21 Days of Joy: Stories that Celebrate Mom (A Fiction Lover’s Devotional)

21 Days of Joy: Stories that Celebrate Mom (A Fiction Lover’s Devotional)
Oh, the joys—and struggles—of motherhood!21 Days of Joy honors mothers of all varieties. Biological moms. Adoptive moms. Stepmothers. Grandmothers. Godmothers. “Second moms.” Even men who “mother” children when circumstances put them in that position.Whether you are a mother, have one, o...
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Oh, the joys—and struggles—of motherhood!

21 Days of Joy honors mothers of all varieties. Biological moms. Adoptive moms. Stepmothers. Grandmothers. Godmothers. “Second moms.” Even men who “mother” children when circumstances put them in that position.
Whether you are a mother, have one, or know one, these heartwarming fictional stories will touch your soul and help you see that you are not alone. The work you’re doing will have an impact for eternity. And those rewards will make the trials all worthwhile.

God knows every sacrifice you make for the children He has brought into your life. So take a few moments out of your busy schedule to read this book, and get a glimpse of your daily routine from a divine perspective.

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Genre: Devotional
Publisher: BroadStreet Publishing Group LLC
Publication Year: 2016
ASIN: B01CXEQQ2G
ISBN: 0764210653
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Mary DeMuth

Mary DeMuth is the author of 17 traditionally published books, and she intimately knows and understands the publishing industry. She often speaks at major writing conferences around the United States, and she mentors writers toward publication at The Writing Spa. She lives with her husband and three teens in Texas.

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