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Precious In His Sight$22.99Add to cart
A beautiful devotional guide to help us pray for our kids throughout their whole lives.
We all want to pray for our children–but so often, we’re busy, overwhelmed, exhausted, or at our wits’ end. Making it through the day is a victory, let alone finding the energy, time, and intentional words to lift our kids up before the Lord.
Precious in His Sight will guide you in prayer for specific areas of your child’s life. You’ll find hundreds of prayer prompts, organized by topics including:
*Stages of Life
*Talents, Interests, Callings, and Careers
*Salvation and Spiritual Growth
Precious in His Sight offers a helpful structure for praying for kids in each chapter, including:
*The PRAY acronym (praise, repent, ask, yield), created specifically for moms
*A section for praying Scripture for your kids
*A list of specific powerful prayers to pray for your kids
A perfect gift for moms, Precious In His Sight offers encouragement from God’s Word to turn your worries into prayers that will plant spiritual seeds in your child’s life and bear fruit that will last for generations.
If Mama Aint Happy$17.99Add to cart
Are you weary? Stressed? Depressed, anxious, and annoyed? And, to top it all off, do you feel guilty for feeling bad? Rachel Norman gets you, mama. She knows how much you love your kids. And how, day after day, you put your family’s needs first, which means your own needs come last. Or don’t come at all.
Rachel used to be a mom who spent her days weary, anxious, and guilt laden. She had five kids in five years, lived on three different continents, and then was blindsided by a devastating health diagnosis. Neglecting her own physical, spiritual, mental, and emotional needs for so long–in an effort to be a selfless mother–had left her utterly depleted. And physically unwell. Then she began asking a question she’d never considered before: Could it be that taking good care of myself is not actually selfish, but maybe, just maybe, something a responsible adult does? In this countercultural book, Rachel takes some weight off your shoulders by:
*offering hands-on, rubber-meets-the-road strategies to cultivate a life you aren’t trying to constantly escape
*teaching you to discover and claim your own limits and boundaries so you can be a calm, resilient, peaceful mother
*showing you how to shape your daily life and values around the few things that really matter, and how to let the rest go
If mama ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy. But when mama is at peace? Everyone benefits.