Gospel Centered Mom by Brooke McGlothlin

Motherhood is hard. Like, really hard. When are not worrying about what our kids are doing, we are worried about what we are doing and hoping that we aren't doing anything to be detrimental to their development or scaring the for life. Let's face it...motherhood is nothing more than second guessing everything you are doing in your kids lives and wondering if it's ever enough to help mould successful adults.

In Gospel Center Mom by Brooke McGlothlin she shows the reader that yes, you are enough and have been enough. You just need to be focused on the right thing...Jesus. We will never, ever be enough in this life, but when you focus on the one who is always enough, you can never go wrong.

This book has been a read that I suggest ever mother reads. McGlothlin takes you through all of the inequities and flaws that she can find within her self, does exactly what we, as mothers do all day long, picks them apart and finds every reason as to why she is just not good enough. Then she shows you how she embraced Jesus and everything He stands for and realized that Jesus was the key to releasing all of the worry, feeling of inadequacy, and pain associated with always feeling like you're never enough.

What I loved about this book is that it felt like talking to a friend, but also taking to a professional therapist. It was the perfect blend of loving suggestions mixed with self-help, even though that's not exactly what it's meant to be. Through practical tips that are easy to implement into your life, she shows the reader that, you too, can find freedom from everything that is hampering your spirit and step into the mothering personality that God meant for you. After all, He is the one that interested these little souls to you.

Seriously...I suggest you read this book or give a copy to your mommy friends. We can all use the comforting words she has on these pages.

{Disclaimer: I received a complementary copy of this book, from the publisher, in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.}