"I'm so grateful for the way Humble Moms invites weary moms to gaze on Jesus, embrace his humility, and ultimately be refreshed for the task of motherhood. Kristen points us beyond the things we do and helps us think about who we arebeing made more and more like Christ."
Ruth Chou Simons, Wall Street Journal bestselling author, artist, and founder of gracelaced.com
"Kristen wrote a book about motherhood by writing a book about Jesus! By taking moms on a deep dive in the Gospel of John, she invites readers to be satisfied with Christ. Moms will walk away with a deeper understanding of humility and a roadmap for serving like Christ in their own lives."
Emily Jensen, cofounder of Risen Motherhood, coauthor of Risen Motherhood: Gospel Hope for Everyday Moments
In the season of motherhood, its easy to become overwhelmed and discouraged as we focus our gaze on our never-ending-always-growing list of things to do. Kristen Wetherells refreshing new book, Humble MomsHow the Work of Christ Sustains the Work of Motherhood invites moms to look up from their daily task to the loving work of Christ on our behalf. Her words warmly point us to Jesus, helping us to follow in his example of humility as we serve our families.
Melissa Kruger, director of Womens Initiatives for The Gospel Coalition
I just read Humble Moms and I want to recommend it to you because it made me turn toward Jesus. I want to look at him, talk to him, and know him better. And for good reason, too: Kristen carefully walks us through scriptures that show why Jesus is "uniquely able to impart humility to his people." Humble Moms made me turn toward my six kids, too. I want to look at them, talk to them, and get to know them better. I can (and want to) love them from a servant's heart- especially now that I better understand the stunning scope of how Jesus serves me from beginning to eternity. Humble Moms is powerful: it is the type of book that will come to mind often and change the way I live.
Laura Booz, author of Expect Something Beautiful: Finding God's Good Gifts in Motherhood and host of the Expect Something Beautiful podcast
Motherhood brought me to my knees. Never had I felt so helpless and so desperate as those first few months of motherhood. Over the years, three words re-focus my soul on distracted days: "Behold, not behave." I am not saved by my performance as a mother. I do not need to prove myself. On my own, I am unable to improve myself. I need only to BEHOLD Christ and his perfect obedience, his complete work on the cross. Kristen Wetherell's compassionate voice speaks into my daily rut, discouragement, and despair. She redirects my eyes to Christ. She leads me out of the deadly deception of self-trust and restores my soul with Christ's blood-bought promises to me.
Irene Sun, author of the picture books Taste and See: All About God's Goodness and God Counts: Numbers in His Word and His World.
"Kristen Wetherells book is a refreshing and much-needed take on motherhood. As our culture pushes moms to be more and do more, she reminds us to slow down. At that pace, you'll find the work of the humble womanserving Jesus. And that not only encourages the work of motherhood, but answers deep heart needs in every womans heart. You'll love this book!"
Dannah Gresh, Founder of True Girl and Co-host of Revive Our Hearts
In Humble Moms Kristen Wetherell offers us not only an excellent resource but also a lifelong pattern for motherhood: first, look at Christ, and see who he is and what he's done. Then, as his beloved, consider how emulating him through service to our kids is worship. Every mom who longs to love God and her children well should read this book!
Christine Hoover, mom of three boys and author of How to Thrive as a Pastor's Wife
With open-hearted honesty and tender compassion, Kristen offers fellow mamas beautiful, biblical truths that we need to live faithfullyand with hopein our hard and holy calling as mothers. This is a book that offers true rest by focusing our hearts on Christ Jesus, which is what we need most of all.
Ann Swindell, author of The Path to Peace and owner of Writing with Grace
Motherhood is . . . humbling. Moms, we have a choice. We could acknowledge that reality with a deep sigh as we wash spit-up off our shirts. Or we could embrace it with open arms, knowing that the humbling parts of motherhood draw us ever closer to our humble Savior. Let my dear friend Kristen Wetherell help you make the second choice with her meaningful book, Humble Moms. This is not a how-to for the ins and outs of motherhood. Its a get-to. We get to become more like Christ through the work of mothering. There is not a message we need more.
Erin Davis, writer, Bible teacher, and mother of four
"There are many resources out there that seek to make sense of the hard work of motherhood. But after all of the tips and words of encouragement, we find ourselves needing to still sit at the feet of Jesus. Kristen Wetherell writes from the perspective of a mom in the trenches, calling her sisters to meditate on the Savior to find rest and help in their time of need. You will be blessed by this book!"
Courtney Reissig, author of Teach Me to Feel: Worshiping Through the Psalms in Every Season of Life