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From A Mother S Heart

Author : Jalaja Narayanan
ISBN : 0970654103
Genre : Autism
File Size : 25.65 MB
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Category: Autism

Reflections From A Mother S Heart

Author : Jack Countryman
ISBN : 9780529124272
Genre : Religion
File Size : 51.91 MB
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What better gift is there than for Mom to share her life’s story, straight from the heart? Children young or grown will truly love receiving this treasure for a lifetime as they read stories about their mother’s life experiences. Reflections from a Mother’s Heart is a beautiful place to record special memories that includes guided questions prompting thoughts about family history, childhood highlights, lighthearted incidents, cherished traditions, and spiritual lessons learned. The completed journal provides a priceless, beloved gift that will be cherished for generation after generation.
Category: Religion

Meditations From A Mother S Heart

Author : Pamela Kennedy
ISBN : 0570052300
Genre : Religion
File Size : 78.30 MB
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These 69 devotions feature mothers of the Bible and the ageless truths they teach through their lives.
Category: Religion

Idols Of A Mother S Heart

Author : Christina Fox
ISBN : 1527102335
Genre :
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Even good things can become idols if we give them central importance in our lives. Having children changes everything, and as mothers, we risk looking for life, purpose and meaning in motherhood. While being a mother brings its unique set of challenges, these years of raising children and helping them grow in the nurture and admonition of the Lord provide an opportunity to grow in our own Christlikeness as well. Writing from her own personal experience as a mom, Christina Fox encourages mothers to prayerfully and thoughtfully examine their own hearts, and to let God use motherhood as a means of sanctification. Split into three sections, the first chapter looks at the meaning motherhood; chapters 2-4 are about idolatry; chapters 5-9 focus on a few different idols that mothers might worship (not an exhaustive list, but a common few); and the final chapters are about facing idols, dethroning them, and turning our heart back to the One true God. Chapter titles include: Part I 1. The Sanctifying Work of Motherhood 2. Made for Worship 3. What is Idolatry? 4. Identifying Idols in Our Lives Part II 5. The Idol of Children 6. The Idol of Achievement and Success 7. The Idol of Comfort 8. The Idol of Control 9. The Idol of Approval Part III 10. Turning from Our Idols 11. Turning to Christ

A Mothers Heart

Author : Joan Judson
ISBN : 9781456733674
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 47.2 MB
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This book you hold in your hand may be small in size but the story it tells is huge! The message... Trust God's Grace... He does not do miracles half way! This is a true story... written from the heart... without benefit of accomplished writer's skills. There are no long descriptive pages meant to build can do that all on its own. How many of us live our lives routinely...going along day after day... assuming things will always go as we plan? This mother found the peaceful, normal life she so treasured, turned upside down in a split second. How she coped (or didn't cope) is chronicled in these pages.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

A Mother S Heart

Author : Jean Fleming
ISBN : 0891099441
Genre : Religion
File Size : 83.31 MB
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This devotional journal combines text from The Message//REMIX: Solo with journaling space that encourages students to use lectio divina, or “divine reading,” an ancient approach to exploring Scripture. One page contains a unique reading and the other has space to write down your thoughts, impressions, and questions. Two attractive color combinations to choose from make this an ideal gift for students.
Category: Religion

From A Mother S Heart To Her Son

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ISBN : 0785214313
Genre : Religion
File Size : 82.13 MB
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This handsome book shares life's lessons and experiences from a mother to her son. A meditation photo essay, it includes related scriptures and quotes that communicate love, appreciation, encouragement, and wisdom.
Category: Religion

Chocolate For A Mother S Heart

Author : Kay Allenbaugh
ISBN : 9780684848358
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 44.95 MB
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Moms Love Chocolate, Too! Mothers do it all -- they teach, listen, guide, and protect. They shelter us from life's unexpected storms, nurture us into adulthood, and know just when to push us from the nest. Now the creator of the bestselling Chocolate series offers up a rich, soulful celebration of motherhood, one that any woman -- mother, daughter, sister, or best friend -- will love. Here are more true stories that capture the essence of what it means to be a woman and that honor the unforgettable experience of mothering, from the heartwarming and hilarious to the bittersweet: a mother sending her child off to school, or down the aisle...a mother who knows just what to say and when to say it -- or keep it to herself...a stand-in mom who passes for the "real thing" with flying colors...a mother whose intuition never fails....You're sure to recognize yourself -- or your own mom -- in the pages of Chocolate for a Mother's Heart.
Category: Self-Help

Reflections From A Mother S Heart

Author : Gladys Marie Curran Kehr
ISBN : 9781426993411
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Bereaved Mother S Heart

Author : Carla Van Laar
ISBN : 1920945113
Genre : Bereavement
File Size : 57.17 MB
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This deeply moving, but ultimately uplifting picture book follows the psychological and emotional journey of Carla van Laar after the death of her three-year-old son, Vaughn. In the form of a visual and written journal, Carla's exploration of her own grief is saturated with honesty, and a depth of feeling that will generate new understandings of maternal bereavement. The book includes reflective notes that provide practical suggestions for using the book in classrooms, workshops and groups to create soulful conversations and activities about trauma and loss. "The journey I have documented is one of personal grief, creativity and transformation. The story of transforming loss, however, is relevant not only to bereaved mothers, but to people learning to live with other life-changing losses and trauma. I encourage you, the reader, to engage with the images, text and reflective notes in this book - guided by your own creativity, courage and compassion."
Category: Bereavement