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Come celebrate the launch of HiveResources.com - a website that helps women sweeten their Christian walk through devotional articles, book reviews, and giveaways. Resources are grouped in small clusters called hives and provide insight on subjects such as womanhood, parenting, marriage, Bible study, theology, missions, spiritual development, and more!

 


 

 

And mom’s, your kids aren’t the only ones you’ll be sending back to school this year, because our first resource hive is all about you! The Hive Resources: Back to School Edition will give you tools you need to refocus your ministry as a mother. Here’s a preview of what this hive will offer:

 

 

The Back to Skool edition includes guest articles by bloggers and moms Casey Chappell (photographer & foster mom) and Heather Moore (author & pastor’s wife).

We also have some amazing resources to share with you – some new and some tried and true – all of which will inspire you in your call to motherhood. Plus, don’t miss our Q&A with children’s book author and mom, Kelly Davis Shrout.

So, after you drop the kids off at school, grab a seat in the Hive Resources homeroom for our first resource hive. Subscribe today so you won’t miss out! See you Sept. 5!

 

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