July Feature: Rachel WoJo

Friday, July 05, 2013

Yay for July!  There is something about the month of July that I always get excited about.  The weather is usually very nice.  I'm in full summer mode and the first half of the year has past... Maybe it has something to do with all of those things together.

Well as it is a new month I want to share a favorite blog of mine, and I hope you enjoy it too!  Check it out

Thank you so much for the privilege of being featured on your beautiful blog!

At RachelWojo.com, my writing mission is to inspire you to live out extraordinary faith in Christ by providing everyday real-life solutions. I focus on prayer and Bible reading in personal relationship with Christ and recommend tools and technology to grow your faith, as well as the faith of your children.  There's nothing like sharing the journey with others.

Cozy book hop

Cozy Reading Spot

Thursday, July 04, 2013

Welcome to Cozy Reading Spot!  This is your chance to share your posts, and then grab your favorite drink to curl up with and read other's posts.  We share posts on books, reading, and all that is inspiring us. I am always amazed at how busy the summer makes me... do you feel that way? If you haven't written anything new, link up a classic you'd love for some new friends to check out.

Cozy Reading Spot

Cozy Book Hop

What's been going on at Reading List this week:

Here's what I've been writing this week, just in case you missed it. And this was full of guest posts, which I love!


The Power of a Praying Wife

Wednesday, July 03, 2013

I am so excited to share this review with you today.  I have been wanting to read The Power of a Praying Wife for a while, but I can't seem to find the time.  So a wonderful blogging friend has taken the time to read and review it for me!  I know she is amazing...  Rosilind from A Little R&R is sharing her thoughts on this book - please leave her some love after you're done reading...

The Power of a Praying Wife
By Stormie Omartian

Guest post

A perspective on serving

Tuesday, July 02, 2013

The danger to the internet, blogs and reading the lives of others is that it is too easy to compare your own life to theirs. And lets be honest, we write in a way that makes our lives look good, even when we are admitting to the issues and sins we find ourselves stuck in. As a result we read about others, and can quickly compare ourselves, feel guilty and fall into that pit of downward spirals into stress, weariness, even depression. For those of us who are spending all our time simply keeping up a house and raising kids, reading about missionary wives in Africa or Eastern Europe leave us feeling like a failure...
Perspective matters in serving


Resources for Teaching Emergent Readers

Tuesday, July 02, 2013

I am not sure I will ever be the mom who homeschools her kids, although I do agree that all moms need to take on the responsibility of overseeing the education of their kids. And let's be honest, to truly do this... well the answer is homeschooling... yes I am still trying to reconcile these points in my brain. So while I figure out how that will work for my family, I spend time reading how other mommies are teaching, training and educating their littles.  One of my favorite sources is Keri, who write at Growing in His Glory.

Keri has graciously agreed to share some of her favorite resources with us today!  I hope you enjoy her tips as much as I do. Please leave her a comment once you finish soaking in all this wisdom.

Cover Reveal

My Own Mr. Darcy - A Cover Reveal

Monday, July 01, 2013

Every once in a while a title of a book draws me even before I know anything else about it!  And although it can sometimes be a dangerous lure, it is fun.  Recently I heard about a book that is not scheduled to actually come out for a few more months, but the title grabbed me - My Own Mr. Darcy.  I guess it shows what some of my favorite classic lit books are!

Here's a sneak peak, and the cover reveal.... did I mention there is a giveaway included at the end? Enjoy!

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