Ordinary Work Is An Expression Of Prayer | Kimberly Hahn

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Graced and Gifted with Kimberly Hahn || Biblical Wisdom for the Homemaker’s Heart

Catholic homemaking done well creates a domestic church, where your home becomes a sacred space to live out your vocation. Kimberly Hahn is a Catholic wife and mother who provides Biblical wisdom and encouragement to the homemaker’s heart. Kimberly Hahn’s Bible Study, Graced and Gifted: Biblical Wisdom for the Homemaker’s Heart and podcast Beloved and Blessed by the St Paul Institute are incredible resources for Catholic homemakers, learning to live out the vocation of wife and mother. If you feel a little lost and need some tips or tricks for homemaking, this book is for you! If you feel like a failure who isn’t any good at the domestic stuff she has the words of encouragement and tools you need.

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