The Joy Factory MagConnect Wall/Cabinet Mount for Apple iPad Air:
On their wedding day in November 1998, Gerry and Mary Robinson would never have thought they would have 10 children nine years old and younger before their 11th anniversary. Yet, that is exactly what happened. In what can only be called a miracle, their family grew in record time, and the fun that came along with it is a story for the ages. This is their story. It is a testament to how children bring joy to the family, and how God has a loving part in all of it. The stories are hilarious and the lessons life long. This is a great read for all couples, whether they be dating, engaged, or married.
Quote from Dr. Theresa Farnan:
The Joy of Children is a candid, funny, first person account of a family that lives the meaning of "Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done" and never seem to want for their "daily bread." Gerry and Mary Robinson and their beautiful family are living proof that God is never outdone in generosity. In addition to being a wonderful tribute to the joy of children, this book is filled with insights about the joy of marriage. The Robinsons' inspirational story illustrates that family life is not always easy but it can be consistently joyous when families commit themselves to complete, trustful surrender to Divine providence.
About Dr. Theresa Farnan; Theresa is the Co-Author of the Book: Where Did I Come From? Where Am I Going? How Do I Get There? and Consultant to the USCCB committee on Laity, Marriage, Family Life and Youth.
PEACE SIGN WALL HANGING ~ Very cool Peace Sign wall hanging made of 100% power-loom cotton. Measures approximately 90 x 60 inches. Can be machine washed separately on cool gentle and tumble dried. Corners have tiny loops for hanging or anchoring to ground for beach or picnic spread. The internationally recognized symbol for peace was originally designed for the British nuclear disarmament movement. It was designed and completed on 21 February 1958 by Gerald Holtom, a professional designer and artist in Britain for the April 4th march planned by the Direct Action Committee Against Nuclear War from Trafalgar Square, London to the Atomic Weapons Research Establishment at Aldermaston in England. The symbol was later adopted by the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. It was then adopted first by the 1960s anti-war movement and finally by the popular culture of our time. A unique and affordable hand crafted wall hanging or spread. Your Peace Sign tapestry can be used for:
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