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For the Love will have you laughing out loud with it's raw honesty, exhaling with relief that someone just gets it; that desire to live freely and boldly as women, wives, friends, mothers, and daughters. She encourages seeking authentic faith though big love, and speaks in a way that women in all stages of life can relate and gain wisdom. Written in essay chapters, it read like a conversation between friends. I felt more like I was having coffee with my closest confidante than reading a book, and immediately flipped back to my favorite chapters once the book was done!
Part memoir but also instructive and inspirational, this book gives readers the tools they need to face their fears.
Religion and politics have been intertwined throughout American history, and the Baptist denominations have played a pivotal role in shaping that relationship. Kidd and Hankins offer a provocative, eye-opening look at Baptist history that offers new insight into the American story and the evangelical strain in politics today.
How faith has influenced 11 presidents, from personal beliefs to politics to relationships with religious leaders.
I pray that I can be blessed enough to meet someone as wise and kind as this novel’s Miss Clara. She is a constant reminder that racing through the days and neglecting the people and responsibilities that really matter, creates a world of both inner and outer chaos. If we could all spend timepeacefully in a space like Miss Clara’s ‘war room', a sanctuary wholly devoted to the goodness of Christ, how different this world would be!
Amish widow Sarah Yoder struggles to raise her sons and develop her gift as an herbal healer-but will God heal her, too?