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Lynda Allison4 Stars Out Of 5September 22, 2003Lynda AllisonIn to love, honor, and vacuum, Sheila Wray Gregoire shares with women a direct, no-nonsense approach to managing their homes. The strength of the book lies where Gregoire places the responsibility with womens sinful thought patterns. After documenting historical precedent and identifying modern myths, Gregoire challenges women to examine past choices, identify root fears, choose Gods truth and implement pragmatic changes. In so doing, she provides women with a Biblical methodology to exchange worldly inefficiency for purposeful living.
Dena Dyer5 Stars Out Of 5August 24, 2003Dena DyerSheila Wray Gregorie has done a great job with her book. She doesn't talk down to moms as an expert--she comes alongside as a fellow struggler and gives scripturally-based, insightful commentary about the role a Christian mom and wife should play in the family. I was challenged, motivated, and encouraged by her practical ideas, her warm tone, and the real-life anecdotes she shared. As a working mom, I didn't feel that Sheila "bashed" me, but she gave helpful ideas for cutting back on time away from home and making family dinners, etc., a priority. All in all, it was a delightful read. I can't wait for her next book--it's about sex, and that chapter in "To Love, Honor, and Vacuum" was my favorite! :)
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