God created moms with a heightened sense of awareness in this precious season. Our hearts are uniquely vulnerable to joy and fear at the same time. Between experiencing real trials and just-as-stressful hypothetical ones, we’re a mess. We need an anchor. We need something to tether our minds to when the waves of anxiety threaten our joy.
“I have always been so grateful to read Sara’s thoughts on motherhood. The gospel is the foundation for what it means to be a mother. It is always through this lens that Sara’s wisdom comes shining into our everyday lives, where joining all the dots can be
tricky. I’m excited about this latest release!”
-Kristyn Getty, soloist, composer, hymn writer, coauthor of Sing!
This is our time. This is our chance to point our kids to the only thing that matters: the gospel. God has given us the task of discipline not just so we can survive today but to lead our kids to the cross. Discipline is a beautiful privilege and I want to show you how to find joy in it. There is so much more to discipline than creative strategies, checklists, and behavior management. There’s Jesus.
“Sara’s concepts combine personal experience with wonderfully practical tips, helping to guide parents in the godly task of loving our children in the way we discipline them.”
—Kristi James, Writer; Church-Planting Wife; Mother of Three
This book is for the mom who’s not “Pinterest Perfect.” It’s for the mom who can’t live up to her own standards – the mom who wants to know if the gospel has anything to offer her where she’s at now, in a messy world of diapers, tantrums, and postpartum hormones. Do you want to get outside of your own head and look to something and Someone greater? The gospel is our lens for motherhood. It’s the voice of reason that breaks through the turbulence in our hearts caused by anxiety, self-doubt, and comparing. Let’s get balanced. Let’s get biblical.
“The Gospel-Centered Mom is a huge gulp of refreshing air for moms who are in the thick of raising kids. It takes your eyes off of your performance and places them on the one who performed perfectly for us.” – Jessica Thompson, co-author of “Give Them Grace”
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