#breakthrulinkup 23 – A Women’s History Month resource

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Enjoy this unique Easter resource and a special way to celebrate Women's History Month!

Welcome to #breakthrulinkup 23!

 In line with my "keepin' it real" theme from last week...

this post is a little late today because, well, life happens.

So if you're "late to the party" too, these days, then you can be confident you're in good company! At any rate, I've got two very special offers for you today.

Make sure you check back next week for more Easter resources, too! 

Yes, Easter is just around the corner, too - do you do anything special to celebrate?

Yes, even Christians can celebrate the Passover. Enjoy this guide and enjoy the feast with your family!One of the things my family has done over the years is to celebrate Passover. No, we're not Jewish, but many years ago my family started celebrating Passover as a way of exploring the roots of Christianity. It actually started out as a unit study in our home, but quickly morphed into an annual family tradition. Actually, as the kids got older, we all started looking forward to Passover more than the more-commercialized Easter holiday.

If you think your family might want to give Passover a try, I put together a PDF that you can pick up and use together this year. It includes everything you need to host your own celebration - a little background, a shopping list, recipes, and even a printable Haggadah (that's the program you and your guests will need to follow along...).

Pick up your copy here at a special "springtime rate"!

And something for the moms and girls in your life

Enjoy celebrating the Passover with your family during this Easter season...AND a beautiful and unique resource in honor of Women's History Month!

A few months ago you may have read my description of a new line of inspirational cards called The Hope Deck. You can use them to send encouraging snail-mail, tuck in a gift or package, or keep for yourself to remind you of some important truths of Scripture.

Read  #breakthrulinkup 24 - Easter activities for teens

Well, THIS month being Women's History Month, Jen has introduced a whole new line she calls Women of Influence.

Each card celebrates one of 30 special women in history with an artistically-rendered picture, short bio, and a quote of theirs. (And heads up: Jen has them on sale during March for 30% off.) I’m getting sets for my mom and mother-in-law for Mother’s Day, and for my teen daughter as we enjoy an informal study of inspirational women this month. Throughout the month I'll be sharing some of them on my Facebook group and on Instagram, so head over there from time to time to take a look! Whether or not you purchase the set, I hope you enjoy the messages...


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6 thoughts on “#breakthrulinkup 23 – A Women’s History Month resource”

  1. Thank you for hosting such a fun party each week. I think parties are the best social media strategy around!! I linked my Irish Soda Bread, St Paddy’s Collection and BBQ Beef Brisket Shepherds Pie for the Crock Pot. I hope you enjoy them. Have a happy week! #OverTheMoon #WWBlogHop #ThursdayFavoriteThings


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