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Comment by Ashley Hudson on December 8, 2011 at 11:06am

FREE book giveaway at  

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this book is a must have for all Christian families to strengthen their faith and conviction in our Creator.  I really enjoyed studying it.

Comment by Julie Timms on December 7, 2011 at 5:44pm

Having a prayer request day on my blog. If you need prayer please leave a request 

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Comment by Rev. Lauren on December 6, 2011 at 11:01am

If we don't want to perpetuate negative behaviors and habits in our children, then we must take on a new identity.  Please check out what I have to say about it at Throw Up & Theology.

Comment by Lori Fairchild on December 1, 2011 at 4:17pm

Come check out the great give-away of my new Christmas e-book devotional in today's blog. All you have to do is comment for a chance to win.

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Comment by Kari Hicks on December 1, 2011 at 8:59am

I am a mom to four crazy boys, and am ytrying to keep my life as simple as possible. Many days, it’s not that easy. Come follow our family’s journey…and I’ll be sure to follow you as well!

 

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Comment by Melissa Deming on November 29, 2011 at 8:56pm

I’ve never needed theology more than I do as a mother. Not even as a seminary student. Not even as a writer for a Christian publication. Not even as Bible study teacher. Motherhood requires theology more than any other job I’ve ever held. Why? Because nothing reveals my heart’s true beliefs about God like the daily routine of motherhood. Nothing reveals my inadequacies like motherhood does. Nothing reveals my need for truth and grace like motherhood does.

 

The task of a theologian is more than studying God’s Word and the history of its interpretation. A true theologian seeks to know God more intimately by applying the truths of His Word to life’s everyday moments. For mothers, that means the task of theology is to instill in our children a biblical worldview, giving them the tools to filter reality through the lens of God’s truth. If my assessment is correct, then our culture has no greater need than for mothers to enter into the world of theology.

To read four reason why I believe that to be so visit http://hiveresources.com/?p=973

 

Comment by Lisa Cash Hanson on November 29, 2011 at 5:40pm

 

I've just been asked to be a syndicated blogger ( ongoing not one time) for a major Parenting Website!!!!  I'm super excited . Details soon.

And I'll be posting in the future what I believe led to this opportunity.

 I also just created my own FB Custom design page by myself and it was  free & any mom can do it.  If your interested in that post visit my blog and vote for that to be my next post  by clicking here and casting your vote  Momprenur Mogul- what a great day!  And I took Matilda for a gorgeous walk in our Vegas Winter 72 degrees LOL .

Comment by ann pipa on November 29, 2011 at 9:20am

This is a GREAT post!  Living our faith is the best thing we can do for our family, ourselves and the world!  Instilling a  desire to learn,study and  live this faith is what it is all about! 

Comment by Melissa Deming on November 29, 2011 at 9:08am

For many women, the hustle and bustle of homes, careers, and ministries can make sitting down for a full meal with God difficult.  And if your life is anything like mine, it’s pretty tempting to get your spiritual nourishment in ‘on-the-go’ bite-sized portions or convenient, pre-cooked packages from Christian publishing houses.

 

So, if your spiritual diet consists mostly of feel-good devotional books and fluff Bible studies, then there’s a good chance you’re eating all your spiritual meals with a spoon. Maintaining a healthy spiritual diet is really hard. Like our physical bodies, our soul can become dependent on sugary, unhealthy sources of nourishment.

At the very least, a theology-less diet will ruin your dinner, rendering your fellowship with God superficial.  And at its worst, a theology-less diet will stunt your spiritual growth and development, rendering your service to God insufficient.

So, why don’t more Christian women crave a theology-rich diet? I believe there are three myths that keep women fearful of digging too deeply into God’s Word.

Check them out at http://hiveresources.com/?p=757! Join in on the discussion!

 

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