Soul Food for Mums Paperback
An ideal devotional for every baby's 1st year
by Lucinda van der Hart and Anna France-Williams;
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Soul Food for Mums
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Soul Food will nourish you through your baby's first year, offering inspirational and practical ideas for applying God's word and incorporating prayer into your daily life. It won't make you feel guilty about the time or energy you simply don't have.
With honesty and humour, the authors draw upon their own, and others', experiences of motherhood. The result is both delightful and unusual.
Succinct, accessible, weekly biblical reflections. A lifeline for every mother with a new baby.
Soul Food for Mums by Lucinda van der Hart and Anna France-Williams was published by IVP in June 2011 and is our 1201st best seller. The ISBN for Soul Food for Mums is 9781844745210.
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'Can be nibbled at or devoured for spiritual nourishment…A lovely book.' - Amy Boucher Pye, writer and columnist
'Will connect you in new ways with God's heart.' - Sammy Greig, 24-7 Prayer
'Full of common sense, short meditations and practical suggestions.' - Mary Pytches, author and speaker
'…will help mothers hold on to the Lord, glimpse the wonder of life and keep growing as Christian disciples.' - Amy Orr-Ewing, UK Director for RZIM Europe, in her foreword
'A most excellent and valuable addition to the bedside table of any expectant or new mother.' - Sarah Wynter, Deputy Editor of Youthwork Magazine
Details for Soul Food for Mums
|Page last updated||21st October 2015|
|Author / Artist||Lucinda van der Hart and Anna France-Williams|
|Publisher||IVP (June 2011)|
|Number of Pages||232|