Monday, January 12, 2015

Blog tour: 52 Weeks to Fortify Your Family by Nicole Carpenter


About the book:
Arm your children against the fiery darts of the adversary. These small and simple daily devotionals will help them make good decisions and strengthen their testimonies. Designed to get your family studying the scriptures, this book includes a new theme for each week and new scriptures, quotes, and questions for each day so you can discuss the gospel together. Quick and easy, this book will help keep your family close to the Spirit.
  • Paperback: 112 pages
  • Publisher: Cedar Fort Publishing & Media (January 13, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 146211606X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1462116065

  • About the author: Nicole Carpenter is an advocate for strong families. She believes in focusing first on strengthening mothers so they can fortify their children. Nicole is a mentor, speaker and founder of, a blog and online community for mothers, reaching out to moms in over 7 different countries. She is the creator of the Define Your Time™ time-management e-course and the Mothers of Magnitude Academy. Nicole’s parenting column publishes regularly on and has been syndicated in several other online news sources. Nicole graduated with a B.A. degree in Public Relations from Weber State University, where she also met her husband, Marty. They reside in Syracuse, Utah and are raising four incredible children, including a set of identical twins. And — to make it all happen — she may or may not rely on Diet Dr Pepper and chocolate-covered toffee hidden in the fridge.

    My review: 52 Weeks to Fortify Your Family by Nicole Carpenter

    5 stars

    I  wish  I had this book when my kids were younger.  It is organized and starts out with real simple scriptures at first that would be easy to start the habit of reading the scriptures in the morning before getting your kids to school.  Each week has the theme for the whole week.  Some of the Themes are Kindness, Charity, Honesty, Judgment, Good works.

    They also have holiday themes in the back of the book. Love for Valentines day.

    It is a nice way to help you get the good habits of reading scriptures with your children. I am going to do it by myself and take this slower the second time reading it.

    I was given this ebook to read so that I can honestly review it and be part of 52 Weeks to Fortify Your Family blog tours.

    52 Weeks to Fortify Your Family” blog tour schedule:
    January 15: I Love the Book of Mormon • Travel Parent Eat
    January 16: Lisa is a Bookworm
    January 17: Chicken Scratch
    January 18:
    January 19: Simplistically Sassy • A Thing Called Love
    January 20: Team Hoopes • Marie Leslie
    January 21: Heidi Reads • Shambray
    January 22: Forty Eighteen • The Things I Love Most
    January 23: Bits of Everything
    January 24:
    January 25: Bite of Delight • Our Everyday
    January 26: Mel’s Shelves • Clarks Condensed
    January 27: The Author’s Hideaway • LG Williams • Family Volley
    January 28: Raising Memories • Frenchie Wraps
    January 29: Aubrey Zaruba • Cranial Hiccups
    January 30: A Book a Day • Little Light Design Collective
    January 31: Reidhead Randomness • A Lively Hope • Keep Moving Forward with MeReadalot

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