Do you ever feel a disconnect as a mother—like you’re doing all the "mom things” you’re supposed to do as you stoop to serve your kids with your hands, but your heart isn’t in it?
While being a mom is one of the most rewarding jobs, it is also one of the hardest. We grow weary as we pour ourselves out for our children, wondering where we’ll get the strength to serve another day. If we’re honest, we can become exhausted by the constant call to tend to our family. We can even sometimes resent the posture of humility and servanthood it requires. We can easily go about humble work without a humble heart.
Kristen Wetherell has been there, and instead of offering you a parenting plan, a pep talk, or a list of things to do, her words in Humble Moms offers you exactly what she needs in moments of exhaustion: life-giving and biblical meditations on Jesus, who humbly serves you not only in hand, but in heart.
As you journey along with Kristen through the entire life and work of Christ, you’ll find that your life and work as a mom is sustained in the process. Momma, it is truly possible to have hands and hearts that look like Jesus. Open Humble Moms and take in all that Christ is for you—and you’ll find that his heart and posture is changing yours!