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400 pages; 6" x 8" hardcover journal
Number of Pages: 400
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2013
|Dimensions: 8.00 X 6.00 (inches)|
Availability: In Stock
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A devotional journal inviting women to embrace the spiritual journey that awaits as they prepare for the high and holy calling of motherhood.
Expecting a baby is a time of unfolding wondersfrom the jolt of first heartbeat, to the buds of tiny fingers, to the flutter of little kicks. During pregnancy, a mothers body nourishes this quiet miracles development. But through the trials of morning sickness, the anticipation of labor, and the questions of whether shell be a good mother, shell need her own nourishmentboth physical as well as spiritual. Shell want to nurture her own heart so that she may one day strengthen the spiritual life of this child entrusted to her.
Waiting in Wonder guides readers through the weeks of pregnancy with devotions designed to encourage, strengthen, and inspire. Each devotion includes Scripture and journaling space for writing personal thoughts, prayers, dreams, even love letters to the growing baby. And when baby is born, mother will hold a lifelong keepsake for rereading and reliving a truly wonder-filled time of physical change and spiritual growth.
Catherine Claire Larson has a masters degree in Biblical Studies and spent seven years writing with Chuck Colson for BreakPoint radio, Christianity Today, and Newsweek online. Today she writes amid the clatter, curiosity, and joy of two young children.
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