Do you ever feel like you're fresh out of amazing? Daily pouring yourself out for your family, you're tired, overwhelmed, and have nothing left to give. Hope for the Weary Mom is an honest look at where you find yourself living. In their new book, bloggers Stacey Thacker and Brooke McGlothlin (creators of the online communities Mothers of Daughters and The MOB Society) lead you to the God who meets you in your mess and show you that you don't walk through life alone. You will...
It's easy to forget that God knows you by name when you're numb with the daily grind. Join Stacey and Brooke and begin the journey from weariness to hope.
"Stacey and Brooke understand the hearts and needs of moms
today. They speak with a voice that's encouraging and authentic and
will draw in readers from many different seasons and stages of life
who have one thing in common: They need hope."
—Holley Gerth, bestselling author
"Hope for the Weary Mom is a life-raft in
print form; the perfect package of encouragement for the mom who
feels that she surely might drown in her schedule, her fears, her
failures, and her sorrows. The words of this book will help you
know that not only are you not alone, but you are deeply loved by
our almighty God who made you a mother in the first place. Grab
hold and find hope."
—Karen Ehman, bestselling author of Let It Go
"Stacey and Brooke's hearts beat for mothers. They lead you to
the God who meets you in your mess and show you that you don't walk
through life alone."
—Kristen Welch, author of Rhinestone Jesus
Stacey Thacker is a wife and the mother of four girls. The author of five books, she is also a Bible teacher with a passion to connect with women and encourage them in their walks with God. You can find her blogging at staceythacker.com and hanging out on Instagram and Twitter @staceythacker—usually with a cup of coffee in her hand.
Brooke McGlothlin is cofounder of Raising Boys Ministries, where parents are encouraged and equipped to raise godly men. You can find her writing about fighting for the hearts of her sons at the Mothers of Boys Society blog or living a life in pursuit of messy grace at www.brookemcglothlin.com.