Friday, September 15, 2017
Becoming Momstrong by Heidi St. John Review
Have you ever looked into the faces of the people who call you "mom" and wondered what in the world you got yourself into?
If you're like many Christian moms today, you've been reading the headlines and watching the rapid-fire changes in our culture with frustration and fear. Let's face it: Moms today are facing questions that previous generations didn't even see coming, and even our right to determine what is best for our own children is under fire.
Popular speaker and blogger Heidi St. John (The Busy Mom) believes that today's mothers need a special kind of strength. We need to be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might. We dare not rely on human strength for the battles we're facing right now.
In Becoming MomStrong, Heidi has a powerful message just for you--the mom in the midst of it all. Through encouragement, practical prayer points, and authentic "me-too" moments, Heidi equips you for a job that only you can do: to train your children to hear God's voice and to walk in truth no matter where our culture is heading.
God wants to use this generation of mothers to do something extraordinary:
To be strong in the Lord
To know who you are in Christ, and
To impart that strength to your kids.
In other words, He wants you to be Mom Strong! So if you're feeling tired or inadequate today, get ready to find new strength as you join Heidi St. John in Becoming MomStrong.
I received a complimentary copy.
Cassandra's Review Q&A-
- What did you like about the book and why? I like that the author represents her beliefs so strongly and chose to bring her message through this book.
- What did you not like about the book and why? I feel that it may be a bit to pushy and have more do moments then teach moments. It is all faith based and gives no other points.
- What did you learn? I think that the author is strong in her beliefs and pushes them through the book.
- To whom would you recommend this book and why? A Mom that is strong in their faith and demands their children to learn in a mighty way.