Episode #23: Edith Schaeffer

In this episode, I share with you about one of the women who has had the most profound impact on my life. She worked alongside her husband, Francis Schaeffer, in ministry for many decades. Her work lives on in the books she wrote over the years.


If you've never read her books, I highly recommend them to you. They are powerful tools for your spiritual formation and will have huge impact on your home life.

Books mentioned in this episode: - L'abri by Edith Schaeffer

- The Tapestry by Edith Schaeffer

- Everybody Can Know by Edith Schaeffer - The Hidden Art of Homemaking by Edith Schaeffer - What is a Family? by Edith Schaeffer - Common Sense Christian Living by Edith Schaeffer - Affliction by Edith Schaeffer - How Should We Then Live by Francis Schaeffer - The Gift of Music by Jane Stuart Smith and Betty Carlson - Invitiation to the Classics by Os Guiness - Christianity is Jewish by Edith Schaeffer Click HERE for more about my new online class, All About Homeschool! Click HERE to watch the How Should We Then Live video series.

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