Middays The Midday Bible Brain Buster took place recently and here is a look at our latest question. In Revelation, what bird went about saying, "Woe!, Woe!, Woe!" It was an Eagle found in Revelation 8:13 We will play the Midday Bible Brain Buster again soon! WBCL'S Homeschool Pop Quiz is taking the summer off! We will return on Monday, September 12 for the 2016 - 2017 version of the WBCL Homeschool Pop Quiz. Have a wonderful summer! Featured books on WBCL'S Book Market with Lynne Ford: June 28 - "Whatever the Cost" Written by David and Jason Benham. Published by Thomas Nelson Publishers. June 14 - "Go, Little Green Truck!" Written by Roni Schotter. Published by McMillian Publishers. March 22 - "Unafraid" - Trusting God in an Unsafe Word. Written by Susie Davis. Published by Waterbrook Publishers. March 16 - "Questioning the Bible -11 Major Challenges to the Bible's Authority" Written by Jonathan Morrow. Published by Moody Publishers. September 29 - "I Tried Until I Almost Died" From Anxiety & Frustration to Rest & Relaxation. Written by Sandra McCollom. Published by WaterBrook Press. September 15 - "The Heart of the Amish" Life Lessons on Peacemaking and the Power of Forgiveness. Written by Suzanne Woods Fisher. Published by Revelle Publishing. June 24 = "The 5 Love Languages for Men" Tools for Making a Good Relationship Great. Written by Garry Chapman. Published by Northfield Publishing. April 28 - "The Emotionally Healthy Woman - Eight Things You have to Quit to Change Your Life." Written by Geri Scazzero. Published by Zondervan. April 21 - "The Blessing Life - A Journey to Unexpected Joy." Written by Pastor Gerrit Dawson. Published by InterVarsity Press. Cindy's Money Savings Tips for March 10th. Good News, Bad News! It's Tax Time. Tax time is upon the land and here are some tax tips and reminders that just might help you. You have until Monday, April 18th to file your tax returns for this year. This is due to the Washington D.C. Emancipation Day holiday being observed on April 15th instead of April 16th. Therefore, they moved Tax Day to Monday, April 18th. If you do your own taxes online, be careful of the tax program you select. Some of them fail the security audit. If in doubt and you are not sure if the tax program you are using passes the test, check out this website. www.moneytalksnews.com/nearly-half-online-free-file-tax-services-fail-security-audit/ Remember, If you e-file you taxes you could see your refund returned in about two weeks. Also, be careful of online scams - they are running rampant this year. Things to remember are - ... the IRS never threatens you into submitting your information ... or demands immediate payment ... or requests a credit card number. ... beware of official - looking e-mails trying to confuse you at the very time you are working on your taxes. The IRS urges you not to click on these emails or any links included in the e-mails themselves. Some tax time tips and reminders to help you safely files your returns for this year. Good Luck!