Mom-ese is the mother tongue of moms. Lisa Whelchel definitely knows how to speak the language of motherhood. From the days you just want to break down in tears because the kids are sick and cranky and the house is a wreck, to the joys of seeing your kids' eyes light up when they qgetq a new understanding of God's love, she's been there and can relate. Through fifty-two mini-devotions, Speaking Mom-ese provides encouragement and connects moms to each other and to God.After church, we try out a new restaurant somewhere in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. Then ita#39;s naptime. ... connected to Him, I will bear fruit that lasts. Do you struggle to obey God because His instructions dona#39;t 22 3 the gardener knows best.
|Publisher||:||Thomas Nelson Inc - 2007-09-02|