As part of The Schoolhouse Review Crew, I received the Apologia book Journeys of Faithfulness by Sarah Clarkson to review.
Journeys of Faithfulness – stories of life and faith for young christian women is written for ages 12 and up. I had my 16 year old daughter start this book. I say start, as she hasn’t finished it yet. These stories and devotionals are best read one, maybe two a week, to allow plenty of time for study and for them to apply it to their lives. This would also make an awesome mother – daughter study.
Journeys of Faithfulness is divided into four sections: Mary & Martha Mary, Mother of Jesus Esther Ruth
Celebrate the beauty, sacrifice, and courage that made these women the heroines they are with this collection of inspirational stories and devotions.
I love that description from the website! These women were all beautiful and courageous, who sacrificed greatly. Certainly women worthy of our study and reflection. Each section has three chapters with each chapter containing up to twenty pages. Included in each chapter is a story about a woman of the Bible, a devotional, a Bible study, and journal pages to fill out. You can view the Table of Contents and a Sample Chapter. My daughter enjoyed reading this book. Hannah, age 16 – “I liked this book. I liked her style of writing. I liked reading through a whole chapter at one time.” By reading, studying, and journaling with this book, young women will learn about these great women of the Bible. By learning about these great women of the Bible, the girls will learn that God has a great plan for their lives, too. Journeys of Faithfulness sells for $13 on the Apologia website. *Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book to review in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. My opinions are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”