Are the demands of motherhood keeping you from a rich relationship with God?
Given the inherent busyness of being a parent, the concept of a “contemplative mom” makes many people laugh. When Ann Kroeker’s husband almost died, she realized that her life had gotten out of control. In this book she passes on to others what she learned in the process of getting her life back in perspective. She discusses some ways moms can live a life filled with reflective moments even in chaos, including finding solitude, walking with God, making use of some of the traditional spiritual disciplines, using the senses, and listening to God. This is not a theological treatise but one woman’s thoughts from the trenches.
|Publisher:||The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group|
|Edition description:||1 ED|
|Product dimensions:||0.48(w) x 8.50(h) x 5.50(d)|
About the Author
Ann Kroeker is a wife and the mother of three young children. A former correspondent for the Indianapolis Star newspaper and Indianapolis Woman magazine, she has also written for numerous periodicals. She is an experienced speaker at retreats, conferences, seminars and special events.