Mama Needs a Time Out 

Daily Getaways for the Mom’s Soul Mama Needs A Time Out by Heather Riggleman digital cover (267x400) Author: Heather R. Riggleman Publisher: eChristain Release Date: April 12, 2012 Amazon, Barnes & Noble,  Audio Format, wherever books are sold Learn more: Mama Needs a Time Out and read what others are saying Purchase: Barnes & Noble, Amazon

I Call Him By Name: A Guided Bible Study and Journal About the Names of God 

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When we know someone’s name, it tells us something about who they are and what their character is like. In fact, one the best ways to know God’s true character and grow closer to Him is to know His names, not just God, Lord, Jesus, or Holy Spirit. In the study, I Call Him by Name, Heather Riggleman leads women on an exploration of the many names of our God—from Elohim to Abba, Heather peels back the layers in the Bible to reveal how He loves us in a world that says He doesn’t.

As women study the names of God, their ideas about Him will become more grounded as they soak in His presence and Word through using the journaling techniques to S.O.A.P. specifically selected daily scripture. Heather also poses questions in order to deeply connect and root each woman’s identity in knowing who God really is. Whether each woman has walked with Jesus for years or she is fresh in following Christ, this study will ground her in a deeper relationship as she discovers the different personal traits of our Triune God as well as getting to know His heart for her, for this world, and His ultimate plan.

Created with beautiful photography and thought-provoking questions this unique study contains the following:

•A four-week study of the names of God

.•Strong, solid Bible study from popular Bible teacher and speaker Heather Riggleman.

•Inspires women to have a more personal and trusting relationship with God

.•Dynamic and engaging journaling SOAP technique that stands for: Scripture, Observation, Application and Prayer

.•SOAP guides each women through specifically selected scripture and engages each woman to observe what the verse means in context, apply it to her life, and offers space to write out her prayers.

The Bold Truths Prayer Journal 

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Have you ever wished you could truly get more out of God’s Word? To understand it more? To interact with it better? Teacher, speaker, author, and story teller Heather Riggleman created this 90 structure guide to help you interact with the Bible using SOAP Reading the Bible can be confusing and overwhelming at times. It can be hard to know where to start and how to interpret certain passages.

The Bold Truths Prayer Journal is a 90-day guide journal designed to help you learn to study God’s Word. This engaging prayer journal is a fun and creative way for you to more fully experience the power of prayer and get to know who God truly is. Use this simple journal with any Bible study or current daily scripture reading App. It uses the S.O.A.P method for easy reflection and connection with the Lord.

S.O.A.P stands for:

• S– The S stands for Scripture and you write out the scripture.

• O– The O stands for observation- what do you see in the verses that you’re reading? Who is the audience? Is there a repetition of words? What words stand out to you?

• A– The A stands for Application- this is when God’s Word becomes personal. What is God saying to me today? How can I apply what I just read to my own personal life? What changes do I need to make? Is there an action that I need to take?

• P– And finally P stands for Prayer. Pray God’s Word back to Him.

The Making of a Mom

Practical help for Purposeful Parenting stephanie-book   Contributed Stories: “Heather’s Story.” Author: Stephanie Shott Publisher: Revell Books – A Division of Baker Publishing Group Release Date: July 14, 2014 Purchase: Barnes & Noble, Amazon, wherever books are sold.    




For the Love of God

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Let’s Talk About Prayer

Do you find yourself tempted to eavesdrop on words shared between friends? What if they were talking about how to make prayer a meaningful part of life as a mom? This is your invitation to lean in close and listen to the conversation when one thirty-something says to a forty-something, “Let’s talk about prayer.” Motherhood has a way of bringing us to our knees. A shared passion for prayer brought two moms from different decades and backgrounds together to talk about making prayer work in the trenches of family life.  Your prayer life might be barely breathing, just getting started or thirsting for more, but you’re welcome to bring your cup to the table and join us. In Let’s Talk About Prayer you’ll find answers moms need to know and tools to grow. We’ll answer five key questions: How do we tap into the power of prayer when life works against us? How should I order my life so I can pray? How do I tackle praying about so many things? How do I find the right words to pray? How do I help my family by praying? Are these questions you’re asking? Would you like to know how to cultivate a prayerful life in chaos? Would you like to manage the mountain of prayer needs and find the right words to pray with confidence? Would you like to pray to impact your family? Join the conversation. Let’s Talk about Prayer with Heather R. Riggleman and Julie Sanders.Available for free via free download here and at 



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Facing our Fears

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