Mothering is an exhausting venture by any standard – and today’s culture is sending moms a barrage of messages urging them to chase after perfection as they raise their kids. In her wise and thoughtful book, Kara Moss points readers toward a better way. By encouraging women to lean on Christ – and to teach their kids to do the same – Kara is sure to help many weary moms embrace newfound freedom, joy, and purpose in their parenting.
Jim Daly, President of Focus on the Family
In today's world, there are plenty of places to find our identity—but many are defeating. While the culture offers many options for identity, the Bible teaches us that only one is fruitful, and we find it when we keep our eyes on our Creator. No more focus on failure, undone lists, or terrible days. In Abundant Motherhood, Kara equips and encourages moms through Scripture, personal stories and practical tools which teach new moms and remind veterans that God wants us to walk in freedom—the way He created us to walk. Inhale this breath of fresh air and step forward into an abundant life!
Heidi St. John, Mother of Seven, Author of Becoming MomStrong, Founder of MomStrong International
Kara Moss takes a warm and transparent approach in sharing her own struggles and triumphs as a mom in this gem of a book. With biblical principles, wise counsel, and practical solutions, she effectively encourages moms to prioritize relationships over perfection, and to enjoy the high calling of motherhood.
Ginger Hubbard, bestselling author of Don’t Make Me Count to Three and I Can’t Believe You Just Said That!
Kara Moss’s Abundant Motherhood is a true delight. Filled with truth and joy, you will be encouraged. With laughter on one page and tears on the next, Kara shares real life stories and the lessons only experience can teach. If you need to be inspired and challenged by someone who really “gets it,” Abundant Motherhood is for you.
Sabrina Schlesinger, Founder of MomMentor.org and host of Parenting on the Go Podcast
In her book, Kara Moss builds for us a beautiful bridge between the heart of a mother and the Heavenly Father. Her words challenge us to redefine “motherly success” from a check-list life to a life all about the heart. You will be filled with hope, knowing it’s possible to have an abundant life as a mom, because Kara points us to the Giver of abundant life.
MacKenzie Myers, Author of The Narrow Road, and TheDursington Diary: Adventures in Willow Forest
From the first words on the first page of this book, I knew that this was written by a kindred soul. Kara has beautifully written a book that I am delighted to endorse for moms. These days, moms need to point each other to Jesus- in the good and the bad- so that we can ultimately point our children to Jesus. I found myself nodding not only in agreement with each page, but seeing the same stories of my own life and experiences jump out at me- it was like sitting with a friend and exhaling as I said, “Me too!” We are not alone on this journey. We have each other and most importantly, Jesus. And there is where we find our abundant life and abundant motherhood. Kara does a beautiful job of presenting that in this book which will be a blessing to all who read it.
Karen DeBeus, Author of Called Home, Real Homeschool, and Simply Homeschool