Sunday, June 8, 2014

I Need Some Help Here!

~About the Book~
It's easy to feel overwhelmed as a parent--and worried and anxious. There are so many areas of a child's life that can go wrong along the way. What's a mom to do?

With wit and wisdom, Kathi Lipp meets moms where they are and offers the most powerful hope they have--prayer--for both their kids and themselves. Chapters include

When Your Child Is Running Away from God
When Your Child Makes Poor Choices
When Your Child Is Struggling
When Your Child Is Left Out
When Your Child Is Different

Moms who are overwhelmed or simply need a little support will cherish this expert guidance on praying for their kids--from toddler to teenager--with boldness and confidence.

~My Impressions~
 This is a must read book for parents who think they have to have everything together all the time to have successful, well rounded children. We all fumble, we all fake it till we make it, and we all need some help from time to time. I loved Kathi's real life approach to problems our kids have. Not only does she share her heart, but she packs this tiny book full of truth by scattering thoughtful scripture throughout. It is easy to worry about our kids and to let that worry overtake and control every aspect of our lives, but its not realistic to think we can always be there and sometimes, ok normally, the best life lessons are learned through natural consequences.

There are some tips and tricks I have heard before, but there is also alot of new sound advice I have not thought of before reading this book. I found it to be very encouraging and uplifting. It was like I was speaking heart to heart with another mom who felt what I was going through and was there to offer some great advice.

~About the Author~
Erin Myers is a stay-at-home mom of 2 beautiful kiddos and has been married to her hero for 13 years. She blogs at, where she hopes to inspire moms in their everyday lives with recipes, homemaking tips, and more.Learn more at

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book from Baker Publishing in exchange for my honest review and opinion. 
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