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Welcome to Butter and Honey! 

“Butter and honey shall he eat, that he may know to refuse the evil, and choose the good.”—Isaiah 7:15 Most parents truly wish to give their children what is good, but in this world of modern Christianity where everything is portrayed as good, given rave reviews and promoted as such, how can a parent determine what is truly “butter and honey” for their children, and what is not? There is only one way, and that is to compare it to God’s Word, which we try our best to do for you here!

 

Recent Additions

  • How Do We Pick?

    What does it mean when we say that we, at Keepers of the Faith, proofread the books that we carry, except for certain reference books? Does it simply mean that we read what we stock? Yes, but it means much more than that. It means that we try to avoid carrying any books that are …

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  • An Influence That Lasts

    The year 2008 rolled around—the year was marked and noted by thousands of people around the world.  In the country of Canada, one area remained spotlighted: the beautiful island of Prince Edward.  And it was to this island that many people were flocking to celebrate the 100th anniversary of one of the world’s most timeless …

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  • Gentle House

    by Anna Perrott Rose

    My friend, who is a missionary in Romania, called me to ask if I could find this book, The Gentle House, and send it to her.  She spoke of it in glowing terms saying that this is what they were doing.  So I found a copy on Amazon, ordered a couple …

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  • In Grandma’s Attic and Treasures From Grandma

    “What do you think of the Grandma’s Attic Series?” This is a frequently asked question. Since it has been many years since we have looked at a book from this series, and we could not trust our memories to recall specifics with regard to their merit, we reread a couple of these books to refamiliarize …

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  • Are Bible Storybooks Good for Children?

    We have been speaking about things which can really disrupt our young children’s budding faith at the earliest and most important point—their most formative years.  Things that blur the line between a holy, separate, sovereign, almighty God and the mundane, trite ideas and pastimes of our pleasures distort the idea that God gives of Himself …

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