The Hidden Art of Homemaking
Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., 1985 - 224 Seiten
"I would define 'hidden art' as the art found in the ordinary areas of everyday life. Each person has, I believe, some talent which is unfulfilled in some hidden area of his being -- a talent which could be expressed and developed." That is how Edith Schaeffer defines her theme in this fascinating and unusual book. The Hidden Art of Homemaking will appeal immediately to anyone who believes that the place in which we live needs to be a center of meaningful living and personal enrichment. - Back cover.
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LibraryThing ReviewNutzerbericht - alissamarie - LibraryThing
I really do like this book; it's light, but inspiring, and makes you feel like cleaning up at home, baking a loaf of bread, and inviting friends over for coffee and conversation.(Edith Schaeffer is Francis Schaeffer's wife.) Vollständige Rezension lesen
Like Liz, I read this book in 1971 when I was newly married and a new Christian. Since then I've been privileged to give copies of the books to new brides because I think we all need to see God in our everyday lives and be able to worship Him through our everyday tasks as homemakers and mothers. Vollständige Rezension lesen
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