i'm a parent
If your list of “I should be a mom who . . .” feels endless, this book is for you. Many moms feel the pressure and guilt that comes from chasing perfection. The drive for perfection has a significant negative effect on the relationships moms are trying to nurture in their homes. Amy’s experience as a counselor and a mother of seven shines through with honest and practical parenting advice from a biblical perspective.
Release expectations, embrace imperfection, and connect to God's superpower. In Unsuper Mommy, Maggie Combs, mother of three small boys, talks to young mothers about freeing themselves from the idea of being "super mom" and rely on God's grace instead. God doesn't want you to be the perfect mother, have the perfect baby, a spotless home, or perfect marriage. Instead, He wants you to plug into "His superpowers."
These hands-on, kinda dangerous, totally unforgettable object lessons (along with nearly fifty others) are not only more fun than other family devotions--they actually deliver the spiritual impact you desire for you kids. So put away the flannelgraph, get out the safety goggles, and start bringing the truths of Scripture to vivid life in your household. Just remember to change out of your Sunday clothes first.
This family devotional by popular author and mom Nancy Guthrie serves up a year's worth of daily truths from God's Word to chew on and apply to real life. Going beyond Bible stories, your whole family will enjoy discussing biblical words and themes
he Family Bible Devotional cultivates conversations through 52 Bible readings, paired with engaging discussion questions and background information. Open this book, read the Scripture passages, and ask the questions to get your family exploring together what the Bible says.