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“The High Calling of Motherhood” Study Guide Freebie!

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Hey Moms! If you bought, or received a copy of “The High Calling of Motherhood” we have a special freebie for you!

First, take a selfie of you holding your copy of “The High Calling of Motherhood” and share it on social media with the hashtag: HighCallingofMotherhood (#HighCallingofMotherhood). Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Pinterest! Then, send a screenshot of your post to [email protected] and you’ll get a FREE copy of the “High Calling of Motherhood Study Guide“! We’re running this promotion for the month of May, after that the price of the study guide will be $1.99. Post now to get your freebie!

“Love Him Anyway” Book Fair to Benefit Shriners

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Are you local to the Greenville area? We’d love to have you at our signing and discussion event with “Love Him Anyway” author Abby Banks! Join us at the Barnes and Noble on Woodruff Road on April 22, at 10am! Read more about Wyatt’s incredible story here, and find out more about the event on our Facebook page. Hope to see you there!1937145_149031518202_2464565_n

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The High Calling of Motherhood Blog Tour

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The High Calling of Motherhood Blog Tour

Check back here daily to keep up with The High Calling of Motherhood blog tour stops!

 

Blog Tour Stops

March 1, 2017 www.ambassador-international.com
March 2, 2017 www.rebelbookreviews.blogspot.com
March 3, 2017 www.themommyfactor.wordpress.com
March 4, 2017 www.cathyharris.org
March 5, 2017 www.frolicsomelife.wordpress.com
March 6, 2017 www.homemaking4hisglory.typepad.com
March 7, 2017 www.carriedaws.com
March 8, 2017 www.pattishene.com/pattisporch
March 9, 2017  www.eowyns-heir.blogspot.com
March 10, 2017 www.athomeatlakemac.blogspot.com
March 11, 2017
www.makingahouseahome.net
March 12, 2017
www.joaniebruce.com
March 13, 2017
www.writingunderthemapleleaves.blogspot.com
March 14, 2017
www.thegildedwife.com
March 15, 2017
www.themusingsofmum.com
March 16, 2017
www.Aflourishingrabbit.wordpress.com
March 17, 2017
www.leslieannesphotography.com
March 18, 2017
www.amamascorneroftheworld.com
March 19, 2017
www.emeralddaysandsapphirenights.blogspot.com
March 20, 2017
www.kellyparkison.com
March 21, 2017
www.scatteredjourney.blogspot.com
March 22, 2017
www.living31.org
March 23, 2017
www.danielandkellie.com
March 24, 2017
www.delesmuses.blogspot.com
March 25, 2017
www.beltwayBargainMom.com
March 26, 2017
www.amominhautepursuit.com
March 27, 2017
www.madetomother.com
March 28, 2017
www.themorrelltale.com
March 29, 2017
www.parentcoachnova.com
March 30, 2017
www.livelovelearngracefully.com
March 31, 2017
www.jaimewiebel.com

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The High Calling of Motherhood Blog Tour Day 1

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I was so glad that I was able to read The High Calling of Motherhood and am excited to introduce it to you today. This was a book that went straight to my heart. As “Mom” to a 7-month old son, I’m still knee deep in the midnight feedings, teething pains, sleepless nights, you-name-its, and am finding that motherhood can be hard. But alternately, I’m finding that motherhood is one of the most beautiful things I’ve faced to date. To watch my son learn and explore and to “see” things through his eyes, it’s amazing. And to add in the kisses and the smiles he reserves for mama – or the way he snuggles up in my arms and he’s content and happy. I love those moments. But sometimes, it can hard to see the beauty through the hard times and that’s exactly what The High Calling of Motherhood helped me do.

What stuck out to me most was Chimene’s discussion over Judea and Jerusalem and how we, as mothers, are supposed to focus on “our Jerusalem”—our mission field {and in this context, that’s my child}. Chimene explains it so well in the book and you should read it for yourself to get a full understanding of this concept, but in essence, Jerusalem was the home base for the disciples—even if they were to go into the world—and our home base is our family and our home. She writes, “Our primary mission field is home base, first and foremost. This is a gift and honor. We have been chosen to share Jesus with our children. We are chosen and called to preach the gospel, first making disciples in our own homes. Just think of the exponential influence this intentionality could have when our children begin making disciples of their own!” I love this concept of the ripple effect. It’s not a new concept and applies to so many areas of life, but when viewing it in light of raising my child to be a “World Changer” for Jesus, it’s such a helpful visual to have and I find it helps me have a better perspective.

Since I’m still knee deep in the baby stage, I haven’t had the chance to put much of that into practice, but I appreciate that I have this advice in mind now before heading into these prime child-rearing years and admit to highlighting a lot of points in The High Calling of Motherhood! It’s a book that I think I will reference many times over the next few years and a book I think is good for every mother to read—no matter what stage of life you’re in. There is SO much more covered in the book than what I covered in this introductory review, but I want to save some so you have a reason to read the book yourself! I’ll leave you with this, my favorite quote from the book that goes along with the previous concept: “The greatest place of influence is a mother in the home. If we can reach the mom, we can reach the family. If we can reach the family, we can change the world {emphasis mine}.”

You can pre-order your own copy of The High Calling of Motherhood at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Ambassador’s online retail store  {use code “HighCalling” entered at time of purchase for a 10% pre-order discount}.

Don’t forget to enter The High Calling of Motherhood “Winner’s Choice” blog tour giveaway. One winner will be chosen and will get to choose between a custom made “World Changer” necklace by The Giving Keys {that is being unveiled at the Passion4Moms conference} or two tickets to attend the Passion4Moms conference being held in DC, May 5-6, 2017. Enter below!

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Join the “Reliant” Street Team!

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We’re looking for members to join our Street Team for upcoming release, The Reliant. Soon to be a major motion picture! Join our street team and get an advance digital copy of The Reliant. More details soon!

Join HERE!

9781620205754When the dollar collapses, widespread rioting and looting threaten the peace of a family in Zanesville, Ohio. Eight children tragically lose their parents in the chaos. The oldest, 19-year-old lovesick Sophie, is forced to care for her defenseless and hungry siblings in a stretch of woods surrounded by lawless anarchy. Their father has been killed, and their mother and Adam, Sophie’s fiancé, have gone missing. Running out of food and facing threats from encroaching marauders, they are tempted to doubt God’s love.

When Adam is found and Sophie discovers he has resorted to looting to survive, she cannot bring herself to forgive him, however hard he tries to make amends. Must he sacrifice everything to win her back?

When the group captures a thief, they learn the attack on their home was no random act of violence. Torn between justice and mercy, with their allies turning against them, their faith is heated in the fire.

Will God answer their prayers and deliver them, or must their faith remain blind to facts?

 

 

Bloggers! Join the “The High Calling of Motherhood” Blog Tour!

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For the month of March,  Ambassador International will be hosting a Book Tour for one of our new releases, The High Calling of Motherhood, by Chimene Shipley Dupler. We’re looking for bloggers to join in! Approved bloggers who sign up for a specific day on the tour will also be entered to win two tickets to the Passion4Moms Conference in DC!

So, what is The High Calling of Motherhood? Does motherhood matter?

The High Calling of MotherhoodHave we lost our sense of identity, especially through social media, which can pour both accolades and acid into our hearts and minds? Does our role as a mother have any lasting purpose? What about the hard stuff? Do we self-medicate more than we self-motivate to fight for our families? If we don’t have a sense of purpose, how will our children?

In The High Calling of Motherhood, Chimene will challenge and inspire you. Motherhood can change the trajectory of a generation as we discover the authority that God has given mothers. Chimene desires to see mothers experience the joy that comes in the value and worth that God places on motherhood.

Motherhood is a calling—a high calling from God. Chimene will equip you and give you tools for success. You are a difference maker. You are raising world changers. You are a mom!Passion 4 moms logo

If you are interested, please let us know when you could post your review and we’ll send you an advance digital copy of the book. When you sign up for a specific day on the tour, we’ll also enter you to win two tickets to the Passion4Moms Conference in Washington, DC!

If interested, please send Anna an email at [email protected]

Love Him Anyway Graphics

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Members of our Love Him Anyway Blog Tour: Want a little something extra to help this special post pop on your page? We’ve put together some graphics for your use! Feel free to pull from any of the following to enhance your writing and help promote Abby Banks’ incredible story. Don’t forget to link back to Ambassador International, as well! Once your post is live fill out this short form and we’ll help promote: http://ambassador-international.com/submit-book-review/. We’re eagerly anticipating all of your wonderful posts!

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“The High Calling of Motherhood” Blog Tour Graphics

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Members of our The High Calling of Motherhood Blog Tour: Want a little something extra to help this special post pop on your page? We’ve put together some graphics for your use! Feel free to pull from any of the following to enhance your writing and help promote The High Calling of Motherhood. Don’t forget to link back to Ambassador International, as well! Once your post is live fill out this short form and we’ll help promote: http://ambassador-international.com/submit-book-review/. We’re eagerly anticipating all of your wonderful posts!

 

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Bloggers! Join the Love Him Anyway Book Tour!

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From February 14th through February 28th,  Ambassador International will be hosting a Book Tour for one of our new releases, Love Him Anyway, by Abby Banks. We’re looking for bloggers to join in! Approved bloggers who sign up for a specific day on the tour will also be entered to win a prize bundle of three lovely Scripture prints from ArtByNarae and a necklace from LittleThingsbyAmyLyn!

9781620205723So, what is Love Him Anyway? It is a story about “finding hope in the hardest places” for the Banks family. Abby Banks put her healthy, happy infant son to sleep, but when she awoke the next morning, she felt as though she was living a nightmare. Her son, Wyatt, was paralyzed. There was no fall, no accident, no warning. A rare autoimmune disease attacked his spinal cord, and there was no cure.

Love Him Anyway is a memoir recounting the family’s struggle to come to grips with Wyatt’s devastating diagnosis and difficult rehabilitation. Abby found true hope in making a simple choice, a choice to love anyway—to love her son, the life she didn’t plan, and the God of hope, who is faithful even when the healing doesn’t come. In Love Him Anyway, Abby shares her family’s journey from heartbreak to triumph and reminds us that hope and joy can be found in life’s hardest places.FHL-PrintGroup

If you are interested, please let us know when you could post your review and we’ll send you an advance digital copy of the book. When you sign up for a specific day on the tour, we’ll also enter you to win our prize bundle!

If interested, please send Anna an email at [email protected]il_570xN.924260497_8ku2