Ordinary Mom, Extraordinary God:
You may feel like an ordinary, everyday mom, but you are not. You are a woman with and extraordinary call on your life–motherhood–and you have an extraordinary God to run to when you need emotional, mental, and spiritual renewal.
Sixty wise, funny, and Scripture-filled devotions will lighten your spirit and encourage your heart even when laundry threatens, kids are clamoring, and you do not know what to do for dinner.
Authentic Parenting in a Postmodern Culture:
What is postmodernism? Is it good or bad? Does it have anything to do with being an effective, godly parent? With sensitivity, grace, and a passion to help families experience authentic, life–changing relationships with God, Mary DeMuth describes the new way people are processing truth. She reveals effective ways for parents to communicate with today’s kids: by developing relationships, by learning along with their kids, by creating a safe haven for kids to explore their worlds, and more.
Parents will discover how to…
- communicate the gospel effectively to their own children, who may process truth in a new way
- equip their children (and themselves!) to relate successfully with others and avoid isolating themselves from those who need Christ
- lead their families even when they don’t have all the answers
This unique resource offers everyday moms and dads an engaging introduction into the postmodern world and provides the tools they need to relate to it with confidence and faith.
Building the Christian Family You Never Had:
If you are the first generation in your family to embrace a relationship with Christ but are not sure how to give your children a foundation of faith, here is the guidance you have been looking for.
As a first generation pioneer parent, I understand firsthand the fears, frustrations, and anxieties of parents who lack role models of sound, loving parenting.
150 Quick Questions to Get Your Kids Talking:
This book came from our family’s desire to connect with our kids … more than just sharing our highs and lows around the dinner table. So I developed 150 questions, typed them out, cut them into strips and placed them in a basket on our dining room table. Every night the DeMuth family answered a question.
Great resource for families, youth leaders, grandparents and anyone who wants to spark new conversations with folks.