I’m sharing some of my favorite books for Lent and ask you to share yours. And then pray I already own it so I won’t be tempted to buy it.
This post is for everyone who is afraid to read their Bible. Afraid you’re not smart enough or won’t understand it. Reading through messages and emails, I pulled out a couple of consistent concerns when it comes to reading our Bible and fear topped the list BY FAR. Who wants you afraid, God or the enemy?
Would you be surprised to know Bible Journaling is not a new? It’s actually an ancient form of Lectio Divina. Now, the monks of old didn’t use washi and stickers, but they did spend time creatively and artistically digging deeper into the Word. Find out how to practice lectio divina in your journaling.
My sweet Italian friend Madelena asked the other day on Instagram for a prayer book recommendation. Today I’m sharing a few of my favorite prayer books no matter your season in life: harried, bone tired momma who can barely find time to shower to the season in your life when you can sit, read, pray and ponder. My favorites cover all seasons of a mommas life.
In today’s Nook Notes I share one of my favorite books–if I could have keep a handful of my books kind of favorite. Let’s talk about the book Mother Love: A Manual for Christian Mothers. This book is a a prayer book, book for Mass, catechism and instruction manual for mommas all in one.
Today I’m going to share my book notes from Divine Mercy for Moms. I really enjoyed this book, especially since we are in the Year of Mercy. I especially loved how the authors gave concrete examples of how mommas can live mercifully while staying true to their vocation–it’s not either or.