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A Break for Busy Moms

“His mother treasured all these things in her heart.”  Luke 2:51

Do you ever find yourself with a full heart, and a full list of things to do, but your enthusiasm is running on empty?  This is the site for you!

Maria Rodgers O’Rourke wants to help you enjoy the spontaneous moments with your children and take care of your to-do list!  Moms have one of the most important jobs in the world.  By taking time to recharge your heart, soul and mind, you’ll discover the energy you need to do your job well and become a great mom.  And don’t all moms want their children to think they are great?

 

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Prepare Your Heart and Be a Great Mom combines scripture-based reflections with journaling to get mom to slow down and find beauty in life.  The journal emphasizes gratitude: the more we are thankful for the good in our life, the more of it we’ll see!  Plus, the book also features a weekly mini-retreat to reflect on the week past and envision the one ahead.

Give all the important moms in your life (and yourself!) a great excuse to take a break and recharge her spirit!  This glossy hardcover gift book is just the right size for purse or nightstand and includes a ribbon bookmark.  Order now!

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Here’s an excerpt from Prepare Your Heart and Be a Great Mom:

We know that all things work together for good for those who love God, who are called according to his purpose. Romans 8:28

I came across a list of things to get done for a recent family event. I lost track of the list in my purse, so even though the event was past, the items on the list hadn’t been checked off. For the fun of it, I went ahead and crossed out each item.
As I did, I recalled the anxiety that surrounded each item as I wrote it down. Now, with the event successfully behind me and my memories of a lovely day, the items on the list didn’t seem so awesome. In other words, what I’d been so worried about worked out well, in the end.
This is a lesson I want to take with me for every list I make from now on. As I write down each item, I’ll trust that it will work out rather than worry that it won’t. All things work together for good, scripture promises. Finding that old list in my purse was proof positive of just that!

Know a mom who could use a little reassurance about her lists right now?  Order a copy of Prepare Your Heart and Be a Great Mom for her right now!