They Call Me Mom
Moving, funny devotions crafted for every day by moms who know the drill
When women take on the role of mom, they take on a hundred other titles as well: healer, comforter, chef, teacher, cheerleader--and less flattering things like disciplinarian, ruiner of fun times, and chief worrier. In the middle of juggling all those roles, finding room to spend time alone seeking God can seem insurmountable.
Moms Michelle Medlock Adams and Bethany Jett understand the struggles - and the joys. They've pulled together their own experiences with the crazy world of parenting as well as the most requested, most talked about topics on mommy blogs. Their research nailed down what moms really want to talk about. And then they created a devotional that speaks straight to the heart of the mommy life.
They Call Me Mom is a lighthearted, transparent take on the real-life ups and downs mothers face through all stages of parenting. Whether mom just brought home her first baby or she has several kids and zero time, she'll find relatable words and helpful encouragement in these pages. And with one devotion for every week of the year, it's easy to fit in a few minutes with God in the middle of a full parenting life.
Hardcover: 280 pages
Publisher: Kregel Academic & Professional (November 19, 2019)
Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 0.9 x 7.1 inches
Shipping Weight: 11.4 ounces
About the Author
Michelle Medlock Adams and Bethany Jett co-own Platinum Literary Services and are assistant acquisitions editors for Little Lamb Books. They also guest lecture at Ohio Valley University and write as weekly columnists for a Missouri newspaper as “Hot Mess but Blessed.” Michelle’s previous works include Fabulous and Focused: 365 Daily Devotions for Working Women and Dinosaur Devotions. Michelle makes her home in Bedford, Indiana.
Bethany Jett and Michelle Medlock Adams co-own Platinum Literary Services and are assistant acquisitions editors for Little Lamb Books. They also guest lecture at Ohio Valley University and write as weekly columnists for a Missouri newspaper as “Hot Mess but Blessed.” Bethany’s most recent book is Through the Eyes of Hope and its accompanying devotional. Bethany lives in Riverview, Florida.