If you’ve ever wanted to tear the 31st chapter of Proverbs out of your bible this book is for you.
She is a wife, mom, business owner, seamstress, she serves the needy, speaks life and wisdom, and seems to be a major overachiever, perfectionist type.
Except that…she’s not.
Come along and journey with Amy and take a look at the real woman of Proverbs 31. She isn’t as perfect as she seems. In fact, I think she is a lot like you and me.
In Pursuit of Proverbs 31, Amy Bayliss gives you a biblical view of the scriptures that are found tucked away at the end of the book of wisdom. With Southern charm and raw, real emotions she’ll tug at the core of your being. She’ll give you a new perspective and inspire you to pursue Proverbs 31; she’ll inspire you to pursue Jesus.
When I decided to get this book for review, I thought, “Now I’ll know how to do it all”. But this book shows you what is really important, putting GOD first, then everything else will fall into place. This is a great study guide that can be used over and over again. Amy tells you how to balance your Spiritual, home and work life. She puts books, chapters and verses of the Bible in here for you to study. She helps you to understand that The Proverbs 31 woman isn’t just one woman. And she helps you to understand that you don’t need to be the “perfect” Proverbs 31 Woman for GOD to be able to use you. You just need to be open and accepting of his will. I think Amy did a great job with this study. I plan to keep it downloaded and use often. Thank you, Amy.
Amy Bayliss is a sassy little Cajun woman born and raised just south of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Having experienced some of the best and worst life has to offer, Amy is determined to help others find freedom from themselves and live a fulfilled life. The Cajuns call this “joie de vivre”. She achieves this through her faith in Jesus Christ, simplifying of daily routines, and spending time with those she loves. She has a faithful community via her social media sites and her personal blog, AmyBayliss.com. She also co-founded DIYministry.org, a place that helps women to figure out this online world. Amy has been featured in Woman’s Day Magazine, Inside Out Programming, and was the feature story and cover girl for Christian Women Online Magazine in August of 2008. Amy is wife to Ryan and mom to four rambunctious boys that range in age from teen to toddler. They reside in Cajun Country where they…
Well, I had two tests yesterday. One in math and one in Computer Fundamentals. I wasn’t nervous about the math test at first, but when I logged onto the computer to start the test, I got really nervous. I thought, oh no, everything I’ve learned I just forgot. So I did the best I could and, low and behold, I made a 100%. That was a releif.
For my Computer Fundamentals test, I wasn’t to nervous. I know that I missed one, but the teacher had some extra credit questions on there that I think I got right.
All in all, I think I did pretty good for not having had to take a test for over fifteen years.
Eugene Mast has his heart set on leaving his Amish community in Indiana to teach in a Mennonite school in Iowa. But in so doing, he must part with his “dearest Naomi”, the girl he plans to marry at the end of the school term.
For nine long months, Eugene and Naomi express their love and yearning for each other through a series of treasured letters and poems they read over and over until the next letter arrives.
Words of Love
Your words are magic as can be.
They cross the world from you to me.
They bridge the distance I cannot sail.
They heal my heart and tell their tale.
This charming novel is based on the actual letters sent between popular Amish fiction author Jerry Eicher and his wife, Tina, while the couple was separated during Jerry’s tenure at a Mennonite school.
It took me a while to read this book as I didn’t get into it at first, but the more I read the more I liked it. It was written as a series of letters between Eugene and Naomi. Sometimes one would write a letter to the other and reference something that I didn’t remember reading about in a previous letter. I like that it was based on something that acutally happened and I like how Jerry portrayed the characters true feelings of lonliness for each other. I would give this book four stars. I enjoyed, but not as much as some of Jerry’s other books that I have read. Keep up the good work Jerry.
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