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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. When I became I mom, I learned that I REALLY needed God’s Word and time with Him. Nothing that I could do would fill that void. So, I began dedicating my daughter’s naptimes to studying God’s Word and working on my heart. Boy, what a difference that has made!
And this blog is the fruit of those efforts! I share all things Bible study, mom life, mothering for Christ, book reviews, and a bunch else!
I learned about the Lord from an early age because I grew up as a missionary kid overseas (more on that here). Then moved to Southern California where I met my wonderful husband and had my daughter.
That picture up top is my little family: me, my husband, Herald, and daughter, Aletheia. What a joy and privilege to be their wife/mama!
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. P. S. I will occasionally share a recipe here and our diet is based heavily on the diet found here at the Weston A. Price Foundation in case you’d like more information on that too. 🙂
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