April's Featured Blog: A Look at The Book - Reading List

April's Featured Blog: A Look at The Book

Tuesday, April 01, 2014

Oh April, how I have waited for you to show up this year!  The promise of spring fulfilled it seems.  And as it is a new month, I get to share another blog with you all for the month.  This a new blog, but I've been enjoying it, and think many of you would as well.  So I hope you are able to stop by A Look at The Book and say hi this month. Who knows, you might find a new favorite to follow.


A Look at The Book

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A Look at The Book on Facebook and on pinterest

Meet the writers:

Meet the founder:

Hi! I’m Ren, the founder of A Look at The Book. I’m a stay-at-home wife and a homeschooling mom to three crazy kids! Blogging is what I do for me. While I've dabbled in several blogging adventures over the last 4 years, this is my first crack at running a contributor blog. The wonderful women helping me are a group made up of old friends, and some new ones too. I have been in awe watching God bring us together. I, literally, had NO IDEA that this was going to take off like it has, but I know for sure it wouldn't have gone anywhere without each one God brought to contribute to A Look at The Book. I am SO thankful for my team!

What the Blog is About:

A Look at The Book is a women’s Bible study blog. This was born out of two growing desires in me: The part that meets a need in us: All my other blogging outlets had themes: Mothering , Marriage, . . . but where do I put posts about verses that don’t have anything to do with those topics? The building of my spiritual character goes far beyond the verses that relate to just my jobs. Being a lover of the whole truth and the whole Word makes me who I am so that I can be a good wife and mother. The part where we meet a need in others: I've been noticing an unsettling growth in surface dwelling Christianity. We've been told that, “No one cares what you know until they know how much you care” so often, and for so long, that the pendulum has swung a bit too far in other direction. It was a good thing to make the church compassionate about those outside our 4 walls, but somewhere along the way we stopped teaching important things in hopes of not offending and not being divisive. If you can tell me what Eschatology or Hermeneutics are without googling then you will love ALATB, but the alarming number of Christians who can’t is the reason this blog exists.

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