The Good Shepherd’s Pasture: Raising Covenant Children with Elizabeth Harwell
Have you ever desired to explain to your children or grandchildren the spiritual significance of their baptism? Join Elizabeth Harwell writer of the newly released children’s book “The Good Shepherd’s Pasture–The Story of Your Baptism” and host Karen Hodge as they unpack the many dimensions of the covenantal vows we take at baptism.
About the Speaker:
Elizabeth is the wife of a pastor, the introverted mother of three extroverts (Wilson, 9; Charlie, 5; Rosemary, 2) and a lover of words. She and her husband, Andrew, spent the first ten years of their marriage on staff with a campus ministry and they are now pivoting towards church-planting in the Atlanta, Georgia area. Elizabeth has had the great joy of authoring the recently-released children’s book on covenant baptism, “The Good Shepherd’s Pasture: A Story of Your Baptism.”
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