By Kelly Wise Valdes

May is the month we recognize Mother’s Day. Many of us have been fortunate enough to have been raised by a Christian mother- the encourager of your dreams, the example of a Godly woman, your biggest fan. And if you are blessed enough to be a mother, remember to nurture the souls of the children you have been given to raise. Sometimes in the midst of our busy lives, moms need “a little God-time” to get through the day. Be encouraged as you reflect on the blessing of motherhood and know that every sacrifice you make does not go unnoticed. May joy and peace be yours as you love your children as your Heavenly Father loves you.

God’s Wisdom for Mothers

By Jack Countryman

Equipping mothers of all ages to tackle everyday challenges, this uplifting book will help moms to become all they want to be in the eyes of God. Offering guidance through Scripture, it’s arranged topically to cover 62 subjects pertaining to motherhood. Topics include God’s Wisdom with Children, God Walks with Mothers Through Heartache, Adversity, and more.

Out of the Spin Cycle: Devotions to Lighten Your Mother Load

By Jen Hatmaker

This fun and faith-filled book is for busy moms whose to-do list keeps them on auto-pilot most of the time. This book speaks to the woman inside the mom addressing issues such as worry, money, marriage and priorities. Take a few moments and lighten your mother load with this inspirational book.

Day-Votions for Mothers

By Rebecca Barlow Jordan

This inspiring book gives moms 40 days of devotionals to offer wisdom and refreshing for your heart and mind. Each reading highlights a unique aspect of motherhood with a Scripture verse, reflection question and prayer. Discover the strength and wisdom you need to help guide your path as a mom.

Hope for the Weary Mom

By Stacey Thacker, Brooke McGlothlin

Do you ever feel like you’re fresh out of amazing? Daily pouring yourself out for your family, you’re tired, overwhelmed, and have nothing left to give. This book will lead you to the God who meets you in your mess and show you that you don’t walk through life alone.