Housewife Theologian

Mrs. Aimee Byrd was our guest as we discussed her book Housewife Theologian: How the Gospel Interrupts the Ordinary.  This was a very informative and thought provoking broadcast.

About the Book:

This book is for women—for all women who want to explore beneath the superficial and get to know God, and themselves, better.

While striving to find meaning amid the mundane and ordinary, many women find themselves swallowed up by culture’s expectations, trying to escape the labels that trap and define them. But Aimee Byrd is determined to reclaim terms like housewife, which have divided many women, to unite them instead in their common calling.

What is this calling, and how can women rise above what the world offers? By taking back another term—theologian—and knowing God intimately. Aimee will help you evaluate your Christian life and see your world from a different perspective. (Source: Amazon)

About the Author:

I’ve been married to my husband, Matt, for 16 years. We can often be found at a softball field, baseball field, or volleyball court cheering our three active children on. We are members of Pilgrim Presbyterian church (PCA). I am a women’s Bible study teacher there… ooh, and I’m the crazy librarian who is always stalking down members (and unassuming visitors) with the perfect date, I mean, book for them. I like my coffee strong, my rollerblades fast, and my chocolate dark. I’m a porch sitter and an exceptional barista. And I love to get women talking about theology.

Visit Aimee’s blog: housewifetheologian.com

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One Response to “Housewife Theologian”

  1. Virginia Canuto says:

    Hi, Mr Hill
    I would like to know if there is any issue of the House Wife Theologian for free yet!
    Thanks a lot!

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