The Ultimate Guide of Christian Gift Ideas For Toddler Girls

The Ultimate Guide of Christian Gift Ideas For Toddler Girls

Do you find yourself stumbling over the mountain of stuffed animals your sweet toddler daughter has managed to accumulate in her short life span?

Or perhaps you find yourself frustrated with how quickly toys break or loose their appeal after being given?

Honestly, as a Christian mom, are you disgusted with the message that some toys are sending to your daughter?

And, speaking as a book lover who loves to give books to my kids, I am shocked at the amount of vigilance necessary to find books that present a Godly, Christian worldview (i.e., skipping the millions of years talk, what about when someone has two mommies or daddies, etc.) At some point when my daughter is a little older than barely two, we plan to address these issues in a delicate fashion. However, until that time, I don’t want it thrown in her face!

Personally, I have struggled with these issues already in the short amount of time that I have been a mom to our little princess. As I have talked to other young moms, I heard them echo some of these frustrations as well so I decided to gather a list of recommendations for gifts that can help equip your young daughter with opportunities to learn about the love of God.

As much as I groan and whine about more stuff coming in my house in the form of gifts, I realize that the “stuff” that is coming in should at least be intentional towards reaching my child’s young heart for Christ. I want to give her the best gift of all-a love for Jesus!

As a parent, do your due diligence and check them out for yourself as well! Make sure they line up with you and your husband’s guidelines for teaching your child. Let this list serve as a guideline to help get you headed down the path to intentional gift-giving to your small daughter.

Oh, and have fun! 🙂

Christian Toddler Clothes

Does your daughter like to dress up and be pretty in pink? Well, let her do it with a message too! Below are some great Christian toddler sized shirts that share important messages about who your daughter is as child of the King of Kings. Every time she wears her shirt, you can be reminded to take a few minutes to talk about the message on her shirt with her. She will love the extra time and attention these outfits receive and you will have an awesome talking point with your kid!
Sparkle and Shine Pink T-shirt
Owl Always Love Jesus T-shirt
I Will Praise the Lord T-shirt
Wonderfully Made Kids T-Shirt

Christian Toddler Bibles

It is never too young for your child to own their very own Bible! As your child grows into toddler-hood, let her explore and learn God’s Word at her level with a Bible geared for her age.

Our daughter loves the Candle Bible for Kids and I love that she will be able to grow into it more as she gets older. However, there is also the option of the Paraclete Bible for Toddlers as well. And the Beginner’s Bible is a classic cornerstone work for reaching the youngest members of your family with God’s Word.

Trust me when I say that there is nothing more thrilling to this mommy’s heart than when I see my little girl flipping through and “reading” the stories back to me as she looks at the pictures on each page! I want her to always be desiring to know and learn more about God through His Word!

Christian Toddler Books

Okay, I am going to assume that you all already know that it is super important to read to your kids and are already doing that on a daily basis (you go, momma!) There are tons of good kids books out there to teach your daughter counting, colors, and letters just to name a few of the basics that I am sure that you see over and over again!

Well, let’s switch it up and check out some of the following books:
My ABC of God Loves Me
Count My Blessings, One Through Ten
N is for Noah
A Is for Adam: The Gospel from Genesis
The Berenstain Bears Keep the Faith
And if you don’t want to buy all of these books for your child, remember to head over to your local library and just check them out short term. You will get to enjoy lots of great Christian books without it hitting you so hard in the pocketbook!

Christian Toddler Music

My toddler loves to get her wiggles out by dancing and doing the actions to her favorite songs. It just so happens that several of her favorite songs also teach her about the love of God! 🙂

My absolute favorite is the music by Go Fish. My kids love their music and it doesn’t drive me and my husband insane after only listening to it once! 🙂 Plus, this album actually introduces some older hymns of the faith to our kids in an extremely upbeat fashion. It’s fun to watch their grandparents light up when our daughter recognizes an old hymn too!

Some other great albums to check out are Veggie Tales 25 Favorite Sunday School Songs, Veggie Tales Worship Songs, The Donut Man Bible Songs, and Wee Sing Bible Songs.

Christian Toddler Toys

Okay, I know we are all trying to simplify and get rid of toys and such but sometimes toys will be a part of our life. Here are some Christian options to consider!

(P.S. If you are looking for a great toy line to start up someday, you should start making Christian related toddler toys. They are hard to find!!)

A Fabric Nativity Manger Set is great because you can let your child explore the story of Christmas without worrying about them shattering your favorite breakable manger scene!

I think every child has a universal love of learning about animals and making animal noises. Therefore, this Noah’s Ark is awesome because it combines their love of all things animals with a Bible story. Just come to embrace the fact that you will find random animals throughout your house for the next few years of your life. You have been warned. 🙂

If you are like me, you are already trying to create good habits in your kids from a young age including sitting quietly during church. This Bible Quiet Book makes for a nice option to entertain your child quietly. And if you are handy with a glue gun or a sewing, head over to Pinterest for several ideas on creating kid-friendly Christian projects!

Also, consider this awesome Magnetic Drawing Board where you can practice writing their name the alphabet and even whole Bible verses together! Our daughter has one of these at her Grandma’s house and it is the best toy ever because it is quiet and doesn’t require batteries! 🙂

Christian Toddler Movies/TV Shows

There can be moments when we have to entertain our kids in front of a TV. No matter how rare we try to make that happen, it does happen. Here are some resources we use to make sure that even those times are a chance for them to learn about the love of God.

Okay, these are actually near and dear to my heart because I have watched these since I was a kid but they are good! And my daughter is already growing to enjoy them as well!

First, I know it is cliche Christian kids stuff but Veggie Tales! Seriously, this collection of Veggie Tales Bible Heroes shares Bible truths in a way that reaches the youngest members of our family!

The best part about Veggies Tales is you can pick actual Bible stories or you can pick topics such as forgiveness, sharing, or obedience and watch your child connect with the issues they are currently struggling with.

Adventures in Odyssey is the gold standard of Christian drama and story telling for kids. Their radio shows are beyond amazing. Honestly, most people don’t even realize they made these great shows for TV as well. Check out this awesome collection! Your daughter will love the adventuresome stories and best of all, it holds the attention of the older kids (and even adults) in your home as well!

Life at the Pond . Ah, where else does a duck wear glasses? 🙂 These are fun, bright musical shows that are very Veggie Tales esque without being Veggie Tales. Also, like Adventures in Odyssey, they are based off of a radio series so it provides a great option of listening in the car on road trips as well!

Your Turn

Have you struggled to find solid Christian gifts for your young daughter? What are some recommendations you have? Let me know in the comments below!

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Four Christian Thanksgiving Activities for Toddlers

Four Christian Thanksgiving Activities for Toddlers

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Ever since I can remember, I have loved Thanksgiving! Perhaps some of my childish delight was due to the fact that my birthday occasionally happens to fall on the actual holiday. However, even as I have grown older (and a little less birthday obsessed) I find the season surrounding Thanksgiving to be magical!

Now that I am a mom, I couldn’t wait to find ways to share this wonderful season  with my kids, especially as my oldest is now entering the curiosity, question-filled stages of toddler hood.

Below are some ways that we can use this season to teach the sweet (and sometimes terror-like) toddlers in our home how to develop a grateful heart to glorify God even at a young age.

Here are some quick, fun Christian Thanksgiving activities for toddlers at your home! 🙂

A Count Your Blessings Jar

My daughter loves pulling paper out of Kleenex boxes and shoving it back in. She delights at putting her word flash cards back in their box only to open the box and take them right back out. And she loves to dump our laundry baskets and resort them to her likening before placing them back in the basket.

With this in mind, I figured she will love a jar where we put flashcard-like card stock paper for her to manipulate in and out time after time. If you are the artistic type (might be jealous of you just a bit!) then take the time to write in block letters on the cards words like WARM BED or FAVORITE PINK SIPPY CUP. Then with your art skills, draw pictures of those items.

And if you are like me and can’t draw a basic stick figure, head to your beloved printer and print out pictures to paste to your card stock. (And count your blessings for printers! 🙂 )

Next, find a plastic jar or an empty Kleenex box, shoe box, or cereal box to store your Blessings cards. Place the cards inside.

Now, enjoy spending precious moments of your day looking over all the things you and your toddler have to be grateful for with your toddler!

A Thankful Turkey

Okay, I know this sounds cliche but what is Thanksgiving without a Turkey made out of a hand print? It is a basic, fall-back project you can easily work on with a toddler.

Trace your child’s hand onto a piece of paper. Draw a turkey face on the thumb and you have a turkey hand print.

Once the hand print turkey is traced and cut out, talk with your toddler about what they are thankful to God for. Perhaps their answers won’t be what you think of but that is part of the fun! Write their answers on the turkey feathers and place on their wall so they can remember to be thankful!

If they struggle to think of something to be thankful for, feel free to walk around your home and give them ideas. For example, you can show them their Bible and say that owning a Bible of their own is special. Why? Well, many kids in the world don’t have their own Bible to own so God has blessed them by letting them own a Bible!

You can do this with serious things (such as the Bible), silly things (such as candy for dessert after supper), or even intangible things (how much mommy loves them!)

Psst..looking for a great Bible for your toddler? Here is the one my daughter has! She loves the pictures and it is easy to read short portions to her as her attention span allows!

Thanksgiving Prayer Moments

Teaching our children to pray is a cornerstone to softening their hearts to hear the voice of God. Often, it is easy to teach our kids how to ask God for things, mainly because they will often see us praying and asking God for things. While that is definitely a part of our prayer conversations with God, we need to model thanking God in prayer to our children as well.

Take a few minutes each day in the month or week leading up to Thanksgiving and set a special time aside each day to pray with your child about what they are thankful for!

If they are comfortable and have the verbal ability to do so, let them pray out loud. If they are not quite comfortable or verbally ready to pray out loud themselves, take the lead and pray with them.

Keep your words simple. There is no need to try to impress your kids (or God!) with huge words. Simply state things you are thankful for. You might be surprised how quickly the younger members of your family will pick up on this thankful attitude to God!

Color A Bible Verse Picture Together

Okay, I have to make a confession here. I might like coloring pictures more than my toddler does! Seriously, could someone just ask me to sit quietly for 10-20 minutes a day and pick colors to scribble on a page!?

There is something wonderful about joining your child in the practice of coloring a picture. Do a quick Google search for free printable Bible verse coloring pages and print off a few for you and your child. Read the verse on the page, color the picture, and most important, let your child know that you are thankful that God lets you be their mommy!

Your Turn

What are some ways that you are teaching your children to nurture a thankful heart this Thanksgiving season?

Feel free to leave a comment and let us know how your family celebrates!

Thanks for stopping by!

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Christian Thanksgiving Activities for Toddlers

5 Verses For The Discouraged Christian Mom

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What discouraged Christian mom hasn’t had days where she just wants to crawl back in bed and pull the covers over her head? Motherhood is a biggest job you as a female will ever undertake. It is a life long commitment to love and guide and train and care for another human being! That is HUGE!

With great responsibility comes lots of work. Work is a good thing but it can become exhausting and soul crushing if we let it. Especially for Christian moms who are trying to live up to their own expectations as well as the expectations of others within their family, school, and church communities.

Today let’s step away from the madness and focus on God’s Truth!

Let His words of comfort provide salve for your weary heart, Mommy!

Mark 6:30-32

The apostles returned to Jesus and told him all that they had done and taught. And he said to them, “Come away by yourselves to a desolate place and rest a while.” For many were coming and going, and they had no leisure even to eat. And they went away in the boat to a desolate place by themselves.

Mothers and the apostles apparently had something in common-neither had time to even eat because they were so busy some days! 🙂

The best take away for a discouraged Christian mom from this passage is the fact that they listened when Jesus told them to rest! Isn’t it tempting to just try to “tough it out” and keep going? Often, I think our husbands and children would benefit just as much as we would if we would just take a step back and rest!

Galatians 6:9-10

And let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up. So then, as we have opportunity, let us do good to everyone, and especially to those who are of the household of faith.

When we were helping clean out my great aunt’s home after her passing, we came across a plaque on her kitchen wall that said, “Dearie is weary.” There was a comical picture of a very frazzled woman beside the saying. Looking back, there are many days where I resemble that saying to a T! That is why it is so important for me to be reminded to not succumb to the enemy of weariness. Weariness leads to apathy, especially spiritual apathy and I do not want that to hinder my effectiveness as a mother!

So big picture, DON’T GIVE UP! You plus God is a majority, Momma, and you can do this!

3 John 1:4

I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth.

When I look at today’s society and culture, it is easy for my heart to quiver in fear for the souls of my children. They face so many forces that want to steal their souls away from God! When these thoughts and fears threaten to suffocate me, I turn to this verse.

When I feel like it is an uphill battle every day for their hearts and souls and I just don’t want to fight it anymore, I let God’s word remind me of the joy that will come when I see my children grown and walking in God’s Truth. It will be worth all the spiritual battles on my knees, all the planning and sharing of Bible truths, and all the intentional Christian living for my children to model.

1 Peter 5:10

And after you have suffered a little while, the God of all grace, who has called you to His eternal glory in Christ, will Himself restore, confirm, strengthen, and establish you. 

Motherhood has many moments of sacrifice and suffering. Especially for the Christian mother who seeks to live her life fully committed to Christ. Since you are raising your children in a way that the world does not agree with, you will face even more hurdles in your life as a parent.

Believe me when I say that I know that some days as a mother can feel like an eternity but even those days are short blinks in the grand scheme of eternity! It helps to keep that in sight when you are feeling overwhelmed, discouraged, and exhausted.

Matthew 25:21

His master said to him, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant. You have been faithful over a little; I will set you over much. Enter into the joy of your master.’

Finally, when it feels like you are the most under appreciated human on planet earth, remember that someday your Heavenly Father is going to open wide His arms and greet you at Heaven’s Gate with these beautiful words, “Well done.” It will make every tired, tear-filled, exhausting day of your life worth it.

Your Turn

It is my prayer that these verses encourage you and help you along on your journey through Christian motherhood.

Now it is your turn. Leave a comment below sharing your favorite verses for when you heart is weary!

I love to hear from all of you!

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5 Verses For The Discouraged Christian Mom

5 Verses For The Discouraged Christian Mom

How to Write a Mommy Mission Statement

Have you ever experienced a day like I had last week? First, my 17 month old daughter woke up incredibly early-pre 5 a.m. early! This after the fact that our newborn son had been up all night with allergies leaving him incredibly fussy and miserable. My husband was tired and cranky and did not want to go to work that day. Our dog was barking to be let in or out every five minutes. To top it off, I had not had time to eat anything (okay, a piece of candy doesn’t count…) and I was definitely due for my next shower. It just started out as a DAY. This Mommy was not wanting to “Mommy” that morning.

I don’t drink coffee, but mornings like that make me wonder if I should start. That particular day only went down hill. My husband got called into work early which meant an even longer day of parenting by myself. My daughter decided to test EVERY boundary and rule we have laid out for her so far (which seriously is NOT that many!) Just basic things like don’t eat your crayons and such. And our sweet, easy-going baby disappeared and a congested snot monster appeared to replace him.

Nothing I had planned to get done that day got done. In fact, less that nothing got done. The house looked like a bomb had gone off. I felt like a ticking time bomb. My patience was seriously on the low side. What is a mommy to do?

Well, those challenging days are exactly the kind of day that made me decide to create a Mommy Mission Statement. For those days when I need God’s Truth to overpower the crazy emotions and hormones that threaten to control me. For those days when I need a reminder and a clear vision for my life as a mom even when I do NOT feel like being a mom anymore!

It’s so easy to have some vague idea of what I want to do and be as a mom to my kids. However, a vague sentiment in mind quickly goes away in the hustle of life. That’s why I wanted to write down my Mommy Mission Statement. I needed something in writing that I could mull over and re-read as many times as I needed to help keep me going in a healthy positive direction as a Christian Mommy.

So, here are the steps I took to write my Mommy Mission Statement:

Step One: Brainstorm.

This step is fun! Just think of every single thing-no matter how crazy!-that you might want to accomplish in your time as a mommy to your child(ren.) Gardening? Reading at an early age? Playing the oboe? Skydiving? Traveling to Iceland together? Whatever goal or idea you have in mind, write it down. This step is simply about getting everything in your head down on paper. If you want, you can do this with your husband so you can talk about dual goals as well but focus mainly on things you want to accomplish as their mother.

Step Two: Narrow It Down.

Walk away for a while and come back later to review your brainstorm list. See if you find some key themes woven throughout the different items listed. Perhaps you mentioned traveling to several different locations. That could mean that you highly value giving your child the experience of seeing and learning from new cultures. Or maybe you mentioned that you want your child to serve meals at homeless shelters, cheerfully mow widow’s lawns for free, and clean up after church dinners for hosting missionaries. That could show you want to teach your child the value of being a servant. Whatever it is, find some focus points from all the items mentioned during the brainstorm stage.

Step Three: Pick Three to Four Key Focus Points.

This is hard. You have seen several key themes. Now pick only three or four of these focus points (at most!) to include in your Mommy Mission Statement. Pray and ask God which goals He wants you to have. Read the Bible and see if these goals align with Scripture. Talk with your spouse to see if they agree that these goals are best for you and your children. Basically, get some feedback and get selective!

Step Four: Write It Down!

Create your mission statement. Here is an example: My main mission as a Mother is to instill in my child a love of God, the desire to be a life-long learner, to cultivate a kind and giving heart and to appreciate music through the learning of at least one instrument.

Below your mission statement write down one big goal for the year for each of those areas. For instance, if your goal is a cultivate a kind and giving heart, you may want to involve your family in at least one big volunteer project a month. Below each of these big goals write down how you will fulfill that goal on a monthly or weekly basis to reach your desired potential. For the above example, it could mean calling ahead to schedule time slots at food banks, picking up brochures of information on packing Operation Christmas Child shoe boxes or signing up for a summer mission program.

The best part of this step was knowing that if I said yes to these main goals, I could say No to activities that did not line up with them as well which frees us up as a family so much! 🙂

Step Five: Pray and Trust God!

As with every other area of parenting, the most important part is surrendering your efforts of raising your kids back over to God. As much as we like to think we are in control, we are not. God is. God is the only one who can truly cause fruitful, faithful results in our children’s hearts. More than anything else, pour prayer over each of your children’s lives and hearts. Do your best as their mommy but surrender the results back to God. And enjoy this time of being their mommy-even if it does mean some pretty crazy days!

How about you? What would you consider including in your Mommy Mission Statement? How are working towards intentionally parenting your children? I would love to hear about it in the comments!

Thanks for stopping by!

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5 Reasons Why I Am Writing a Mommy Mission Statement

In case no one has informed you, there are days when being a mommy is a hard, confusing job.

Being a mommy is hard even in the best of conditions, you know, like when you are fully rested, showered and have eaten something “real” in the past six to eight hours.

Let’s NOT talk about how hard it can be to be a mommy when those elements are missing or when something is wrong with your kid, like they are teething or sleep deprived or just plain cranky-for-no-apparent-reason-so-let’s-hang-on-Mommy-and-scream-about-it.

As a mom, we feel pressure to make sure so many things are “right” for our kids. It’s natural to want to be the best we can be for our kids. However, the desire to be the best mom we can be leads to the dreaded Mom-guilt often in the course of the day.

For instance, I know I shouldn’t really ever give my kid sugar right? I mean, this kid clearly has enough energy as it is, why would I make that worse? Or have to deal with the sugar crash an hour later? But some days, for the sake of being able to complete anything (like going to the bathroom or folding one load of laundry) I cave and give her sugary cereal to distract her.

Cue the Mom-guilt.

Now, let’s add in the fact that I am a Christian mom who wants more than anything to live my life in a way that makes my kids want to know and love Jesus too.

For instance, I know that I should be studying Scripture on a daily basis, yet some days all I can manage is reading my few Bible verses on my Bible Gateway app. Honestly, all my daughter sees is me staring at my phone screen for a few extra minutes, not that Mommy is reading Scripture instead of Facebook.

Cue the Christian Mom-guilt.

While I realize that grace is required during this journey of being a mom, it is easy to start to listen to that Satan’s discouraging voice feeding me lies. You know the ones, you can’t do this right, she is going to end up an atheist stripper in Vegas. (I know it is extreme but Mom-guilt thoughts go crazy places, especially when mixed with pregnancy hormones!) 🙂

Recently, my husband has been working on creating a new mission statement for the library he now is in charge of managing. With my background as a business major, we were discussing how important it is for a business to have this overarching goal to pursue. Having a main purpose is so necessary and important to keep a business moving in the right direction.

And then God started prompting me. Write down a Mommy mission statement. Clarify and define what God wants me to take as my main mission as a mommy. Honestly, as soon as the idea struck, I couldn’t sleep for the rest of the night (totally unrelated to the seventh bathroom trip to pee.) It made sense. If multi million dollar corporations can’t function well without their purpose and missions being clearly written and defined, how could I as Mom expect less?

What is my ultimate purpose and mission as a Christian mom to my kids? So that leads to the five main reasons I have decided to wrestle and write out my Mommy mission statement. Here they are with very little particular order:

Reason #1: I want to focus on what God wants of me in this season of parenting.

Personally, I find it easy to get distracted thinking about the big picture of parenting. You know, the really BIG stuff like preparing them for college or something. While I want to plan and prepare for all the big things they will face in the future, I don’t want to do so at the cost of today, this moment I have with them now. A Mommy Mission statement should help me see the big picture but give me release to enjoy and savor the current moments more.

Reason #2: I want to have something in writing to remind me on hard days why I am doing what I am doing.

During the course of parenting, it is inevitable that there will be those really hard days. The ones that leave a mom’s heart and spirit shriveled and exhausted by the end of the day. The days when as a mom, I crawl into bed and just cry into my husband’s shoulder as I fall asleep because I am so tired and discouraged. On those days, I want something physical and written in front of me to serve as a reminder and an encouragement to keep going.

Reason #3: I want to be able to decide what I need to say yes to in my life and schedule as a mom.

When I do know that in the big picture of things, Goal A and B are my main priorities as a mom, I will be able to see opportunities that arise that match those goals easier.

For example, say I want my kid to learn certain activities from a young age, perhaps we have seen her tendencies towards an area already. Well, as I scroll through my email, I see an offer forwarded to me from a friend that offers a free trial class in this particular area. It will be easy in light of my Mommy Mission to see that this is something worth while taking some of my time and attention.

Reason #4: I want to be able to freely and without guilt say no to things that are not currently going to help me be the Mommy God is calling me to be.

The flip side of being aware of what I could and should say yes to as Mom, is being aware and able to say no to what will not be leading me closer to the goal. If you are anything like me, I struggle with saying no to good things. Every activity at church, every kid-friendly community project, every educational program are good things in and of themselves. But not every one of them is good or helpful to me and my family.

A solid Mommy Mission statement will help me weed out the unhelpful and unnecessary with a greater freedom from guilt about “missing out” on something. It will be a way to provide free space in our lives and schedules so we can say yes to the things that God does want us doing.

Reason #5: I want a vision for the future that will help me speak truth through the lies of Mom-guilt.

I want my entire Mommy Mission Statement (okay, and life overall!) to be based off of God’s Truth. Seeking to pursue God and His truth in a passionate, concrete manner will help me fight the lies that Satan throws in my face during my moments of weakness and struggle. I want solid truth that will be ingrained into my mind and visible on my mirror, my fridge, my computer screen so that lies and Mom-guilt won’t have a foothold over my emotions or my thought life.

And that, my friends, is why I am currently writing a Mommy mission statement.

Want to write your own Mommy Mission Statement? Here is the post where I walk you through the process that I took!

Resources To Help You Go Farther

Missional Motherhood: The Everyday Ministry of Motherhood in the Grand Plan of God This book is on my To Be Read pile of books. However, many of my mommy friends who I trust with book recommendations say it is by far one of their favorite motherhood books. Also, from all of the reviews that I have read of this book, it doesn’t matter what stage of motherhood you are in, you will be able to find something helpful from this book.

The Power of a Praying® Mom: Powerful Prayers for You and Your Children Personally, if there is one area I know that I can always stand to grow in as a Christian mom, it is in my prayer life! This book helps keep our families lifted up in prayer.

A Mom After God’s Own Heart: 10 Ways to Love Your Children If you are new to the world of being a Christian mom, or are looking for a reminder of the basics of Christian motherhood, this book is for you!

Your Turn

What are some ways you clarify to yourself and perhaps to others what is important to you as a mom?

How do you wage war against Satan’s lies and the Mom-guilt when they come knocking?

I would love to hear more about it in the comments below or you can always send me an email at

Thanks for stopping by!

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