15 Books Christian Moms Need for Mother’s Day

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Mother’s Day is coming soon and I always look forward to it. It’s a day to celebrate my greatest calling in life. This is a day when I get treated by my family. I don’t cook on Mother’s Day, so I enjoy getting to go out to a restaurant, getting take out, or letting my kids prepare a meal. What’s your favorite thing about Mother’s Day? I’ve been a mother for 39 years, and my favorite thing is the love of my family.

Woman reads

Mothers don’t always have much time, because we’re so busy. When children are small, there is no time for relaxing. We seem to be chasing children day and night. As they grow older, we seem to live in the car. I loved taking my children to many activities. When they leave home, I always am planning my next trip to visit them.

I always spent much of my spare time reading books. When my children were very young, I would read about breastfeeding, baby personalities and sleep habits, and nutrition. As they got older I read tons of books about child development, learning, and homeschooling. I continued reading tons of books about homeschooling, learning styles, and teenagers. When I could, I loved reading books that were devotionals or Christian living books. Now, I’m free to read anything that interests me.

Mom reads with dog

I love reading Christian living books, clean romances, and historical books. There are so many great books out there, and I’m sure I’ll never be able to read all the ones that I would like. I even started a book blog so that I could review clean and family-friendly books to share with my readers. I would like to share with you some of the books that I think are perfect for a mom who is serious about her Christian calling.

  • What to Expect When You’re Expecting
  • The Mission of Motherhood – Sally Clarkson
  • The Power of a Praying Parent – Stormie Omartian
  • Bible Promises for Moms – Heidi St. John
  • The Mom Project – Kathi Lipp
  • The Peaceful Mom – April Cassidy
  • The Unseen Mom – Michelle Lynn Senters
  • Why Motherhood Matters – September McCarthy
  • Famous in Heaven and at Home – Michelle Myers
  • Charlotte Mason Companion: Personal Reflections on the Gentle Art of Learning – Karen Andreola 
  • Beyond Survival: A Guide to Abundant Life Homeschooling – Diana Waring
  • Educating the Whole-Hearted Child – Clay and Sally Clarkson
  • The Well-Trained Mind: A Guide to Classical Education at Home – Jesse and Susan Wise Bauer
  • The Way They Learn – Cynthia Ulrich Tobias
  • The Get Yourself Organized Project – Kathi Lipp
Older Mom Reads

Although I’ve read many of these books, I haven’t read them all. I’ve heard quite a few of the authors speak at conventions and they were tremendous! One book I actually wore out from using it so much, “The Power of a Praying Parent”. It was such a blessing.

What are the books that you’ve loved reading as a mom? Do you have one that you’d love to recommend? Please share it with us in the comments. I love to read another great mom book!

Mother’s Day is coming up and I’ve partnered together with a great group of bloggers to bless some moms BIG TIME this Mother’s Day!  

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29 Responses to 15 Books Christian Moms Need for Mother’s Day

  1. Cathy French says:

    If I win I would choose the gift card for groceries.

  2. Molli Taylor says:

    i love this list, i often don’t pick up new books because I can’t take any more triggering stuff right now!

  3. Crystal says:

    Thank You for the giveaway. Love this site and giveaways are just a big perk.
    Have a good Mother’s Day
    Hope I Win

  4. Maureen says:

    Though not a mother myself I have numerous family members that are. My own mother loves to read and so do my sisters and sil.

  5. Great list of books, happy Mother’s day.

  6. The book list is impressive.

  7. Mel Borhi says:

    Great mothersday giveaway lots of gift ideas on here. Happy mothersday.

  8. thomas rusinak says:

    It will be a grand mother’s day if I win or not!!

  9. Jessica C says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this, I am a mom of 2 and would love this so much!

  10. Cali W. says:

    My mom loves Christian books. Great list and giveaway. ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. Jenn says:

    Skimming through these titles are even making me emotional. Christian books would be a touching gift for all.

  12. Rhonda Tenderholt says:

    I still need to finish reading Power of a Praying parent. I’m not much of a reader, unfortunately, and bought this book when my 2 boys were younger. Now they are 19 and 21. The book is still relevant, now to go find it! Thank you for the giveaway.

  13. Terri says:

    I’m still pondering which card I would most enjoy, but in the meantime, I’ve revisited some resources I hadn’t thought about in a while and discovered some that were new to me.

  14. Jon Heil says:

    Thanks for the chance and happy 2021!

  15. Debbie P says:

    Happy Mother’s Day!

  16. Christy DuBois says:

    I have read some of the books you listed. One that stood out to me that I read while I was pregnant was The Gift and I canโ€™t remember who wrote it. It was biblically based about the gift of a child. It stuck with me.
    You described some of the stages so accurately. Today I enjoy reading all types books except most sci fi and some biographies are kinda boring depending. Thanks for the generous giveaway.

  17. Megan Allen says:

    Mothering is the hardest job with the most benefits! As I read about you reading the different books as your children grew..it sounds as if I am reading my own story! I hope all of the momas out there have an amazing Mothers day!

  18. Terri Quick says:

    Thank you for hosting this

  19. Jodi Hunter says:

    Thanks for this post, they sound like great reads.

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