Mom Heart Conference

Sally Clarkson is one of my favorite authors and speakers. I think this is the third time I’ve mentioned this on my blog. Several years ago, a group of ladies met in my home as we spent two years reading and discussing Educating the Wholehearted Child. We learned so much as we read Sally’s encouraging advice to home schooling mothers. I cherish those memories.

Sally once was a speaker at the NCHE Conference, our state’s annual homeschooling conference. Not only did I attend all her sessions, but I bought all her talks on cd and listened to them, lent them to friends, and again, was encouraged. At the same conference, I picked up her then new book, The Mission of Motherhood. I enjoyed it so much, I proceeded to buy 20 copies to give to every new mommy I knew. To this day, it is my favorite mommy book. No rules. No parenting philosophies. Just encouragement.

Her newest book, Dancing With the Father, was a Christmas gift that I bought myself. When ordering Odyssey CD’s and my husband’s Bible from Family Christian Stores, I couldn’t resist slipping in this one special mommy book just for me.

So… I am thrilled that Sally will be in Durham, NC for a Mom Heart Conference March 4-5th. It’s important to be reminded that motherhood is a high calling. When I am struggling with my mission of being a mother, Sally reminds me to turn to Jesus. The more I do so and the more I pray for wisdom, the more I enjoy and cherish each moment I have with my children.

I can think of no better winter get-away than a Mom Heart Conference. You can read about it by clicking the icon below. I am going to try to attend! Let me know if you are too!

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8 Responses to “Mom Heart Conference”

  1. Cindy Says:

    Do you still have those CD’s? I’d love to borrow them. I’d love to go! Split the cost of travel with ya?

  2. Tina Says:

    Cindy, All the CD’s I donated to the HCCHS library. I think Jenny Lanier has them. Yes! Yes! Let’s go!

  3. Cindy Says:

    OK, then! I’ll email Jenny and borrow them.

    You might want to fix that last link in the post. It doesn’t go anywhere. LOL

  4. Tina Says:

    Cindy, I removed it and replaced it with her widget thingy. I am so terrible with the technical aspects of blogging. I took your advice and started playing around – trying not to be afraid to click stuff and I accidentally have this strange blogroll thing on my sidebar I can’t remove.

  5. Rebecca Says:

    I would live to go……would need to check on dates with Randy!

  6. Tina Says:

    Awesome, Rebecca! I hope it works out for you to go. I’m going to spread the word.

  7. Cindy Says:

    If you want to remove that meta data, you’ll need to put an empty widget in that sidebar so that default stuff doesn’t show up. (I think. What theme is this?) We need to get together for a quick WP class. It’ll take you all of 30 minutes to be blogging like an old pro. :0)

  8. Tina Says:

    Thanks, Cindy. Yes, I need a class!

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