut Butter or Ham Sandwiches with Grape Tomatoes
Dinner - Spicy Black Bean Burger and Mixed Veggies

Breakfast - Cereal and Chocolate Egg White Milk
Lunch - Chicken Taquitos and Brown Rice and a Spinach Salad
Dinner -Sausage Vegetable Soup and Cornbread

I will link this post up at Menu Plan Monday.

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Buck Denver Asks . . . Why Do We Call It Christmas DVD Review and Giveaway

A couple weeks ago, I was contacted by FlyBy Promotions to review the newly released DVD called Why Do We Call It Christmas from the Buck Denver Asks ... What's in the Bible Series. This was actually one the items I wanted to purchase for my daughter as a Christmas stocking stuffer this year. I eagerly responded with a "Yes" and checked my mailbox daily until its arrival. It has truly been a blessing! One of my favorite holidays to celebrate is Christmas. Each year I try to focus my attention on adding more Christ-centered activities, crafts, movies, and stories to our day. This movie is one that is definitely at the top of our list!

One extra special bonus for reviewing this product is that they generously donated one copy of the DVD for me to giveaway on my blog. Be sure to check out my giveaway at the end of this review.

About the DVD (From the Website)
Cutting down trees? Hanging stockings? Santa Claus? What do any of these have to do with Jesus' birthday? More than you'd think! Join VeggieTales creator Phil Vischer along with intrepid newsman Buck Denver and all his friends on an amazing journey into the world's most popular holiday! Sure, you know the Christmas story. But do you know the story of Christmas? Don't miss the whimsical, educational, "Christmical" party to end all Christmas parties as Buck Denver Asks … Why Do We Call It Christmas?

Topics Addressed
  • Where do we get the word Christmas?
  • Why is it called Christmas?
  • Why do we celebrate on December 25th? 
  • When was Jesus born?
  • What do Christmas trees have to do with Jesus?
  • Who is St. Nicholas? 
  • Who is Santa Claus? Where did he come from?
  • What is Hanukkah?
  • Who is Emmanuel?
  • Luke 2 Story
  • What are the "12 Days of Christmas?"
Here’s a little sneak peak of the movie. Watch the video trailer below!

My Thoughts
The creator of Veggie Tales, Phil Vischer, and his crew have developed another fabulous and popular series for children. This 60-minute DVD utilized puppetry and animation to bring the story of Christmas to life. It captured my daughter's attention, but I would suggest breaking the movie up into smaller viewing segments for younger children. Alyssa will turn 7 this week but she's always had a long attention span. Meaningful lessons and fact-oriented topics enabled us to gain a better understanding for the holiday. I have to admit when I saw the list of topics being discussed, I didn't know all the answers to the questions. It was in my best interest to snuggle on the couch, eat some buttered popcorn, and watch the movie with my daughter. 

I was a little worried about the puppetry at first and wondered if they would distract from the message, but this was not the case. The colorful, animated puppets complimented the content with humor. The characters were witty, lovable, and curious. Alyssa couldn't get enough of the puppets and still heard the message loud and clear. Additionally, the sing-a-longs included in the show are playful with catchy tunes. 

I truly appreciated the segment explaining Santa Claus. The true story of St. Nicholas was presented and revealed how "Santa Claus" came to be today. The video was careful not to spoil any secular or Christian traditions that you have with regards to Santa Claus. Furthermore, if you discuss Christmas celebrations around the world, then the Hanukkah segment will appeal to you. A few years ago, I read the history behind the "12 Days of Christmas." I was fascinated with how Christians still followed their beliefs and shared the Word when they were told not to. This section of the video clearly stated the origins and meaning behind the 12 Days of Christmas. Scripture references are scattered throughout the journey. These verses can be memorized or used as a mini devotion with your children. You can discuss how the scripture verses apply to their life. I also loved the explanation about why we have Christmas trees. A missionary named Boniface used the tree as symbol to teach a group of pagans about CHRIST even though they believed trees were sacred.   

The family-friendly content entertained, educated, and informed us. It was a perfect balance! The movie delivers a powerful and important message about the "true" reasons why we celebrate Christmas and explains the historical origins behind the familiar traditions that we cherish while helping children make the relevant connections to the birth of Jesus. My daughter and I are learning more then I ever hoped. 

Bottom Line
Why Do We Call it Christmas is a heart-warming movie that sparked a curiosity in our hearts and minds. The confusion we had about certain traditions slowly faded away after watching this video. It made us want to learn more about our traditions and think about how they relate to the birth of Jesus. Everything seemed historically and biblically accurate as far as I could tell.  

This is a high-quality video production that will capture the attention of your children while providing answers to some often confusing questions. Don't be surprised if you find yourself engaged in the story as well, because it addresses interesting topics. 

We ENJOYED this show and know that this movie will be one we watch every year as a reminder. This production far exceeded my expectations. Personally, I would love to own the entire collection in the What's in the Bible series!    

Visit the What's in the Bible Store to purchase Buck Denver Asks . . . Why Do We Call It Christmas? You won't be disappointed! This DVD retails for $14.99, but it is currently on sale for only $9.97 through 12/18/14. Furthermore, you have the opportunity to receive a FREE Sing through the Bible DVD with your order through 11/18/14 (excluding digital-only purchases). 

Additionally, all orders over $25 receive FREE standard US shipping. Sounds like the perfect time to grab this resource to share with your family this Christmas. There's also a Why Do We Call It Christmas book and other Christmas products available to purchase if desired. 

Note: Prices and deals are subject to change at any time. 

I DEFINITELY recommend Why Do We Call It Christmas to ALL families with children 8 and under searching for a way to explain those tough yet confusing "why" questions that are beautiful children tend to ask us around Christmas time. If you want to teach your children about the true meaning of Christmas, then consider purchasing this video. Parents of Christian faith will appreciate the material presented. Consider purchasing this movie as a Christmas gift for a child or relative to enjoy. I also highly suggest that Sunday School teachers add this tool to their Children's Church Library or find a way to implement it into their Christmas study lessons. 

Other Resources
Social Media
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I received a free, complimentary copy of this product as part of FlyBy Blogger Promotions in exchange for an honest review. The opinions expressed are 100% my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation. I am disclosing this information in accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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Tuesday, November 11, 2014

FlyBy Promotions Book Review and Giveaway - Growing Up Social: Raising Relational Kids in a Screen-Driven World

Reviewing the book, Growing Up Social: Raising Relational Kids in a Screen-Driven World written by Gary Chapman and Arlene Pellicane has opened my eyes more with regards to how technology can benefit yet hinder our relationships with our children. Keep reading this review to learn more about the book and to enter the giveaway at the end. 

About the Authors
Gary Chapman is the bestselling author of The 5 Love Languages series and the director of Marriage and Family Life Consultants, Inc. He's an author, speaker, and counselor with a passion for helping people form lasting relationships. He travels the world presenting seminars. His radio programs air on more than 400 stations. Visit for more information.

Arlene Pellicane is a speaker and the author of 31 Days to Becoming a Happy Wife and 31 Days to a Happy Husband. She has been featured on The Today Show, The 700 Club, and Family Life Today. She served as the former associate producer for Turning Point Television with Dr. David Jeremiah. Arlene lives in Southern California with her husband and their three children. Visit to learn more. 

Book Description (From the Publisher)
Is technology bringing your family closer together or driving you farther apart? Children today are no longer playing hide-and-seek outside or curling up with a good book—instead they’ve been introduced to a world of constant digital entertainment through television, video games, and mobile devices. And while technology has the potential to add value to our lives and families, it can also erode a sense of togetherness and hinder a child’s emotional and social development.

In Growing Up Social, Gary Chapman and Arlene Pellicane will empower you with the necessary tools to make positive changes … starting today. Through stories, wit, and wisdom, you’ll discover how to take back your home from an over dependence on screens. Plus, you’ll learn to teach the five A+ skills that every healthy child needs to master: Affection, Appreciation, Anger Management, Apology, and Attention.

•Equip your child to be relationally rich in a digital world
•Replace mindless screen time with meaningful family time
•Establish simple boundaries that make a huge difference
•Discover what’s working for families that have become screen savvy
•Learn healthy ways to occupy your child while you get things done

Now is the time to equip your child to live with screen time, not for screen time. No phone, tablet, or gaming device can teach your child how to have healthy relationships—only you can.

My Thoughts
The 233-page softcover parenting book is jam-packed with information that should be read by all parents. This Christian book focuses on the social, emotional, spiritual, and mental impact that screen-time has on children.

One chapter in particular hit close to home. Chapter 13 explores Screen Time and the Single Parent. It addresses the difficulties of being a single parent and how divorce impacts the child. I am definitely paying closer attention to how we spend our time together. I've been more intentional with placing limits on my daughter's screen time which can be difficult at times because we use technology in our homeschool and as part of her chore reward system. Furthermore, this chapter discusses the detrimental side effects of having too much screen time in a single parent home which also applies to two parent homes. It mentions the struggles of getting on the same page with your co-parenting spouse while emphasizing the importance of working together to establish similar rules and screen time limits for the sake of the child.

Chapter 14 helped me put into perspective the amount of time I personally spend in front of the screen. The book also helped me realize my priorities and what I desire for my child. I don't want my daughter to think that checking e-mails, working on my blog posts and reviews, and researching on the Internet are more important than our special time together. I really sat down and started evaluating how I run things in my home after reading this chapter. We, as parents, need to model our expectations and if we sit in front of a screen all day . . . what is that telling are children. They need us to be present and attentive to their needs. I desire to eventually have a balance of family time and technological use in my home which will in the long run help my daughter develop a stronger, healthier relationship with God and build friendships with others. I don't want her to miss out on exploring the great outdoors. I want her to play as a child rather than spending hours staring at animated screens. I also want my daughter to bond and have quality time with family and not allow technological devices to fill any emotional voids. 

Another chapter that I enjoyed reading was Chapter 10 which discusses Love Languages and how pertinent it is to identify and understand your child's love language so that you can fill their love tank. My daughter's love language is Quality Time and Physical Affection. She appreciates gifts and loves affirmations, but truly wants to spend more quality time with me and be held especially now when her heart is wounded and she's dealing with so many emotions. I also want her to feel genuinely loved and to know that I care deeply. 

Other features I enjoyed in the book were the list of screen-free ways to cultivate a thankful heart, the five keys to focus on when apologizing, homework helps, the screen-safe family pledge, and scripture verses to memorize when dealing with anger issues. 

You’ll find a short quiz at the back of the book to help you evaluate and determine whether or not your child is having too much screen time and if it could be harming their development. The ages and stages of social development are also listed and categorized. Additionally, there are discussion guides with reflective questions for each chapter which can be utilized during a parent study or Bible study group. The book also contains parental resources including the online Love Languages website, a children’s book, parenting book suggestions, and a few relationship books to read.  

Bottom Line
Growing Up Social discusses relevant and meaningful issues that should be addressed in today's society. This parenting book will challenge you to take back your home. Moderation is the key and can be reached with limitations with regards to technological use. I'm all about finding a balance in life, because I see both the advantages and disadvantages of screen time.


These are just a few of the chapters that had a profound influence on me, but there are other chapters that we could all benefit from reading. I HIGHLY recommend Growing Up Social: Raising Relational Kids in a Screen-Driven World. It is a must read for all parents or anyone thinking about having or working with children in the future! 

How often are your children allowed to use technological gadgets or watch TV in your home? 

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Monday, November 10, 2014

Menu Plan Monday: November 10th, 2014

Breakfast - Granola Energy Balls and Fruit Smoothies
Lunch - Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup with Broccoli
Dinner - Turkey Zucchini Burgers and Salad

Breakfast - Scrambled Eggs and Whole Wheat Toast
Lunch - Peanut Butter Sandwiches and Bell Peppers
Dinner - Turkey Zucchini Burgers with Broccoli and Pasta

Breakfast - Cereal with Fruit
Lunch - Mother Daughter Date at Honey Baked Ham
Dinner - Chicken Fajitas with Bell Peppers and Brown Rice

Breakfast - Chicken Fajita Breakfast Burritos
Lunch - Chicken Taquitos With Salsa and Avocado
Dinner - Southwestern Fajita Bean Soup and Salad

Breakfast - Lemon Poppyseed Pancakes and Egg Whites
Lunch - Turkey and Cheese Sandwich and Bell Peppers
Dinner - Birthday Celebration with Friends

Breakfast - Banana Walnut Oatmeal
Lunch - Turkey and Cheese Spinach Wrap with Carrots
Dinner - Spicy Black Bean Burger and Mixed Veggies

Breakfast - Blueberry Almond Oatmeal and Chocolate Egg White Milk
Lunch - Peanut Butter and Jelly with Carrots
Dinner - Cheeseburger Macaroni and Peas

I will link this post up at Menu Plan Monday.

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Wordless Wednesday: Precious Pumpkin Poodle Puppy

I am posting my Wordless Wednesday photo a day late, because yesterday was my birthday and I was running errands in the rain all day.

Enjoy! I will link this post up at Wordless Wednesday at Mama to 5 Blessings.

God bless. Thank you for visiting A Learning Journey! 

Monday, November 3, 2014

Menu Plan Monday: November 3rd, 2014

Breakfast - Cottage Cheese and Scrambled Eggs
Lunch - Taco Chili and Cornbread
Dinner - Tuna Noodle Casserole With Peas

Breakfast - Breakfast Burritos and Tangerines
Lunch - Tuna Noodle Casserole With Peas
Dinner - Fish, Sweet Potato, and Broccoli

Breakfast- Cereal and Grapefruit
Lunch - Mother Daughter Date at Honey Baked Ham to Celebrate My Birthday
Dinner - Sausage Zucchini Penne Pasta

Breakfast - Berry Yogurt Smoothies and Rice Cake
Lunch - Turkey and Cheese Grilled Spinach Wrap and Carrots
Dinner - Sausage Zucchini Penne Pasta

Breakfast - Eggs and Oatmeal
Lunch - Turkey and Cheese Sandwiches with Bell Peppers
Dinner - Chicken Fajitas with Bell Peppers and Brown Rice

Breakfast - Lemon Blueberry Pancakes and Egg Chocolate Milk
Lunch - Grilled Cheese and Turkey Sandwiches and Tomato Soup
Dinner - Chicken Fajita Black Bean Soup

Breakfast - Cereal and Fruit
Lunch - Peanut Butter Sandwiches and Veggies
Dinner - Shrimp Scampi, Asparagus, and Strawberry Spinach Salad

I will link this post up at Menu Plan Monday.

Saturday, November 1, 2014

BookLook Blogger Review: The Sticky Faith Guide for Your Family by Kara E. Powell

I came across an interesting book title as I skimmed the available books to review on BookLook. I chose to review The Sticky Faith Guide For Your Family: Over 100 Practical and Tested Ideas to Build Lasting Faith in Kids written by Dr. Kara E. Powell. I received the book in paperback trade format.

Do you ever wonder if your child will keep their faith once high school or college approaches? I have pondered this question numerous times especially now as we face challenging circumstances and our faith is tested. I wonder if I'm doing everything I can to raise my daughter into a Christian woman who will remain faithful to God in her lifelong journey. My upbringing didn't give me the tools needed to properly raise my daughter as a Christian so I am constantly evaluating the methods I utilize. I pray that I am modeling Godly behavior and that I am arming her with Biblical truths that will have a positive impact her lifelong decisions.

Book Description (From the Website):
The Sticky Faith Guide for Your Family addresses one of the top current concerns about youth and the church: the reality that nearly half of all young people raised in Christian families walk away from their faith when they graduate from high school. That's the bad news. But here's the good news: research also shows that parents are one of the primary influences on their child's faith. This book arises from the innovative, research-based, and extensively field-tested project known as "Sticky Faith," designed to equip parents with insights and ideas for nurturing long-term faith in children and young people. Grounded in academically verified data, The Sticky Faith Guide for Your Family is a positive and practical resource that empowers parents to take the small steps that can translate into big progress in their kids' spiritual journeys. Even busy families will find the "guidebook" format accessible and easy to use. More importantly, they'll be equipped with research-tested tools to nurture a strong faith in the next generation.
What I Thought
The Sticky Faith Guide is a 240-page parent resource book published by Zondervan that is based on recent research from several longitudinal studies conducted by the Fuller Youth Institute. The practical ideas presented are derived from personal interviews, real-life stories, and family experiences. Dr. Kara Powell's book is a follow-up to a previously published co-authored book titled Sticky Faith: Everyday Ideas to Build Lasting Faith in Your Kids.

I made the assumption after seeing a few sample pages that this book and its format would be a quick read, but I was mistaken. It took me several months to get through this book, but mainly because the book contains pages and pages of practical suggestions and information. My spiral notebook contained many notes and ideas to consider implementing right away and in the near future.

The book encourages you to evaluate your life choices and to think about what we truly desire for our children's future with regards to their faith development. Dr. Kara Powell inspires you to turn the ideas into meaningful actions - to practice and test the suggestions in your life. The book makes no guarantees, because obviously it depends on you and whether you implement the ideas taking small steps towards positive change. The author encourages you to try just a few ideas at a time and to not be so hard on yourself. She tells you to pick and choose no more than FIVE manageable ideas to build a stronger foundation for your family. You can always start off with fewer ideas if necessary. I know that I am not always doing everything right all the time and that I've made many mistakes as a mom; however this book gives me a glimmer of hope by offering me a toolkit of ideas to try. The author doesn't make you feel like a failure and doesn't judge you which is greatly appreciated. She doesn't want you to be discouraged about the things you aren't doing or to compare yourself to the efforts of others. Keep in mind that you'll hear about both the triumphs and the tragedies experienced by families.

Each chapter story addresses one particular topic or theme. There are 11 themes that are thoroughly discussed within its own chapter. Dr. Powell begins with a story that describes the topic addressed in the chapter. Then, she explains the significant research and findings behind the theory with numbered examples. Furthermore, she offers practical "sticky faith" ideas and parenting strategies that were suggested during the family interviews conducted. The ideas are indicated by a light bulb icon. There are several reflective questions and a short questionnaire at the end of the chapter in which you evaluate your efforts using a 1-5 rating scale. This book consists of 13 chapters and 2 appendices. One appendix section is about college transitions which will be more beneficial to me at a later time. The other appendix is an overview about the project's research which contains information about the studies conducted. I quickly skimmed this section.

Chapter 1 discusses the reasons, purpose, and benefits for a parent to read the book. Chapters 2-12 contain a topical collection of practical ideas modeled and experienced by other families. Topics explored are modeling sticky faith behaviors, faith, family relationships, technology, handling mistakes and forgiveness, connecting with teens, community, vacation, extended family, communication, service learning, transitions, and more. Chapter 13 is about taking the necessary baby steps towards a new life with your family. It covers your goals and the implementation of the book ideas. It discusses how you can apply those ideas to your life immediately with God's grace and guidance.

My favorite chapters were 3, 4, 8, 10, and 11. Chapter 10 (Home Sticky Home) and 4 (Warm Family Relationships) were my two absolute favorite chapters, because they contained simple and relevant ideas that I could easily implement with my daughter.

FIVE Ideas I Intend to Implement
  • Bible Scripture Wall
  • Faith in Every Room
  • Conversation Couch 
  • Christmas Card Dinner Prayers 
  • Wow, Pow, Holy Cow, and How Dinner Conversations
I also enjoyed reading the chapter on connecting with teenagers. I love how the author encourages family game night. I liked the idea of having a heart-to-heart talk with my daughter about her future spouse and journaling what qualities she's looking for in a husband. I think this will help her with the pain she's dealing with during our divorce. 
Furthermore, I want to limit the use of technological gadgets including computer use, smartphone, and iPads during family time and meals. Phones won't be allowed at the table - they will be placed in a basket until after mealtimes. Technological gadgets can have both a positive and negative impact on your family if not moderated. I want to be present in my daughter's life and not have my nose stuck in some gadget and I want the same respect from her when we're together. The ideas presented in the book aren't difficult to implement. It'll take just a little effort. I was motivated to start as soon as I began reading the book.

Overall Thoughts
This valuable book will definitely help guide Christian parents into teaching and developing a long-lasting faith in their children's hearts which is a process that obviously takes time. Parents should also consider modeling their own faith. The book serves as a reminder to parents that we are the primary influencers and that faith develops at home pouring out into all areas of life. It is jam-packed with applicable and eye-opening ideas to implement which will lead your child towards Jesus and give you more quality family time. Another book feature that I appreciated was Dr. Powell's simple explanation of the 5 G's of Gospel: Good, Guilt, Grace, God's People, and Gratitude which can be easily understood by children during any family meeting.

I will be rereading this insightful book a little at a time. It is a parenting tool that I will probably keep for years as I explore and implement the different suggestions. There are many helpful and relevant ideas to be implemented and I'm going to do everything in my power to keep my daughter's faith strong.  

Zondervan $15.99
Amazon $12.60

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I would definitely recommend this incredible book to all Christian families wanting to beat the statistics and become better parents. It is a "must have" resource if you want to help develop and instill a long-lasting faith in your child's life. This book will be useful for parents with children 18 and under. I also highly recommend this informative book to youth pastors or ministries working with children or teenagers.

Disclaimer: I received a complimentary, free copy of this book from the publisher as part of the BookLook Blogger Review Team Program in exchange for an honest review on my blog. I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are my own. I am disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255 "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."
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