New Devotional Book from Reader Hill

Make Your Own Application- Book 1Exciting stuff for us! This weekend our publishing company, Reader Hill, is releasing the first book of a new devotional series, Make Your Own Application, by pastor and blogger Michael Newnham​.

In Book 1- CATS, KIDS, and CHRIST– you will discover the spiritual lessons to be found in the most ordinary events in life, from parenting to caring for a sick cat, from sharing your faith to facing the loss of a job. Experience this very different devotional and, of course, make your own application…

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0176Y6O2U

Buy it today from Amazon, if you are interested. ($9.95 for trade Paperback or $4.99 for E-book)

Thanks for reading, everyone.

 

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IMG_2552Hi Everyone,

Today is Father’s Day 2015 and this is fitting that this blog is being birthed today with myself(Amy) and my husband(Eric) as co-writers.

Let me introduce myself. I am a full time wife and mother and teacher. I am married to a wonderful father/writer/publisher/business man/all-around-hero, Eric. We have two sons, ages 6 and 2. I teach 6th grade Language Arts/ Social Studies at a public middle school about 40 minutes away. When I am on summer break, like now, I enjoy spending time with my hubby and boys, catching up with friends on FB and a new interest, cooking. This may throw some readers for a loop since the title of this blog is Fast Food Family. Well rest-at-ease, yes during the school year we eat out but that is what I am desperately trying to change since, in addition to my crazy world, I am a member of Weight Watchers and most likely will be a member forever, since eating and weight are a struggle for me.

So if you are a family that has a crazy-but-full life like mine, please feel free to flow this blog. It is my hope and prayer that, together,  this will become a community of people far and wide that will support and encourage each other on life’s journey. After all: united we stand, divided we fall.

Next blog will be about how to potty train a resistant 2 year old without losing your mind. Any suggestions???