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Self-Help
Author: Ronda Rich
ISBN: 0310291798
Subcategory: Relationships
Pages 224 pages
Publisher Zondervan; 2nd printing edition (March 18, 2009)
Language English
Category: Self-Help
Rating: 4.8
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by Ronda Rich


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kitchen-table faith,' that feels like a comfortable, trusted neighbor who sits down and stays for a good, long visit. It's a faith you live and breathe, day-in, day-out, whether it's praying to the good Lord as you sit on the porch swing or finding joy in a delicious pan of cornbread.

Our faith, as practiced by the Southern women I know, walks beside us. .

When we stumble, as we all do from time to time, that ever-present faith grabs an elbow and steadies us on the uneven path. Does the faith of Southern women offer redemption or salvation more than others? Absolutely not. But what is different about it-and why this book now exists-is the steady, consistent way that it is practiced among our women.

Daughter and granddaughter of Baptist ministers, Ronda Rich examines . This book is a beautiful and inspiring example of Southern women and their faith.

Daughter and granddaughter of Baptist ministers, Ronda Rich examines the deep roots of her family's Christian faith in the hills of North Georgia and its impact on her personal faith. She also explores the contributions that mothers, sisters, wives, and daughters have made to serve God and further His kingdom. Ronda, beautifully and entertainingly, tells stories of the kind of Southern women I know. Their faith is the guiding force in their lives and they discuss it all, and I mean it all, with their Heavenly Father. Like me, I think he, too, is a softie for a Southern accent This book is a beautiful and inspiring example of Southern women and their faith.

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Ronda Rich, an eleventh-generation Southerner, is the bestselling author of What Southern Women Know (That Every Woman Should) and a popular national columnist. She speaks with Southern charm and humor at over a hundred events each year

Ronda Rich, an eleventh-generation Southerner, is the bestselling author of What Southern Women Know (That Every Woman Should) and a popular national columnist. She speaks with Southern charm and humor at over a hundred events each year. She has appeared on dozens of television and radio shows. Ronda and her dachshund, Dixie Dew, make their home among the red clay hills of her native homeland. For more on Ronda, visit ww. ondaRich.

As Ronda says, Southern faith "is a faith that is plain, simple, and sturdy, that is utilitarian in practice and that fits as comfortably in the hands of Southern women as a baby, an iron skillet, a hair brush, a telephone . Get to Know Us. Our Company.

As Ronda says, Southern faith "is a faith that is plain, simple, and sturdy, that is utilitarian in practice and that fits as comfortably in the hands of Southern women as a baby, an iron skillet, a hair brush, a telephone, or a broom.

As Ronda says, Southern faith is a faith that is plain, simple, and sturdy, that is utilitarian in practice and that fits as comfortably in the hands of Southern women as a baby, an iron skillet, a hair brush, a telephone, or a broom

As Ronda says, Southern faith is a faith that is plain, simple, and sturdy, that is utilitarian in practice and that fits as comfortably in the hands of Southern women as a baby, an iron skillet, a hair brush, a telephone, or a broom.

Come, sip a glass of sweet tea and sit for a spell with Ronda on the porch swing as she tells you stories of happiness and heartache, friends and family, and a faith that's strong enough to handle anything life throws your way. As Ronda shares, Southerners don't just talk about God, they have a 'kitchen-table faith,' that feels like a comfortable, trusted neighbor who sits down and stays for a good, long visit. It's a faith you live and breathe, day-in, day-out, whether it's praying to the good Lord as you sit on the porch swing or finding joy in a delicious pan of cornbread. As Ronda says, Southern faith 'is a faith that is plain, simple, and sturdy, that is utilitarian in practice and that fits as comfortably in the hands of Southern women as a baby, an iron skillet, a hair brush, a telephone, or a broom.' From stories of moonshine and revivals, Sunday dinners and new Easter outfits, prayers answered and griefs shared, you'll discover a faith that supports you when the trials and heartaches of life cause you to stumble, a faith that grabs you by the elbow and steadies you on the path.
Yozshubei
Excellent inspirational book with humor, good Christian guidance and scripture. I have bought this book for all my sisters and many friends and other family members. Everyone tells me they have read the book several times and keep it close by to lift their spirits. I keep my copy of the book by my bedside and refer to it often.
Dyni
This was a lovely book, written in the "Ronda Way", where you feel you're sitting with a girlfriend, chatting over a glass of tea.

Sharing our feelings on faith with others, what it means to us on the deepest level, can be difficult to express; it's possibly the most intensely personal part of our lives. Miss Rich not only was able to warmly share her views, she opened herself up completely, honestly leaving herself vulnerable to friend and foe alike.

This was warm, uplifting book whether your devoted child of God, or someone seeking a pleasant book on another's life experiences.

I hope you enjoy this book as much as I have.
Thetath
Really an exceptional book about growing up in the South when I was a young girl. I could relate easily to the stories told and things said by the author. It's a very sweet book about strong southern women.
Wafi
I bought four more of these to give to family and friends. The book is fun and interesting and mentions some "Southern" customs that are worth hearing about. It is uplifting and gives support to the value of having "strong faith".
Vareyma
I am in love with Ronda Rich's books
Zulurr
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This book speaks to southern women who grew up in the South. You will remember much of what Ronda Rich relates to, and it will strengthen your Christian faith.
Foginn
Being from the deep South, Ronda's descriptive writing resonated with my growing up years. Her deep faith along with her sense of humor was a pleasant way to end my day and give me sweet dreams.
I just loved this book and bought 2 for Christmas gifts. I loved the home spun stories and the fact that the chapters are very short so you can read it in little bits and pick it up again later. Great for busy moms! A very comforting and fun book to read.