Thursday, June 14, 2012

Beyond Bath Time: A Giveaway

Ok, last review and giveaway today! Up today is Beyond Bath Time: Embracing Motherhood as a Sacred Role by Erin Davis.

Confession: I have not finished this book so I cannot do justice to sharing about this book - please keep that in mind as you read my thoughts. I've struggled to get into this one - though Erin's voice is upbeat and easy to connect with. I don't relate with where she came from - not wanting children to be able to be more involved in ministry - I've always wanted to be a wife and mom!

With that said, obviously she does have children now and has had a major heart change in the process which I think will be a blessing to lots of moms who are hearing our culture say that how we want to spend our days is more important that filling our days with diapers, laundry and messes.

Perhaps you or someone you know is wrestling with questions such as these and would be blessed with Erin's perspective?!

Please leave a comment on this post by Saturday, June 16 at 10pm EST to be entered into a drawing to win a copy of this book.

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book to review and share about it here. All opinions are my own.


Lisa @ Simply Things Family said...

When my husband and I first married, we decided not to have children. Now we have 3 and wouldn't want it any other way! The book sounds interesting. Thanks!

Shiloh said...

Sounds like a very interesting read!

Anonymous said...

i don't want to enter the giveaway. just wanted to stop by and say thank you for responding to my homeschool questions, you've made things seem a lot less scary for me.


Sarah said...

This sounds like an interesting book; I'd love to read it!

Anonymous said...

I read the reviews about this book on Amazon. The message of making motherhood your ministry sounds like a good one. I would like to read it.

erinb1 at aol dot com

*carrie* said...

Oh, I want to read this! Carrie at Reading to Know reviewed it recently, also.

Sally said...

I had not heard of Beyond Bath Time before but it sounds like an interesting perspective. I did not want to embrace the idea of motherhood until I found the right man and really got settled into the relationship. I was not the kind of young woman who thought it was going to be my major goal but now motherhood is my mission and life.

Shelby said...

Sounds wonderful:)

heicoc said...

Sounds like a great book!