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KJV Homeschool Mom's Bible

This hardcover Bible offers 365 encouraging devotions for moms who educate their children at home. It offers heartfelt inspiration to revive, encourage and strengthen you as you juggle the needs of building a home and caring for your family while striving to instill your faith and values in your children. With a full year?s worth of insightful and empowering devotions written by a homeschooler for homeschoolers, this King James Bible will warm your heart and restore your soul.

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