Have married Christian women been sold a bill of goods?
Is it so that a career is always more fulfilling than motherhood? Can a woman realize her full potential only by leaving home and getting a job? Is it true that there is no biblical pattern for women's roles? Sadly enough, these and other thinly disguised feminist notions are now the prevailing views accepted by the church.
But a new movement is stirring.
More and more women are finding their way back to the reality of a biblical understanding of Christian wives and mothers have turned their backs on "planned barrenhood," the "me" marriage, "no-fault" child-rearing, careerism—and a host of other unbiblical, unchristian alternatives. They have made a conscious decision to return to the biblical pattern of womanhood.
Mary Pride's book is a source of inspiration and encouragement for every married Christian woman who wants to discover the biblical freedom intended for her life. By establishing the proper relationship of a woman to God, to her husband, and to her children, The Way Home is nothing less than a declaration of independence.
This is not just a book. It is the beginning of something new and exciting for today's woman.
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