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The third in a series of Bible studies based on Proverbs 31, Beloved and Blessed offers tools to help you strengthen your marriage and raise your children, creating a civilization of love in your home. Applying Sacred Scripture, Church teaching, and pastoral wisdom, Kimberly Hahn helps you explore: Marital intimacy Responsible parenthood Facing the financial future withoutThe third in a series of Bible studies based on Proverbs 31, Beloved and Blessed offers tools to help you strengthen your marriage and raise your children, creating a civilization of love in your home. Applying Sacred Scripture, Church teaching, and pastoral wisdom, Kimberly Hahn helps you explore: Marital intimacy Responsible parenthood Facing the financial future without fear Strategies for disciplining and instructing children Trusting God when parenting hurts Discussion questions help you apply the material to your own life and make the book a valuable resource for small group discussion....

Title : Beloved and Blessed: Biblical Wisdom for Family Life
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ISBN : 9780867169454
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 249 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Beloved and Blessed: Biblical Wisdom for Family Life Reviews

  • Sunni
    2019-03-20 15:37

    My favorite in the series so far. Usually I do not like Any nonfiction but these books are great! She is so open and honest with us, it's like sitting and having a conversation with her.

  • Julie Machado
    2019-04-09 15:40

    This has some great, practical advice and deep spiritual truths, all written in a simple and clear way. I really identified with her mothering style and took lots of inspiration from this book.

  • Emilia P
    2019-03-24 19:41

    Yerk. I feel bad writing the only review of this and saying I didn't particularly like it. I read it for a church group I'm in and I am optimistic that it may provide some interesting discussion fodder, but overall I didn't like it. The problem is I agree with a lot of her points about keeping God in your family, respecting marital sexuality, being a loving, teaching, and sometimes strict parent, and all of that -- but it felt for one, so pasted together, and for two, so darn judgey, that it made me feel bad about myself, like I couldn't live up to her standards and like I didn't want to agree with her even on the things I basically did. But seriously, I do not want to homeschool my children so that they will get sick less often. Really? Meh.

  • ChristinaCostain
    2019-03-23 18:32

    hope to write up a review of this by the end of June. excellent!