Practically Speaking

Hoodwinked Discussion Week 3

Welcome to Week 3 of the Hoodwinked Book Club!

UPDATE: The winner of the giveaway below is Cheryl Loughead! Please send your home address, along with what you won, to Sheila at Congrats!

Today we are discussing chapters 7-9 of Hoodwinked: Ten Myths Moms Believe and Why We All Need to Knock It Off. Feel free to answer as many—or as few—questions as you wish.

We will also be holding a Blab session this morning, Thursday Dec. 3rd at 9:30am EST with Hoodwinked authors Karen Ehman and Ruth Schwenk. To join us click <HERE>

Hoodwinked Discussion Week 3

GIVEAWAY: This week’s prize is 2 Redeemed Necklaces and Bracelets from Dayspring (one for you and one to give a friend!), 2 Hoodwinked Study Guides (one for you and one for that same friend!), 1 Hoodwinked Book (for your friend) and 1 Hoodwinked DVD (for you and your friend to go through the study together!)!!! 

In order to be entered, simply answer at least one of the questions on this post. Winner announced Friday.

Ok…..let the discussion begin! Be sure to put the question number in front of your answer.

Chapter 7 Questions:

  • Describe one thing from the past you feel you missed out on just because you were rushing.
  • What is something you will do today to make it count for Christ?
  •  Have you ever met someone who possessed the attributes of peace and purposefulness? What have they taught you?

Chapter 8 Questions:

  •  “Many parents want their children to become what they themselves are not.” Hmm. Is there any area of your motherhood where you’re expecting something of your children that you’re not exemplifying?
  • What is the vision you have for your kids? For some who accepted the gospel message mid-way through parenting, how did the vision for your kids change after you began living for Christ?
  • Which part of the passage from 1 Corinthians 13:4–8 about love, is the most challenging for you? Why?

Chapter 9 Questions:

  • When have you been most aware of God’s “I am” being sufficient for your “I am not?”
  • When did you feel most alone in motherhood? How did God reveal himself to you during that time? What are you still waiting on Him to do or show you?
  • How did this chapter encourage you? Did you identify with the author’s sentiments to “talk to God about your kids?”