Middays

 

11:00am to 2:00pm
 
 
 

The Midday Bible Brain Buster took place and here is our latest question  -
 
Fill in the blank: John the Baptist said, "Every tree which does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the Fire. 

Found in Matthew 3:10
 
Congratulations to Shawn of Marion for having the correct answer to today's Midday Bible Brain Buster!
 
 
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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. 
 
A
 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    

Courtesy of  

                        
 
 
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Featured books on WBCL'S Book Market with Lynne Ford:
 
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.

March 24 - "Growing Up Social - Raising relational kids in a screen-driven world." Written by Gary Chapman and Arlene Pellicane. Published by Northfield Publishing.

March 12 - "Duck Commander, Devotional for Kids." Written by Korie Robertson & Chrys Howard. Published by Tommy Nelson, a Division of Thomas Nelson Publishers.

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).
 
 
 
 
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Cindy's Money Savings Tips for May 12th. Time to get Planting! 
 
Spring is finally here and so is time to plant that garden.
 
This can be a family friendly event for you and your kids.
 
For a small investment in time and finance's, you can reduce your grocery bill by a lot!
 
A few seeds and or live garden plants can produce enough vegetables for feeding  your family and maybe even help out a neighbor or two as well along the way! 
 
Besides with helping to reduce the grocery bill, it also provides some great exercise instead of sitting in front of the TV. It is also a great teaching tool to teach your kids about nature and healthy living.
 
Remember, a little time working in the garden can and will supply not only things to eat, it will also provide family bonding and time together.
 
Happy gardening!