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What Makes a “Strong Girl Character”? Thoughts and a Podcast

By Janie | June 20, 2019

Does rejecting gender stereotypes mean there are no distinctions between strong girls and strong boys?

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Family Vacation Book List: Fun for the Whole Family

By Betsy | June 17, 2019

Going on vacation this summer? What about daily trips to the pool and back? Perhaps you have some summer evenings on the porch planned. Sounds …

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The Money-Smart Family System by Steve Economides

By Janie | June 11, 2019

“Money smarts” begin at home in this family-oriented guide to teaching wise management.

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Simple Summer Reading Challenge for Tweens and Teens

By Betsy | June 6, 2019

A simple summer reading challenge for tweens and teens AND their families.

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Summer Reading Challenge Round-Up

By Betsy | June 6, 2019

Summer Reading Challenge Round-up: our three most popular programs in one spot.

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Reading Robin McKinley

By Hayley | June 1, 2019

“I’m reading a book that’s a little slow.” I told a friend. “Why not stop reading it?” It was a fair question, but it hadn’t …

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Bible Review: NASB Children’s Edition

By Janie | May 28, 2019

This brand-new Children’s Edition of the New American Standard Bible is a must-have for NASB users.

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Announcing: The Pilgrim’s Progress Guide from Redeemed Reader!

By Janie | May 25, 2019

Order our Pilgrim’s Progress Guide for great resources to use with family, school, or church!

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The Pilgrim Travels on: Literary References to The Pilgrim’s Progress

By Janie | May 16, 2019

Few works of literature have had the cultural reach of John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress.  That’s pretty amazing—who would have thought an adventure story that …

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Shakespeare Fun and Frivolity

By Megan | May 15, 2019

Shakespeare fans who have room on their shelves and a box of freshly sharpened colored pencils will find good application for both with three fun …

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