Book Review | Gospel-Centered Mom by Brooke McGlothlin

Title: Gospel-Centered Mom

Author: Brooke McGlothlin

Series: Standalone

Age: Adut

Genres: Christian Lifestyle

Publication Date: August 1, 2017

Publisher: Multnomah Books

Source: Paperback

Purchase: Amazon | B&N | Christian Book

Synopsis: 
It’s Time to Stop Trying to Be the Perfect Mom

You long to be the mom your kids need, but often you’re convinced you come up short. The label “not enough” seems to be stamped across everything you do—and yet parenting is the one thing you want most to get right.

What if the solution is simply to embrace the truth that you are not enough—but God is?

In Gospel-Centered Mom Brooke McGlothlin reveals how our entire approach to motherhood shifts when we stop chasing our vision of a perfect family and start full-out pursuing God. With refreshing candor, Brooke examines the daunting task of raising children in the light of God’s Word and challenges you to:

        · embrace your moment-by-moment need for Jesus
        · release the stress of believing everything is your responsibility
        · learn to fight for rather than against your child
        · believe that the story God is writing with your life is worth the sacrifice
        · practice the daily disciplines that lead to Gospel-centered parenting

As you learn to anchor your life in the Gospel, you’ll find increased freedom, purpose, and joy in motherhood. And you’ll discover that Jesus is more than capable of meeting every need, for your children and for you.

My Rating: 
My Thoughts:
This book is perfect for any moms. I found this book powerful. I've been a mom for 3 years now and I still consider myself a "new" mom every now and then. This book is refreshing, encouraging and full of amazing truths. The reminds me to focus on Christ. Being a mom wasn't something that just happened. It was a gift bestowed on me by God. Focusing on Christ will help me get through the hard days, sleepless nights and the fun times. Beautiful book.

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