Tag Archives: Non-fiction

Courage for Caregivers: Sustenance for the Journey in Company with Henri J. M. Nouwen

The substance and content are supremely Christian, reminding caregivers and care receivers of their innate value in Christ and of the value of this particular stage of their lives.

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The ABIDE Bible Journals: Genesis

If just Genesis is this good, I can’t wait to delve into many more Bible books using this refreshing prompt tool.

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A Confident Mom

Consisting of short, easy-to-take-in chapters, this book encourages moms in simple ways to give their child what they need most. The author really wants to help women set aside whatever pressures they may feel about all they “should” do, and to see which things are most important. So she includes chapters on how what kids need most includes knowing the BIble is more than a story; that they are worth listening to; that they need to be forgiven and equipped and disciplined, and more.

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For the Body: Recovering A Theology of Gender, Sexuality, and the Human Body

The author makes an unbreakable case for why having a theology of the body is a necessity for any Christian. To further that case, he gives seven steps to forming your own theology. He not only illustrates a fundamental problem in society, but also gives introduction for those willing to develop their own biblically grounded theology of the body.

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