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I’m Deborah, the Naptime Theologian. Theologian out of calling from the Lord. (We are all theologians, really). Naptime as a necessity. In the highs and lows of motherhood, I’ve learned that I desperately need to know God. So, I began dedicating my daughter’s naptimes to studying God’s Word and working on my heart. What a difference that has made in my life.
This blog is the fruit of those efforts! Here you’ll find posts about Bible study and Christian Motherhood mainly, but I also share about our expat life here in Oxford and the occasional recipe.
Before I became a mom, I learned about the Lord from an early age because I grew up as a missionary kid overseas (more on that here). There’s not a time I don’t remember knowing about the gospel and Jesus. My true Bible study started when I was a teenager. I moved to LA for college where I met my wonderful husband and later had my daughter.
We now live in England as my husband is working to complete his doctorate degree in Old Testament studies at Oxford University.
It is such a privilege and joy to be wife to my husband, Herald, and mama to my daughter, Aletheia!
I’m excited to have you on this journey with me as a Naptime Theologian. Make sure to get connected below!
Take a look around and thank you so much for reading!
P.S. I attended Grace Community Church of the Valley in Sun Valley, CA when we lived in Los Angeles. Check out the website here.
P. P. S. As I said above I will occasionally share a recipe here and we are currently following the GAPS diet, you can read more about it here. So, my recipes will reflect that way of eating. Check it out!
A Few Posts to Get You Started:
Listen to My Testimony Here!
Best Christian Books to Read Every Day
Why Should You Study Theology?
5 Ways to Share the Gospel With Your Kids
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