Spiritual Mothering: The Titus 2 Model for Women Mentoring Women

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Crossway, 1993 - Religion - 193 pages

"This is a fine treatment of a subject very close to my heart. May older women heed the call to mother the younger, and may the younger women be teachable." --Elisabeth Elliot, author and speaker

"This is a jewel of a book. By sensitively examining Paul's instructions in Titus 2, Susan Hunt calls women to powerfully affect our nation and world with the love of God--one person at a time." --Beverly LaHaye, Concerned Women for America

"Susan Hunt knows what women need. This book actually can empower women to help other women at the deepest, most important level of their being. Spiritual Mothering gives new and worthy meaning to the dishonored and 'feminist.'" --Connie Marshner, author and speaker

"In an age of irrationality and chaos, marked by terrible distortions of the family and by terrible distortions of manhood, womanhood, fathering and mothering, comes this most helpful book from Susan Hunt. Its excellence deserves focused reading and deep study." --Dr. Cortez Cooper, pastor

"This is the book to enable us to better understand the 'mothering mandate' of Titus 2. May all who read it be encouraged to open their arms to others, and in so doing, continue the 'good traditions' of godly Christian women to this generation, and generations yet to come." --Debra Evans, author and speaker

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User Review  - judyg54 - LibraryThing

This is a book that uses the scriptures and gives a lot of practical ideas for women of all ages. It is about the blessings of having a spiritual mother-daughter relationship. It encourages women of ... Read full review

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I didn't even finish this book. Enough said. Read full review

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About the author (1993)

Hunt is an active mother and grandmother, a pastor's wife, and the Women in the Church Consultant for the Presbyterian Church in America. She has a degree in Christian education from Columbia Theological Seminary.

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