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Homeschool Reviews – Treasuring God in Our Traditions

Recently Crossway’s homeschool book reviewers looked at Treasuring God in Our Traditions by Noel Piper.

1581345089As one reviewer said, “Noel Piper’s book Treasuring God in Our Traditions has a lot of inspiration and heart to offer its readers. She reveals the layers of our traditions and gives us a goal of applying our Christian faith through these well-planned efforts that last a lifetime.”

Other comments from the reviewers:

“Noël Piper opens her home to you—more than thirty years of marriage and mothering. She invites you into the happy, imperfect Piper pattern of life (including a few family-occasion poems written by her husband, John). But, even better, she roots things in the Bible.”

Treasuring God in Our Traditions by Noel Piper is a time-honored book that helps us direct our children to delight in God through establishing family traditions.”

“This book has really opened my eyes to see how fun and encouraging it can be to train up a child to understand and desire a relationship with God.”

Their full reviews can be read by visiting the following blogs:

  1. The View from My Beach Chair
  2. Pam’s Private Reflections
  3. Being Mrs. Momma
  4. From Tiny to Teen
  5. Faith in Love
  6. Cornings at Home
  7. Reviews by Heidi
  8. Voice of the Sheep
  9. Earthling
  10. Abundant Blessings
  11. In Word
  12. Gail’s Reviews

If you would like to join Crossway’s Homeschool Book Review Program or find out more about it, feel free to e-mail Crossway at marketing[at]crossway.org.

March 31, 2009 | Posted in: Uncategorized | Author: Amy Kruis @ 4:40 am | (2) Comments »


  1. I’m a book reviewer, blogger and homeschooler. I would love the opportunity to be part of your book review program.

    Comment by Julia Reffner — May 17, 2010 @ 6:19 am

  2. hiya. i just read this post. i, too, am into Homeschool. it is my dream to write reviews for books that offers a great deal of information to the public. and it would be a pleasure to be a part of your review program.
    best regards,

    Comment by marina dolsky — June 2, 2011 @ 9:18 am

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