My Father’s World

By Dougetta Nuneviller

389321_10151646097236346_1126714969_nAs “This is My Fathers World” plays in the background. It reminds me of all the times I’ve taken the kids out for a nature walk.  There are so many wonderful things we can learn about our Creator, from nature.

The song goes on and says “He speaks to me everywhere” .  When we go outside, we find there are so many examples of God’s goodness and His faithfulness. The truth of Scripture is right in front of us. Yes, He does speak to us everywhere from the animals to the grass itself.

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Psalm 139 Comfort for a Want-to-Be Mom

psalm139.16As we start celebrating Mother’s Day around here at Beyond Bath Time our heart goes to those want-to-be moms. I know there are many of our friends and sisters who are dealing with infertility. This following post is from a young woman who is hoping for two pink lines!

“When my husband and I first started trying for a baby, we were ecstatic. We picked out names, thought of fun announcements, started planning around certain dates- we were ready for an addition. But month after month has passed and we’re not the ones making a pregnancy announcement- everyone else is. Feelings of despair and fear set in.

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On Llamas and Baby Business

By Erin Davis

All week I’ve been writing about faith and family planning. It’s a big topic and one that cannot be adequately covered in a blog post (or even three blog posts!) but it’s an issue that has been so neatly brushed under the rug in the name of political correctness that very few seem to be discussing it. Those who do seem open to dialogue about faith’s role in family planning often have an agenda — either that all family planning is wrong or that many children is an irresponsible choice. I don’t pitch my tent in either of these camps. I simply want to know God’s desire for the size of my family and I want to be obedient to operate within His plan. Continue reading