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Hard Is Not The Same Thing As Bad$19.99Add to cart
Bestselling author Abbie Halberstadt helps parents see how God can use the everyday trial s of child raising to radically transform how they view hardship and grow them to become more like Jesus.
“Why me, Lord?”
Amid the toddler tantrums, the mealtime melees, and the backseat blowups, have you found yourself asking God that same question? Maybe even screaming it into a couch pillow? You’re not alone.
Your most trying moments as a parent can quickly spiral into discouragement, hopelessness, and sometimes even resentment toward God or your family–partly because our culture has conditioned us to believe that anything this hard can’t possibly be good for us.
Abbie Halberstadt, author of the bestselling M Is for Mama, shares scriptural wisdom and lessons learned from her own challenges as a mama of ten to help shift your perspective on the hardships of parenting and of life, in general.
When you begin to see struggles as a necessary part of God’s plan for your spiritual growth, you can discover supernatural peace and purpose, even when you’re down in the deepest trenches of parenthood.
M Is For Mama$19.99Add to cart
Mother-of-10 Abbie Halberstadt helps woman humbly and gracefully rise to the high calling of motherhood without settling for mediocrity or losing their minds in the process.
When it comes to being a good mom in today’s culture, the bar is set embarrassingly low, especially when compared to God’s standard. Mere survival is seen as a badge of honor and hanging on ’til “wine-o-clock” a goal to be strived for.
As a daughter of Christ, you have been called to be more than an average mom. Attaining excellence doesn’t have to be unsettling but it will take committed focus and a desire to parent well according to God’s grace and for His glory.
M is for Mama offers advice, encouragement, and scripturally sound strategies seasoned with a little bit of humor to help you embrace the challenge of biblical motherhood and raise your children with love and wisdom.
Mom, you are worthy of the awesome responsibility God has given you. Now it’s time to start believing you can live up to it.