• Theological Fitness Article by Aimee Byrd

    FROM TABLETALK | March 2016

    Last year, I was asked to do something I am uncomfortable with. For the first time as a speaker, I was asked to open a conference with my testimony. Sure, I know how a testimony is supposed to go. It begins with good intentions, introduces a point where major drama entered our lives, and ends with how we overcame the odds, giving all the glory to God, of course. I certainly had all of these elements to share. But I couldn’t help but feel a little artificially self-important stepping in front of all these women to tell them my testimony. … View Resource

  • Unseen Influence Article by Aimee Byrd

    FROM TABLETALK | March 2015

    You’re kidding. You have to be kidding.” These were my wonderful words of comfort when my husband called me from the hospital with the news that he had appendicitis and was being scheduled for an emergency appendectomy. Selfishly, I was thinking there had to be a way that he could just suck it up and save his appendix problems for next month or something. The timing was ridiculous. My only hope was that he was pulling my leg. That winter had taken its toll on my family. I kicked off all the fun with a case of walking pneumonia. First, … View Resource

  • Living the Gospel in Ordinary Life: An Interview with Aimee Byrd Article by Aimee Byrd

    FROM TABLETALK | May 2014

    Tabletalk: What led you to write Housewife Theologian? Aimee Byrd: The idea for my book came from a need that I perceived in my own community. When my children started attending school, I realized that although many families went to church, their faith was based more on good, Christian morals than actual theological knowledge about who God is. With all the cultural issues that we discussed concerning our children and ourselves, I sensed a difficulty moving beyond a general understanding of how a good Christian behaves to the meaning behind our behavior. I was discovering even in my … View Resource