Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Parenting Tips from Parents in the Bible? Brilliant.

How many parents can you list from the Bible

If you are anything like me, you can rattle off a solid five to seven. 

If you are Lindsey Bell,  not only can you find 52 parents in the Bible, but you can also snag wisdom and truth from each. In Bell's new book, Searching for Sanity: 52 Insights from the Parents of the Bible, readers get practical parenting tips from actual parents in the Bible. Brilliant.

Here's Lindsey.

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Giveaway: Who is your favorite Biblical figure? Leave a comment to be entered to win a gift card from Lindsey for her blog tour contest!


This post is part of a Lindsey’s blog tour for Searching for Sanity, her new parenting devotional. You can read other posts in this tour by going to her blog: www.lindsey-bell.com.

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9 comments:

lisa said...

Looks great! I always loved studying Esther with youth group kids. Also, there is something about the way David is so broken and still used so fully.

Amy Sullivan said...

Lisa,
Totally agree with the David comment. Yep.

Lindsey Bell said...

Thanks so much for having me on your blog, Amy! Honored to be here:)

Lindsey Bell said...

Lisa, I love David too! He was one of my favorite Biblical figures to write about.

Jackie Tessnair said...

I would have to say Mary...love David too.

Lindsey Bell said...

Oh yes, Mary is one of my favorites too, Jackie!

Mariah Magagnotti said...

Hmm.. is it weird to say Job?

Melody said...

Ha! No, I don't think it's weird to say Job. But I have always been intrigued with Moses sister, Mariam. She was a strong female leader and the girl could dance! But then her pride the got the better of her because she was jealous of Moses so it didn't end so well from my recollection. I just want to dance in a Baptist church like Mariam. I'm pretty sure the Israelites were Baptist. That's a JOKE!!!!

Julie said...

Thanks so much for this, Lindsey! I think Job, too, Mariah. But,
Paul and Peter, too, intrigue me for different reasons...how cool that God used so many different kinds of people.

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