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Discovering God in Diapers and Dishes:…

Discovering God in Diapers and Dishes: Finding His Presence in the Midst…

by Kendra Bueckert

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A beautiful scrapbook style book that seeks to encourage moms with young children, especially to know they are not alone and that God loves them.
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Challenging . . . Profound . . . Bewildering . . . These moments can make up every day for mothers. The author, who is a mother with young children herself, shares her own moments of stress peace, joy, and turmoil. She has found hope and life in pursuing Jes

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