No Ordinary Home

OH WAIT – we finished this!  Ok, so here’s the deal, my dears….I loved having the discussion that we did over this book.  So….

What next?  What book should we tackle next??  I’m open to suggestions….

Should we plan on starting this on the first OR with the January challenge, should we wait until February to start our next book?  What serves you best?

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4 Responses to “No Ordinary Home”
  1. Here are a couple from my wishlist at Amazon. They all look good, but I have not read any of them so if anyone has I’d love to hear what you think. And I’m not sure how suited any of these are to discussion so I’m just throwing them out there:)

    For Better or for Best, by Gary and Norma Smalley
    This book outlines steps wives can take for better marriages, shows emotional and motivational differences between sexes, and offers practical how-to advice.

    Building Her House
    by Nancy Wilson
    For fourteen years, Nancy Wilson has been giving practical advice to Christian women in her “Femina” column in Credenda/Agenda. Now she has collected twenty-six of these columns into one convenient volume, addressing a wide array of topics, including feasting as a family, enjoying stories, dealing with in-laws, raising boys and girls, watching chick flicks, and many more. Written in an understanding, conversational style, these essays provide a wealth of down-to-earth wisdom for every Christian woman.

    Hospitality Clues for the Clueless: God’s Word in Your World byElwood Smith
    How can Christians make their homes warm, friendly, and comforting places to welcome guests, places where they can effectively share the Gospel? Find out here!

    The Joy of Hospitality: Recovering a Lost Art by Dee Bresin
    Dee Brestin knows women wish to make their homes a haven from the storms of life, whether that home is a dorm room, an apartment, or a mansion. This guide will help them to do that for their own families, their extended family, their friends, and those in their path who are in spiritual, emotional, or physical need.

    Girl Talk: Mother-Daughter Conversations on Biblical Womanhood by Carolyn Mahaney
    Mothers and daughters have a lot to talk about. That’s how God designed it. A mother is her daughter’s first role model, teacher, and friend, and she carries the responsibility of passing on to her daughter a legacy of biblical womanhood.

    Join mother-daughter team Carolyn Mahaney and Nicole Whitacre as they give you insights and suggestions on how to talk—really talk—to each other about what it means to become a godly woman. Tips and study questions make it easy for moms and their pre-teen and teenage daughters to read, share, discuss, and grow

  2. Jen says:

    I’m gonna have to take a break for the first part of the New Year. 🙂

    My one main suggestion/thought about the NOH book discussion was that maybe next time it would be beneficial to discuss selected chapters rather than a whole book, depending I guess on the length and interest. It was difficult for me to keep motivated towards the end.

    I’m going to once again throw out Attitudes of a Transformed Heart by Martha Peace. 😉

    I thoroughly enjoyed this and will look forward to hopping back on board when my world stops spinning so quickly. 😉

  3. Susan says:

    Oh I have not doen this before and not sure I can, but the hospitality book sounds great or the mother/daughter one, as I have three daughters, with the oldest being 9.
    Susan

  4. javadawn says:

    Jen, thanks for the suggestions. ALTHOUGH, I don’t get your attitude. I can’t figure out what you’ve got going on at the beginning of the year that is going to keep you so busy. Zheesh. 😉

    Susan, we’d LOVE to have you join us. It was fun knowing that the other women were reading it too – and would have input if I felt lost. It was just fun. 🙂

    I have Girltalk, I think. (I know I bought it, I can’t remember if I kept it or gave it away. I read it…I do remember that.) I’ll go back through that…and Jen, your book, Martha Peace’s book? I’ll see if I can find a copy of that one too. It sounds BRUTAL, I might add. 🙂

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