Why does the Bible talk about different books that are not in the Bible

As part of our Ask Victoria series, here is a very good question from one of our readers! Question: Why does the Bible talk about different books that are not

Marpe Offering FREE Immune Building Nature Kit

Marpe – Where Wellness Comes Naturally A land of wheat, and barley, and vines, and fig trees, and pomegranates; a land of oil olive, and honey; (Deuteronomy 8:8 KJV). Doesn’t

Israel – ישראל  – Yiśrāʾēl – Triumphant with God, who prevails with God.

Israel  /  ישראל  – Yiśrāʾēl meaning – Triumphant with God, who prevails with God. In our first issue of Kaleidoscope we featured the Hebrew word for Genesis—Bereshith—a fitting introduction to

The 8-Lights of Chanukah and the Conception of Messiah

More than twenty-one centuries ago, the Holy Land was ruled by the Seleucids (Syrian-Greeks), who sought to forcefully Hellenize the people of Israel. Against all odds, a small band of faithful Jews defeated

All Things New

Our theme this month is All Things New—a new season, new harvest, even a new president. All of this change represents newness of life—so aptly described in God’s Word. Therefore

The first book signing of “Just a Little Girl” this weekend was a huge success!  We sold all of the books we brought with us!  Thank you to everyone for

Join our Thunderclap to support Just a Little Girl Book Release!

Join our Thunderclap and send a BIG message of support for Victoria Sarvadi’s new book release Just a Little Girl! What is ‘Thunderclap’? Thunderclap is a campaign tool that allows you

Victoria Sarvadi’s Just a Little Girl memoir will be available for purchase tomorrow, September 13th! Here’s a video from Victoria with instructions on how you can help with the launch,

Ask Victoria – Kaleidoscope September 2016

Your memoir is a compelling story of an amazing life…what do you want readers to take away from having read it? I guess the bottom line would be that readers

As a child, I enjoyed peering through my kaleidoscope at the colorful fragments of glass as they shifted and formed beautiful mosaics with the subtle turn of the lens. What