By Dr. Sheila Schuller Coleman, FaithWords, hardcover, 176 pages, $14.99.
Being a mom is not always easy. And unfortunately mothers feel inadequate to meet all their children’s needs. Some are afraid they could actually harm their children because they are not perfect. In her new book, Mommy Grace, Sheila Schuller Coleman, a mother of four grown sons, offers advice that will help relieve these fears and erase feelings of guilt. She assures women that no mother is perfect and it’s God who makes up for our weaknesses.
Coleman, who is the daughter of Crystal Cathedral founder Robert Schuller, writes from her own experiences and others’ experiences with motherhood. They share the good and bad in order to encourage moms that they too can stop striving. This book is not full of instructional do’s and don’ts. Instead, the personal, real-life stories shares lessons learned, sometimes the hard way, to help other mothers not make the same mistakes. Readers will feel encouraged, not condemned and defeated. A guilt-free mommy is the best mommy. And this book assures mothers that as they do their best to care for their children, God fills in the gaps. Click here to purchase this encouraging book.