Hidden in Silence [Saturday Spotlight]

The true, heart-warming, and gripping story of a young Polish woman courageously hiding 13 Jews in her attic during WWII…

I don’t know about you, but finances can get pretty tight around here. Our outings usually mean strolling up the street on Saturday night for wonderful piping hot pizzas from our favorite pizzeria-hangout, The Red Wolf. Eating out (unless you go elegant or eat a lot) is really pretty inexpensive here. We can get 2 round pizzas, water, and wine for about $10!! And I’m talking GOOD pizza! 🙂

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Free Bible Images [Saturday Spotlight]

If you struggle to find high quality Bible-based images for your lesson or blog, your struggle is over!

Has a scarcity of good Bible-based images ever frustrated you? Then check out Free Bible Images.org. This amazing site contains over 930 sets of Bible story scenes available for free download and use. And yes, you read that right: free! As long as you agree to the terms of use for each image set and don’t use them in any way that would undermine the Christian faith and gospel.

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The Most Dangerous Ways to School [Saturday Spotlight]

A ten-part documentary service recounting the dangerous paths children in various nations undertake just for the chance of an education…

Most of us went to school as kids, and knew the way so well we could almost follow the path eyes closed! But few of us could have imagined taking the extremely long, ardous, and danger-frought paths the children in these documentaries follow.

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The Soldier Who Killed a King [Book Review]

Masterfully written, David Kitz’s retelling of the Passion through the eyes of centurion Marcus Longinus, drew me in from the start. His book, The Soldier Who Killed a King, is definitely one to put on your to-read list!

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