A Cup Of Comfort For Devotional for Mothers

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Adams Media, Aug 13, 2007 - Religion - 336 pages
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In this special addition to the bestselling A Cup of Comfort series, you'll find touching, biblical-themed stories written by devoted mothers who have welcomed the Lord into their daily lives. Celebrating the God-given beauty, strength, and wisdom of mothers everywhere, these daily reflections will inspire and delight you.

You'll draw comfort and renewed confidence in the moving stories of such mothers as:

  • Jean, who looks to the Lord to ease the struggles she faces raising her children—and in the process renews her commitment to family love
  • Sally, who finds the wisdom she needs in scripture when her adopted son asks questions about his past
  • Nancy, who trusts in God to watch after her grown children after they've left her home and gone out on their own into the world

Being a good mother is never easy. But with A Cup of Comfort Devotional for Mothers, you have all you need to help deepen your faith in God, family, and the power of a mother's love.

 

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Contents

A ChubbyLegged Cross by Tara Rye
35
Masterpiece in the Making
67
Playing Promise Games by Susan Lyttek
171
Motherhood Not for Wimps
207
Different Strokes for Different Folks
243
Finding Your Inner Perfect Mom
279
Wheres Albert Schweitzer When You Need
315
Thanksgiving Shadows
351
Forget about Christmas by Marlene Bagnull
385
About the Editors and Contributors
421
Scripture Index
438
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James Stuart Bell, Jr., was director of religious publishing at Doubleday, executive director of Bridge Publishing, and executive editor at Moody Publishing. He has written or consulted for more than a dozen other Christian publishers. At present he is the owner of Whitestone Communications, Inc., a literary development agency. His roles include writer, editor, compiler, packager, publishing consultant, and literary agent. He makes his home in the western suburbs of Chicago and is married with four children.

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