Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus {Review}

A while back, I was searching for something to watch on Netflix and I came across Patterns of Evidence. Since the first time I stumbled upon this documentary I have watched it quite a few times for interest and entertainment. Thus, when a review opportunity popped up for the DVD of the same, I was thrilled. While life has gotten away from me and I’m missing review deadlines, I still want you to know what an incredible experience this documentary is and how it is very worthwhile for your family. About the author/filmmaker/producer: Tim Mahoney Tim Mahoney founded Mahoney Media Group, Inc. (MMG) in 1989. Specifically, Thinking Man Films & Media was founded in 2014 as an international documentary and publishing company with a focus on education and the Bible. Tim’s first full feature documentary film, “Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus”, released in January 2015. The film took 12 years to. . .

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GrubMarket: Farm Fresh to Door Delight! {Online Grocery Review}

GrubMarket #flyby review from @CherryBlossomMJ

I’m a stay-at-home homeschooling mama of three littles and I have a confession to make. I detest going to the grocery store. Going to the store fills me with anxiety. Whether it’s the price checking, the squealing offspring, the germs that I know are getting eaten off random surfaces, or many other things… it is not something I enjoy. Now wouldn’t it be a wonderful solution if I could do that shopping online and get about a 40-50% savings on fresh food?!

Oh!!! You can!

Keep on reading for a neat opportunity dear reader… coupons, giveaways… mmm…

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Chris Tomlin Adore: Christmas Songs of Worship CD {Review}

The last couple of weeks I have been preparing myself for Christmas with my new favorite holiday CD and that is Chris Tomlin Adore, it’s a Christmas Songs of Worship CD. My review is posting much later that I had anticipated as life got in the way, but I absolutely couldn’t let this season go by without telling you how much I really have been and am still enjoying this CD. It’s funny, a day or two after I started listening, I noticed a song on the local Christian radio station was very great to sing along with and I shazam-ed it with my phone to discover that it was actually a song on the Adore CD! I was amused and delighted. I had been considering buying the individually mp3 I enjoyed it so much. Well, now after listening to the CD several times I have discovered that I truly. . .

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Galaxy Buck: Mission to Sector 9 {Movie Review}

Creative Madness Mama reviews Galaxy Buck film

Galaxy Buck: Mission to Sector 9 is a must-see for all ages, from VeggieTales creator PHIL VISCHER! Kids will enjoy Buck Denver’s latest adventure with his friends from What’s In the Bible? and parents will appreciate the humorous nods to Star Wars and Star Trek. More importantly, Phil Vischer’s gifted teaching delivers a clear message to kids and adults about God’s love and purpose for our lives. Galaxy Buck communicates important Biblical truths that will add to everyone’s faith foundation, whether a life-long Christian or a new creation in Christ.

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Pirate’s Code movie {Review}

Last night we had the privilege as a family to watch Pirate’s Code. As the movie started I got the idea that perhaps this was a sequel as there were several statements and hints to this being a follow up. It took me a while to discover that indeed there was another movie called The Adventures of Mickey Matson and the Copperhead Treasure (2012) while my DVD is Mickey Matson and the Pirate’s Code (2015). There also appears to be a third, yet unnamed movie planned according to http://www.mickeymatson.com/. In this follow up to Mickey Matson and the Copperhead Treasure, Mickey Matson is at it again; this time pitted against the evil Admiral Ironsides and his gang of pirates who are intent on destroying civilization.  They’re new invetnion, the Tesla Coil, is a weapon of mass destruction that will send an electromagnetic pulse throughout the world, destroying every electronic device. . .

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