Under The Sea Holy Bible Review & Giveaway

*A copy of this book was provided to me for free for my honest review of the book by FlyByPromotions. You can find a link at the bottom of this page.*

I am so excited to be reviewing this  Bible today. I have three littles and there is nothing more important to me than getting the Word of God into their sweet little hands, hearts, and minds.
Under the Sea, Holy Bible is an NIrV Bible from Zonderkidz. A name we all love and trust. 
This Bible is lightweight and designed for children ages 6-10. The NIrV, the New International Reader's Version is designed specifically for young readers in mind. 
The cover of this book is so inviting for those little eager readers waiting to dive deep into their Bibles. This version has a blue metallic finish with sparkling fish adorning the cover. Absolutely adorable!

I love the language that is used in this Bible. Again, the NIrV means New International Reader's Version designed for young children to understand the language and the stories of the Bible. 

In comparing my TNIV, also from Zondervan, to this version what I found was instead of longer more complex sentences, they are broken down into shorter more consumable sentences and language. 

Here is an example from Luke 15:8-10 in the Story of the Lost Coin. 
"Or suppose a woman has ten silver coins and loses one. Won't she light a lamp and sweep the house? Won't she search carefully until she finds the coin? And when she finds it, she will call her friends and neighbors together. She will say, 'Be Joyful with me. I have found my lost coin.' I tell you, it is the same in heaven. There is joy in heaven over one sinner who turns away from sin."
(Page 956 NIrV Thinline Bible Copyright 2014)
As you can see content and meaning are not lost, it is simply more readable for those young and enthusiastic learners.

This Bible is not packed with a ton of extra features but I find that to be a bonus. It does not add the excess weight and materials that may not useable by this age group. The bonus materials that are included are simplistic and power packed. They welcome young readers to swim along with ocean friends as they explore the Biblical concepts. 

My Favorite Bonus Features:
  • Colorful Picture with the Books of the Bible
  • A simplified five finger prayer guide
  • Ten Commandments for Kids
  • ABC's of Becoming a Christian
  • Dictionary explaining a few key terms
  • Reference to 92 Great Bible Stories
I enjoy this Bible and have spent many years teaching young children and would have loved to have a Bible just like this. 

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By My Father's Hand and Sitting Among Friends Blog Party #18

It was 4:30 in the afternoon and I called my dad for a quick assist. Okay, the truth, there would be no assisting, when it comes to carpentry skills, I have, well none. The projects seemed simple enough. I had drawn an anchor on a board and I needed my dad to use his tools to cut it out. And two circles cut from another board.


No problem. “I’ll be back shortly,” I call to my family. “Half-hour tops.” I should have suspected my drawing, I mean tracing, wasn’t going to be sufficient. My dad is somewhat of a perfectionist.  

First, he gets out His square. I mean really dad, it’s art. It’s supposed to look misshapen and out-of-proportion.  Then, I knew we were in for it when the rulers and multiple tools were being drug out. 

As my concern for my dad’s perfection is beginning to trouble me, I nearly found myself in tears. He was so much like my Heavenly Father in that moment, I was beyond myself.

Read last year’s Father’s Day Post, The Carpenter’s Daughter. You can get a taste for the kind of man my dad is. He is the hardest working; most loyal father a girl could ask for.

As my dad straightened the anchor with one mark, drew a curve with a smooth sail of his hand across the board, and worked his way around something I threw together, my art suddenly began to look more pleasant. I was realizing how often I bring that sort of mess to my Heavenly Father.

As I watched my dad work, I was so grateful for the details he was sketching out for me and erasing the mistakes I had previously carved. His hands slowly and meticulously moved over the wood as he held it in place and poured over the details. Then he held the wood against the saw and slowly carved out every detail and it was beginning to take shape. 

I began to see the similarities in what our Heavenly Father has to do in us. We come to Him with our sinful, broken, misshapen hearts. We have done a complete number on them and we want to bring them in for the quick, painless fix.

We refuse, like I was, to work in his time and wait for Him to create a more perfected picture of who He wants us to be.

When he starts to get the ruler out to straighten our messes, we put up our guards. When the square comes out to make sure the line is in proper placement, we begin tapping our watches. We stand with our hands on our hips as he sketches out a new plan in a perfected working order. We try to stand firm in our ways as He gently erases the lines we have so deeply etched on our hearts. And we balk at the idea of the chisels coming out to shape us to be more like him.

As my dad worked on my “art” for over two hours, I began to appreciate the time and lesson my fathers were teaching me.

Our God wants to create a more beautiful picture of who He is in us. But it takes work, time, and some painful carving along the way. The results, however, are far beyond what we could have asked for or imagined.

My wooden anchor turned out way better than what I could have done and better than I initially brought to the table. My dad didn’t question the job he had to do to fix my mess. He humbly smiled and sent me on my way.


I now have a reminder of the anchor for my heart that leads me back to my dad who has always loved me unconditionally. Through his life, he has helped me form a deeper love and understanding for my Heavenly Father.



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My Rufus Story and Sitting Among Friends Blog Party #17

The Story of God's Grace and Divine Interventions

This story has been on my mind for quite some time. The gratitude and humility that comes along with this story are eternal. The details may be a bit vague because they are not all my own.

Last week, I shared the story of Rufus of Cyrene with you. Rufus was the son of Simon of Cyrene, whom you may recognize as the bearer of Christ’s cross in his final stages to Golgotha. I loved how this moment in time probably had an effect on Simon and in turn on his sons.

How has God been intertwined into your story? How has He made provision to get to His chosen child?

In Rufus’s story, we see that He was chosen. Any child of Christ is chosen but the use of this word in the story of Rufus means hand-picked with intention. Pretty Awesome!

I love this version in the Aramaic Bible in Plain English of Ephesians 1:4  Just as he chose us beforehand in him from before the foundation of the universe, that we shall be holy and without spot before him, and he ordained us beforehand in love for himself.

Not only chosen to be holy and spotless before a perfect God, but He chose us before the foundation of the universe. Does that not make your heart skip a beat?

My paternal grandfather was stationed in Australia during World War II. During his time there he met my grandmother and they later married. She remained there until she and their firstborn daughter were able to come to live in the states. My grandpa was one of two men that made it back to the states from his troop in Wisconsin.

My maternal grandfather left for WWII a married man. As many men of that time, they married before they left to have someone to write home to. He was stationed in Pearl Harbor but due to the command of his officer, his aircraft carrier, left two days prior to the attacks to practice in the open water. His ship, however, did not escape the war and was sunk. After abandoning the ship and spending time waiting for a rescue they were left in open water for hours.

Surviving the war, my grandpa returned to an empty home and no marriage and in time met my grandmother, who survived the depression in part by eating cabbage they had picked up from the railroad tracks.

From those two families came my mother and my father. My mother and father were young when they were married and so they moved into the upstairs apartment of my maternal grandparents.

Neither of my maternal grandparents were saved when they began their relationship but over the years, they had people who influenced their lives and invited them to church.  My grandma was saved first and my grandpa always joked that my grandma nagged him into heaven.

Two of the most faithful people that I have ever known. I grew up in the upstairs apartment and had the privilege of being with them daily for all my childhood and teen years.

My mother was also saved when she was a small child and took us to church weekly for all of our lives and loved us unconditionally.

My story may not seem that exciting to many people but knowing it is my story, knowing what God does to get to His chosen, sends my heart over the moon.

Realizing the hard times my grandma faced throughout her life. I look back at the fact that my other grandma was found on the other side of the world. My two grandfathers miraculously survived WWII.

Reading the story of Rufus I am so fascinated. I see he was chosen by God before the foundations of the world. What did God do to influence his life? Did He use his father, Simon, to bear His cross and teach his sons what those words truly meant?

As a believer in Jesus Christ, we are also chosen.

I can look at just my brief history and ask, "How has God intervened to get me where I am today?" He saved the lives of my grandparents. He made their paths cross. He allowed me to grow up in their faithful influence, and He has allowed me to minister to the hearts of many children and now adults all over the world through the internet.

I don’t always know the exact path God has chosen for me, but He does. He planned it before I was a thought in this world and He made it possible for me to do what I do today. To live out what I believe He has purposed and equipped me to do.

Just like Rufus, I have had faithful influences in my life that have helped lead me to my decision to also be a follower of Christ.

Has God hand-picked me with intent like Rufus? I don’t know. Maybe He handpicked one of my children or great grandchildren and he is going to use generations of faithful people to get to them.

One day, at the day of my completion, when I meet Him face-to-face, all I can hope for is He will be able to say well done good and faithful servant.

How have you seen God influence your life or the generations leading up to your life to get you where you are today? How are you influencing the lives of those around you to further the kingdom for God's Glory?
No matter where you are or what your are doing, God has a purpose for your life. I hope you will take some time to reflect on His intervention and maybe even write your own Rufus story.



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God's Perfect Plan and Sitting Among Friends Blog Party #16

He was called chosen

Rufus. Not a big name like Peter, Paul, John and James. But, Rufus. You may have never heard of him. That is very possible. I could only find reference to Rufus in two verses. Why would we notice him? What does his name have to do with us? Why is his story so fascinating? Well, friends, I am glad you asked.

Get ready to get to know Rufus. I have been plowing over his two verses, reading commentaries and trying to decide how he is like me. Really? We are two worlds and lifetimes apart.

Introductions Please

A certain man from Cyrene, Simon, the father of Alexander and Rufus, was passing by on his way in from the country, and they forced him to carry the cross. Mark 15:21

Rufus, the son of a certain Simon of Cyrene. If you are not aware of Simon’s story, it is part of God’s perfect plan. Simon was traveling back into Jerusalem as Jesus was exiting the city gate collapsing under the weight of the cross He was bearing for you and me.

Christ had been beaten, ridiculed, spit upon, slapped in the face, and then forced to carry His cross to the place where He would be hung for all who came near to see. Faint from his journey, the guards grabbed a man from the crowd to carry the cross.

Enter Simon. The guards forced him to carry the cross in Jesus’s place to Golgotha. One brief moment in time. One brief encounter with the King of All Kings changed his course and the course of his sons.

Many people from Cyrene were Jews. They had their own temple in Jerusalem and when they came to celebrate Passover they would gather at the temple. Not at this hour. Not for this Cyrene. 

His course was changed

Why would Simon’s course need to be changed for God’s purposes?

Greet Rufus, chosen in the Lord, and his mother, who has been a mother to me, too. Romans 16:13

Not only was Simon’s course changed, read this verse in Romans carefully. Paul says, greet Rufus. From the references I have read, it is probable that this is the same, Rufus.

Can you imagine the impact carrying the cross had on Simon’s family? Here we see Rufus was chosen in the Lord.

Chosen. This usage of the Greek word literally means, properly selected, especially as a deeply personal choice. Chosen out of a personal preference (intention).

The Lord had a purpose and a ministry for Rufus to fulfill. He was God’s personal choice and was chosen with intent.

Something to Ponder – If God intently chose Rufus, did He place Simon at the city gate knowing the impact it would have on Simon hence impacting Simon’s son Rufus? 

I do not pretend to know the thought processes of a Mighty God but I do know God always has a perfect plan.
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Mark adds their names to Simon’s encounter at the cross because by this time (Mark's gospel) he and his brother, Alexander, were well known in the ministry.

Simon was pulled from the crowd. Although we know very little about him, we see the probable impact it had on his children. God’s purpose for His chosen is in the furthering of His kingdom. We can certainly see evidence of that in His chosen child, Rufus.

What has God done in your family to get you where you are in the furthering His kingdom? If God chose you, what are you doing to spread the Good News of the Gospel?

Our Story was changed

This story is so amazing to me. I love to read through Bible history and see God’s plans laid out in perfect fashion. I am comforted in knowing God knows the plan He has for my life.

One verse I treasure is from Jeremiah 29:11 For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.

That is our Good, Good Father, Friends!

Next week, I will share my Rufus story with you. I hope you will come back to see how I see my family tree playing out in this beautiful story.  

In the meantime, I encourage you to write your Rufus story. Maybe share it with us at Sitting Among Friends.

How have you seen God impact your family tree to get you where you are? Maybe you are the first in your family to come to Christ, how are you impacting future generations?

Maybe you have not yet come to Christ but you see how He has been in pursuit of you and protecting you and you want to make that decision. If you have not yet made a decision for Christ, I would love to have a conversation with you. Find my contact information at the bottom of this page.  


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Thank you for posting and linking up. I try to read and comment on as many of these wonderful posts as I can and as time allows. I just want to say you are all doing wonderful work and praise the Lord that I have had the opportunity to come across the path of so many of you. 

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More, Please? Sitting Among Friends Blog Party #15 and Giveaway!

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Who Will Fill My cup?

As I traveled from person to person, thing to thing, place to place, I reached out my hand that contained my empty cup. I did not know how it was going to be filled. Maybe, with reinforcements or positive affirmations. Maybe, it would be filled with attention or promises of love. Sometimes at the risks of having it full, I would even allow it to be filled with the lies and dreams of a future or better tomorrow.

I journeyed through most of my teen life and most of my twenties, certain I knew who I was. I had the security of a loving family and although we had our share of struggles, I knew we were loved unconditionally.

But as I began listening and following other people, I went astray. I wandered down a path that ended in heartache and broken promises.

Because everywhere and everyone I turned to could not quite fill my cup. Don’t get me wrong, I wasn’t an unhappy person.  I enjoyed life, but the more I enjoyed the more I needed to satisfy me. All of it seems to catch up with you when you seek satisfaction through so many outside sources.

Lisa Murray shares her story of restoration from brokenness to peace in her new book Peace For a Lifetime.
“I’ve spent so much time and energy over the course of my life reaching out to others with the hope or expectation that they might love me, fix me, heal me, or even need me. So many times I cried in anguish for what others could not give or fix. But just at the time, I thought my cup was full, I would look down to see all the contents had escaped and once again I was empty.” (page 65)
She continues on to say,
“We only have one healer and He is Jesus Christ. He is the one to whom we should run with our pain, our fear, our loneliness, and our desperation. He stands waiting in that place of solitude to heal us, to free us, to strengthen us.” (page 65)
I had gone through life in this condition. Although I knew Christ as Savior, He was the last one I turned to. In fact, for a very long time, He was the one I was running from.
As I searched for everything and everyone around to make me feel happy, loved, safe, secure, needed, and desirable. I came up empty.

The truth is what I was seeking in everyone and everything could only be fulfilled in Jesus.  

Now, I am married to an amazing man but it would not be fair of me to expect him to fulfill in my heart what only God can.

I have wonderful children but honestly, even with all their excitement and love for me, my cup still gets empty.

I can go through life being frustrated that the people who matter to me the most cannot satisfy me or I can come to the realization that they were never meant to.

There is a beautiful story in John 4:1-26 about a woman who came to a well to draw water. Jesus is traveling from Judea to Galilee and on the way the Bible says He had to pass through Samaria. I love that Jesus had a meeting that the recipient of the meeting was completely unaware of, yet after meeting Him, her life would never be the same.

So Jesus goes to this certain well and asks this woman to give him a drink. They do this interesting exchange of words back and forth. Jesus responds to her, "If you knew the gift of God and who it is that asks you for a drink, you would have asked him and he would have given you living water."

Living. Water. Life-sustaining water that would never make you thirst again. What a gift. Deeper in conversation, Jesus tells her to go get her husband. She says she does not have a husband. He replies, “In fact you have had five husbands and the man you are living with now is not your husband.”

Here is a woman, immediately interested in this living water that Jesus is talking about. Why? She has tried to fill her cup many times, and the proof is in her cup continually ending up dry. Jesus points out even now she is making another attempt at it with yet another man. Jesus knows. He knows her heart and He knows our hearts.

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If you are reading this today and you feel this same strain in your life, waiting for your cup to be filled and finding it quickly runs dry, seek the true source of life-giving water. Seek Jesus. 


 Lisa Murray's new book, Peace For A Lifetime,  is now available! And I am so excited to be able to share a bit of it here with you. As part of Lisa's launch team (I was given a copy to read) Thanks to Lisa's generosity, I am able to give a copy away. The thing I love about this book is  it is not just another self-help book, it is full of God-centered healing.

This is a book that you will want in you own personal library, so sign up to win or get a copy today! 

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Thank you for posting and linking up. I try to read and comment on as many of these wonderful posts as I can and as time allows. I just want to say you are all doing wonderful work and praise the Lord that I have had the opportunity to come across the path of so many of you. 

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You're Already Amazing LifeGrowth Guide Review and Sitting Among Friends Blog Party #14

This past month, I have had the privilege of previewing Holley Gerth’s, Life Growth Guide as part of a launch team. This guide is designed to accompany her Wallstreet Journal BestSelling Book, You’re Already Amazing. Embracing Who You Are, Becoming All God Created You to Be. I am not just writing a good review because Holley sent tea with her package. This study has tons of great features.

I want to start off by saying, I have not read You’re Already Amazing and I still found the LifeGrowth Guide to be very beneficial and worth the time to go through.


The 6 Sessions are designed for you to dig deep into your heart and mind to work toward the goal of becoming all God created you to be:
1.     Who God Created Us to Be 
2.     What’s True No Matter How I Feel 
3.     Our Amazing Journey With Jesus 
4.     God’s Plans for Our Relationships 
5.     God’s Purpose for Our Lives 
6.     How We Can Thrive for a Lifetime
There are several features of this study that I believe make it stand out.

Whenever I am in Bible studies, I carry an extra notebook for writing down teaching or discussion notes, prayer requests, and anything that really stands out to me from that session. With the LifeGrowth Guide, that is not necessary.

Holley has included a section for ample Notes and Journaling and Creative Projects. She also gives, in each of the sessions, ideas for journaling and creative projects to get your creative juices churning. Creating an outlet for you to dive into the each of the processes that she is asking you to explore deeper.

In each section, you are also asked questions to process the session and relate it to your life for further growth and deeper maturity in your faith with Christ.

One of my favorite features is the “Your Life-Coach” sections. Holley gives real-life scenarios or things people under her counsel have faced. She cheers us on by coaching us through each session. 

As I was reading through the stories, I thought, this has been me at some point in my life and wise counsel would have been appreciated. It was like having my own personal life coach right beside me walking with me through the trials and victories of my life. 

Another point that I enjoyed was every section Holley reminded us to connect with her through her social media sites. The opportunity to connect with another believer along this journey could be crucial to many people.

Holley also included a DVD. If you don’t have the DVD, you can view all the sessions online for free at HolleyGerth.com/amazing where you will find an array of resources and printables.

DVD: The only thing I wish was that the videos were a bit longer.  Each session contained about ten minutes of video. They all offered really great guidance and encouragement while Holley invited you into her heart and home.

You’re Already Amazing LifeGrowth Guide would be good for women of all ages and all stages of life. The fantastic thing about this book is it can be done by yourself, with a few friends, or with small groups.

Overall, I thought this guide was fantastic. It actually has too many good features to mention, without giving it all away. I would recommend this LifeGrowth Guide to women seeking growth in their hearts and minds with the desire to be the women that God created them to be.  

You can find Holley Gerth blogging weekly at 
Coffee For Your Heart.



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Thank you for posting and linking up. I try to read and comment on as many of these wonderful posts as I can and as time allows. I just want to say you are all doing wonderful work and praise the Lord that I have had the opportunity to come across the path of so many of you. 

This party has been fantastic and it is thanks to all of you who stop by and Share this party with your friends. Together we can make this our great place. There are easy share buttons to your left or at the bottom of each post (mobile) and after you linkup. 


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Be Still

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Be Still My Friends! You can rest assure that God is in Control.

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Seeking God

Hope In Him Alone!

Hope In Him Alone!
Thank You, Lord, for deciding who I am!

Seek Him First! Today's Bible Reading

James 1:17
Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of Lights with whom there is no variation or shifting shadow.

It is of utmost importance that you know that Christ died for you. He died for all sinners so that our relationship with Him could be restored.

Because of His sacrifice on the cross we can have peace. Are you seeking more peace today? Peace of the soul can only be given through the redemptive power of Jesus Christ.

I hope that you, too, know the saving grace of an amazing God.
If you have questions about how to know more you can email me at youresewtrendy@gmail.com

2 Timothy 1:7

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