Feathers from My Nest reveals a more contemplative and personal side of Beth, very much in the spirit of her work, Things Pondered. Feathers from My Nest is a collection of vignettes, as Beth reflects on items belonging to her daughters who have left the nest for college. As she ponders each item, rich in memories, Beth draws from it spiritual significance. This title not only gently tugs on the sentimental heartstrings of parents, it also reminds us all of the gift of grace children offer our lives everyday.
©2005 Beth Moore; (P)2008 Oasis Audio
As a mother of two daughters, I could really relate to so many of the sisterly antics Beth shared about her girls. I laughed out loud as I listened, driving down the highway, but I also shed a few tears. For I am at that similar stage in life where my last baby bird is graduating college in a couple of weeks, getting a "real" job, and leaving the nest for good. Perfect timing for this book! :)
Every mom goes through this phase in her life. It was very reassuring to have this resource. Thanks Beth!
I loved hearing Beth's own voice.
After doing other of Beth's studies, this book made her so real to me as a person.
Parts made me laugh as she shared many stories, but there were also many very serious sections as she told her personal experiences.
I only wish it had been longer. I did not want it to end.
Mothers of young girls only.
Not sure but hated this one! Too arrogant for the message of the book. Sounded like a very arrogant mom who could not relate to anyone else. Sounded very self absorbed.
This book provided nothing for me. I couldn't get passed the arrogance in the narraroror's voice.
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