11:00am to 2:00pm
All next week (March 2 - 6) on Midday you could win a pair of tickets to see Chonda Pierce!
She will be at Only Believe Ministries in Botkins Ohio Saturday, March 28th!
Check out the following link for details http://www.wbcl.org/event/chonda-pierce-concert


Winter Emergency Survival Kit
Thermal blanket
A flashlight with fully charged batteries OR an LED flashlight powered by hand-cranking
A five-pound bag of cat litter to spread under your tires if you get stuck in snow or ice
A small shovel
Jumper cables
Extra gloves
A warm hat
An extra flannel sweatshirt with hood
Several packs of chemical hand-warmers
Candy or granola bars
Bottled water
Items to keep with you in case of an emergency when traveling during these cold winter months!


The Midday Bible Brain Buster takes place today around 12:40 and here is our latest question  -
What was the first thing Noah built when he came out of the ark?
Was it a house (tent) or an alter?
Up for grabs a Group 1 Crew Cd and a $10 dollar gift card to Arbys.
Good Luck!
WBCL'S 2014 - 2015 Homeschool Pop Quiz takes place each Monday and Wednesday around 12:40!
If you are a homeschooler grades 3 - 6 you can participate (only once through the calendar year).
Whether you stump me or not you will be entered into a drawing on Monday June 8th around 12:40pm. 
 chance to win 1 Supreme Air Package at the Skyzone Indoor Trampoline Park in Fort Wayne which includes the following:
Up to 20 Jumpers
1 hour Private Court Jump Time or Main Court Access
4 Mancino's XL Pizzas
Unlimited Soda & Water
Hershey's Ice Cream Cake
Jumpers can also rotate to Foam Zone & Sky Slam as part of this package    

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 Dates the WBCL Homeschool Pop Quiz will not be played:
(All dates subject to change)
March 30
April 1
May 25 & 27
Featured books on WBCL'S Book Market with Lynne Ford:
January 20 - "Spiritually Strong" - The Ultimate 6-week guide to building your body and soul. By Kristen Feola. Published by Zondervan.

January 15 - "Colliding with Destiny" - Finding Hope in the Legacy of Ruth. By Sarah Jakes. Published by Bethany House.

August 14 - A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23 by W. Phillip Keller. Published by Zondervan.com

July 17 - One Bible, Many Versions by Dave Brunn. Published by Intervarsity.

June 10 - "Majestic and Wild" True stories of Faith and Adventure in the Great Outdoors by Murray Pura. Published by Baker Books.
May 29 - "God is Able" by Priscilla Shire. Published by B & H Books

April 24 - "Opening the Door to Your God-Sized Dream." (40 Days of Encouragement for Your Heart) by Holley Gerth,  Published by (Revell).
April 10 - "Life Stinks...And Then You Die" - Living Well in a Sick World by Bob Hostetler - (Leafwood Publishers)

March 25 - "Waiting in Wonder" (Growing in Faith While You're Expecting) A Devotional Journal by Catherine Claire Larson - (Thomas Nelson)
March 20 - "You'll Get Through This" (Hope and Help for Your Turbulent Times) by Max Lucado - (Thomas Nelson)

February 25 - "The Daniel Plan "40 Days to a Healthier Life"  by Rick Warren and by Dr's. Daniel Amen and Mark Hyman -  (Zondervan)
February 11 - "52 Things Daughters Need from Their Dads" by Jay Payleitner - (Harvest House).

Cindy's Money Savings Tips for August 5. Back to School Savings Tips!

Ready or not it's Back to School time! We talk about this only once a year, but it seems to come around faster and faster so, here are some tips and helpful reminders to help you save money with it comes to  school shopping! 

1) Take an inventory of what clothes still fit you child. Remember, it is probably going to be warm out for a while so depending on the dress code at your school, you may want to wait to buy long pants until it starts getting cooler out. This helps the expenses now and protects you from that surprise growth spurt children tend to have.

2)  Find someone that you can swap, sell or buy clothes.  Look around at church for someone that has a child either a little smaller or larger than yours and see if you can work something out.  Those arrangements can work out great for both parties.
3) Take and inventory of the clothes you can use and live by the list.  
4) Wait for the September clearance sales for some items.  Book bags and lunch bags are usually put on clearance after the back-to-school rush is over.
5) Get the school list and compare ads at various stores.  A lot of stores price match, so take the ads with you when you go. 
6) You may want to stock up on sale items like lined paper, copy paper, folders, pencils, etc.  You’ll need more of those throughout the year and they probably won’t be on sale then. 
7)If you are a grandparent –take your grandchildren to pick out a new outfit or drop some money in the mail so they can pick out a new school outfit or book bag. 

8) Finally, start now so you can enjoy the last few remaining days of summer.
Hope this helps!  Have a GREAT rest of you summer and happy shopping!