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One of our Caffeinated Calvinists Network members, Scott@ By Grace Alone,  posted today a very good article entitled “Wise Words on Parenting/Pastoring” I am not sharing any part of his article here, I just encourage you to visit him and read what he has to say.  What do you have to say? Share your thoughts on his blog.

On the other hand, I would like to invite all the Caffeinated Calvinists ladies to join two different activities going on at my place, one is reading together the book, The Fruit of Her Hands, by Nancy Wilson; Let me tell you, I have read this book several times, and I think is one of these books that help you remember what is your calling and domain as a woman of God, it is a book I love to read at least once a year. Isn’t it  refreshing to read books that encourage us to grow more into the woman God wants  us, His daughters, to be? The other  activity  I would like to invite you to paticipate on is this: We will start (this coming Saturday)  an inductive Bible study on Philippians. Eileen Lawyer, will be guiding us through this book and I am sure we will be greatly blessed to go deeper into the Word; can you imagine 8 weeks studying Philippians? Sounds great, right? The schedule is here, and the introduction here.

Under His sun and by His grace,

Becky.

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