Graced and Gifted: Biblical Wisdom for the Homemaker's Heart

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The second in a series of Bible studies based on Proverbs 31, Graced and Gifted offers tools to help you create a home that will be a place of beauty and peace where the needs of your loved ones are met. Applying Sacred Scripture, Church teaching and pastoral wisdom, Kimberly Hahn helps you explore:
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Overview

The second in a series of Bible studies based on Proverbs 31, Graced and Gifted offers tools to help you create a home that will be a place of beauty and peace where the needs of your loved ones are met. Applying Sacred Scripture, Church teaching and pastoral wisdom, Kimberly Hahn helps you explore:
  • Time management
  • The art of homemaking, from creating a pleasant environment to clutter management
  • Food preparation; making meals a time of communion
  • Cultivating a garden
  • The importance of housework
Graced and Gifted also includes chapters on each of the sacraments as they relate to the tasks of homemaking. Discussion questions help you apply the material to your own life and make the book a valuable resource for small group discussion. Graced and Gifted is also available on DVDs featuring a lively presentation of the material by the author
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780867168914
  • Publisher: Saint Anthony Messenger Press & Franciscan Communications
  • Publication date: 8/1/2008
  • Pages: 242
  • Sales rank: 642,181
  • Product dimensions: 5.10 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

KIMBERLY HAHN is the author of Chosen and Cherished: Biblical Wisdom for Your Marriage; Life-Giving Love: Embracing God's Beautiful Design for Marriage and coauthor, with her husband, Scott Hahn, of Rome Sweet Home: Our Journey to Catholicism. She is the mother of six children and is a frequent conference speaker on topics related to marriage and family life.
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  • Posted January 6, 2009

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    Bible Study on Marriage and Family

    Graced and Gifted, subtitled Biblical Wisdom for the Homemaker's Heart, is based on Proverbs 31. It is the second segment of Life-Nurturing Love, a series of 24 Bible studies on marriage and family life. Graced and Gifted is presented in six parts, each with two chapters on a homemaking topic followed by a brief reflection on one of the sacraments. <BR/><BR/>In Chapter 10 Hahn points out that housework is God's work and that the Proverbs 31 woman provides structure for her own tasks and those of her household. In short, she brings order to her home. Hahn sites numerous Old Testament references to people assigned to "keep" certain areas, such as tabernacles, prisons, and the harem. The Lord calls each of us to be house keepers, Hahn writes. "We are watchful of those who enter, protective of those within and aware that we are stewards of our home." Further topics include homemaking in imitation of God, menial/meaningful work, and an amusing riff on why moms always get the trash. She reveals that to be true in her own family then tells of a Nigerian village whose phrase for "mother" can be translated as "woman who cleans dirt." She then shares her own seven-step process for making a house a home and three techniques for "maintaining the space." <BR/><BR/>Across chapters, Hahn offers practical advice for dealing with children¿s emotional and intellectual concerns. One of her boys, aged six, said that he prayed daily that he wouldn¿t go to hell. She explained that, through Baptism, he is God's child, and God wants him to waken each day "thankful you are God's son, eager to please him." <BR/><BR/>Back matter consists of a bibliography; notes; and four appendixes: questions for intergenerational women's study groups, key questions for buying a home, making a house a home, and outlines for the video version.

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