Mom Enough: The Fearless Mother's Heart and Hopeby Published 04 Nov 2014
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Are you mom enough? The cover of a popular magazine asked this haunting question in bold red letters that hung over the startling image of a young mother nursing her four-year-old. When the issue hit newsstands, it re-ignited a longstanding mommy war in American culture. But it turns out this was the wrong question, pointing in the wrong direction. There is a higher and more essential question faced by mothers: Is he God enough? This short book with twenty-four short contributions from seven young mothers, explores the daily trials and worries of motherhood. In the trenches, they have learned how to treasure God and depend on his grace. The paradox of this book is the secret power of godly mothering. Becoming mom enough comes as a result of answering the burning question above with a firm no.
"Mom Enough: The Fearless Mother's Heart and Hope" Reviews
I really really enjoyed this book. Everything from the short chapter length that gets right to the point to the variety of topics really spoke to my heart. I will re-read this one for sure!
One of the only books I never hesitated to give a full 5 stars to. Are you a mom? Wanting to become a mom? Do you have a mom? Do you love Jesus? Read.this.book!
This is definitely getting a privileged place of permanency on my nightstand. I very rarely underline in books, but I got up from my chair to search for a pen while reading this one.
Recommend to all moms. To anyone who has a mom. To anyone thinking about becoming a mom.
Motherhood is about Jesus.
Through a variety of voices mom's will find encouragement in "Mom Enough". The short chapters are each individually published blog posts that have since been compiled. Reading from the perspectives of each author, I found much to relate to in my own walk with the Lord as a mom. I enjoyed reading it on my Kindle during the night, awake with my little one. I also found plenty to highlight, that I'll surely reference in the future.