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Feeling frazzled, overwhelmed, and underappreciated? Written by two weary moms to other weary moms, Hope for the Weary Mom helps mothers journey from weariness to hope while in the midst of their daily grinds.
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Do you ever feel like you're fresh out of amazing? Daily pouring yourself out for your family, you're tired, overwhelmed, and have nothing left to give. Hope for the Weary Mom is an honest look at where you find yourself living. In their new book, bloggers Stacey Thacker and Brooke McGlothlin (creators of the online communities Mothers of Daughters and The MOB Society) lead you to the God who meets you in your mess and show you that you don't walk through life alone. You will...
- invite God into your mess
- reconnect with His heart for you
- experience the peace and freedom of walking with Him
It's easy to forget that God knows you by name when you're numb with the daily grind. Join Stacey and Brooke and begin the journey from weariness to hope.
About the Authors▼▲
Stacey Thacker is a wife and the mother of four vibrant girls. Creator of the popular blog Mothers of Daughters, she is a writer and speaker who loves God's Word. Her passion is to connect with women and encourage them in their walks with God. You can find her blogging at staceythacker.com and hanging out on Twitter @staceythacker.
Brooke McGlothlin is cofounder of Raising Boys Ministries, where moms and dads come to discover delight in the chaos of raising boys. You can find her writing about fighting for the hearts of her sons at the Mothers of Boys Society blog or living a life in pursuit of messy grace at her personal blog, www.brookemcglothlin.com. A normal day finds Brooke homeschooling her two boys and falling more and more in love with the man she's had a crush on since the third grade (who just happens to be her husband).
"Stacey and Brooke understand the hearts and needs of moms today. They speak with a voice that's encouraging and authentic and will draw in readers from many different seasons and stages of life who have one thing in common: They need hope."
Holley Gerth, bestselling author
"Hope for the Weary Mom is a life-raft in print form; the perfect package of encouragement for the mom who feels that she surely might drown in her schedule, her fears, her failures, and her sorrows. The words of this book will help you know that not only are you not alone, but you are deeply loved by our almighty God who made you a mother in the first place. Grab hold and find hope."
Karen Ehman, bestselling author of Let It Go
"Stacey and Brooke's hearts beat for mothers. They lead you to the God who meets you in your mess and show you that you don't walk through life alone."
Kristen Welch, author of Rhinestone Jesus
"Hope for the Weary Mom is a gift of encouragement that strengthens women in every stage of motherhood. Once I opened this book, I had trouble putting it back down."
Darlene Schacht, author of Messy Beautiful Love
"Are you in the trenches of motherhood, exhausted and in need of hope? Curl up with this lovingly scripted book and give your heart the encouragement it craves. Hope for the Weary Mom is an invitation to cease striving and rest in the good news that God is with you and God is for you and He will not let you go."
Jeannie Cunnion, author of Parenting the Wholehearted Child
"I feel like Brooke and Stacey listened directly into the conversations that I've had with my mama friends this past week! It is so refreshing to know we aren't alone in our struggles. I love the real life, godly ways they walk us through them as we all search for hope in the weariness!"
Clare Smith, Peak313 Fitness
"The other morning I woke up and was having one of those mornings. The mornings where you can do nothing right, your kids are being awful, and the tears just won't stop. I immediately picked up Hope for the Weary Mom and truly found hope through Brooke and Stacey. I feel like they are my friends working through this mom-struggle with me. I highly recommend this book to all mommas, weary or not."
Nicki Koziarz, Proverbs 31 Ministries
"I first read this book as a brand new mom with a newborn. Stacey and Brooke's words of encouragement met me in those long nights and helped me feel less alone. I read the book again this year when the toddler stage of life felt overwhelming and discouragingand, again, Stacey and Brooke were there like two sweet friends offering a hug, a cup of coffee, and a safe place in the middle of all the chaos. This is my "must read" motherhood book for all mamas."
Crystal Stine, (in)courage
beloved569Sterling, COAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Grabbed My HeartFebruary 3, 2015beloved569Sterling, COAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I first saw this book when looking on a reviewer site and it instantly caught my eye and grabbed my heart. So often, I feel like a weary mom. Motherhood can be so hard sometimes and there are seasons that are more weary than others. As I read this book I did find hope and reminders of who I can be as a mom and that I'm not alone. This book also came at the perfect time not only to meet my own needs and questions but I was searching for what would be the subject of our next mom's Bible Study. As I read this book I new I'd found it. This was absolutely the message I wanted to share with other mothers.
LaurieMesser5 Stars Out Of 5Weary Mom, You Are Not Alone!February 3, 2015LaurieMesserQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I agree with Brookes point that there is a shortage of godly men in our world. As a weary mom who is deep in the trenches for the heart of my 14 year old son, Hope for the Weary Mom: Let God Meet You in Your Mess is living water for my weary soul as I seek to bring up our son in the truths of God and in love for others like Jesus gave to us. My own daughter is now grown, married, and expecting her first child - a boy! I continue to pray over her as well to continue to build on the godly foundation that we as her parents have laid - the spiritual battle for her heart is still real - even if she is an adult now. I encourage other weary moms to join me, Brooke, Stacey, and thousands of other weary moms who have let God meet them in their mess as we fight the spiritual battle for the hearts of our boys and our girls. It is only when we invite God in that we can find the hope we need in this journey of motherhood as we connect our hearts with His. Weary moms unite together in the pages of Hope for the Weary Mom and know that you are not alone!