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Welcome to my blog! I'm so happy you came to visit.

I strongly believe that our children need extra spiritual guidance in these very trying times. When I was a child, we didn't have the worries and temptations that are bombarded on our children and grandchildren today. We could actually go away without locking our houses. We never had to worry about cyber bullying, because the internet wasn't in existence. Bullying existed but was limited. Divorce was not as prevalent as it is today. We were able to be "kids" and not have the extreme worries that our children deal with on a daily basis.

Our only worry. . . .what we were going to play next!

I wrote "Illumination Station - The Big Adventure," for my Sunday School class, to teach them consequences and the importance of following God's Word daily in a fun, entertaining way.

My characters are special lightbulbs that only illuminate by following God's Word. If they wander from His Word, their light goes dim and the whole town knows by just looking at them. They have to earn their "light" back by serving the community.

Thank you for taking the time to read my blog. Please scroll down to the bottom of the page and print off the coloring pages for your child or grandchildren.

God Bless! Have a wonderful day.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Book review

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By Ursula Gorman - See all my reviews
This review is from: Illumination Station (Perfect Paperback)
The children's book "Illumination Station" by Jennifer Mauter is an endearing book about light bulbs and how following God's word help them shine brightly. This book is geared for young children to help them understand what God's plan for them is and to show them that following God's will helps their own light to shine. The use of light bulbs to show how God can make your `light shine' is creative, wonderful and a perfect way to help children relate to God's message.
Wally and Sam are two residents living in Illumination Station; they are light bulbs and best friends that share a love for God and adventure.
The love of adventure takes them away from Gods word when they make a conscious choice to go against God's, and their parents, wishes. They find themselves faced with temptation that leads them to a scary and dark place full of dimly lit and mean spirited light bulbs, and they themselves start to dim.
Realizing they have made a terrible mistake by not following God's word, they turn to prayer and beg God's forgiveness and protection. The journey that follows is to help them realize that while it isn't easy to avoid temptation, it is the right choice. Doing the right thing helps God's light shine through you and others will notice. God's light shining from Wally and Sam effects those that aren't shining brightly; it gives them the chance to share God's light and love.
"Illumination Station" does a wonderful job of explaining God's love and forgiveness in a moving and understandable story that children will love.

Reviewed by Ursula Gorman author of `Old Acquaintances' (release date late 2010/early 2011)
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