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Woman of the House: A Mother's Role in Building a Christian Culture

By Andrea G. Schwartz
November 07, 2016

In true Titus 2 fashion, Andrea Schwartz challenges women to reexamine several fundamental aspects of motherhood in light of Scripture. Beginning with a consideration of God's character and concluding with an invigorating charge to faithfulness, Andrea connects the dots between God's reality and a mother's duty. She draws from the lessons she's learned as a mother of three to encourage younger women to be prudent, to love their children, and to embrace the sanctifying work of the Spirit in their families.

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Topics: Culture , Dominion, Education, Family & Marriage, Media / Arts

Andrea G. Schwartz

Andrea Schwartz has been active as a home educator since 1983, successfully educating her three children through high school. She has authored eight books, writes the Kingdom-Driven Family blog, and oversees the Chalcedon Teacher Training Institute, a mentoring/study program for Christian women. She is available for consultations, speaking engagements, and promoting Christian education.

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