Mom’s Devotional Bible
By Elisa Morgan
Moms, you don’t have to go it alone! The Mom’s Devotional Bible is a trusted source of wisdom to help you along the path of mothering. Its 52 weeks of Monday through Friday devotions are filled with practical, scriptural insights to encourage you day by day. Refresh yourself with wisdom from God’s Word on topics like time management, mentors from moms, sibling rivalry, being content, and others. On weekends, find new perspectives as explore four “special interest” areas for moms:
- A Mother’s Legacy
- Train Up a Child
- A Time to Play
- Get Growing!
The complete text of the nest-selling New International Version provides an accuracy you can trust. A list of resources in the back of the Bible show you where to turn for help with the special challenges you face as a mother. And from family traditions to praying for your children, 20 full-color pages add a warm, keepsake touch to the Mom’s Devotional Bible. Devotions from Elisa Morgan, President of MOPS International.
Thousands of women look to Elisa Morgan for encouragement in their role as moms. In these thought-provoking devotions, Elisa shares contemporary Biblical insights on motherhood that will uplift you. You’ll see how clearly the Bible speaks to the big and not-so-big issues only mothers understand — and how it faithfully provides inspiration and wisdom to help you not only cope but truly enjoy being a mom.
Elisa Morgan was recently named by Christianity Today as one of the top 50 women influencing today’s church and culture and is one of today’s most sought-after authors, speakers and leaders. She has authored over 15 books on mothering, spiritual formation and evangelism. Her latest works are She Did What She Could (SDWSC): Five Words of Jesus That Will Change Your Life and the all-new Mom’s Devotional Bible (Spring 2013). Her memoir, The Beauty of Broken, releases in Fall 2013.
For twenty years, Elisa Morgan served as CEO of MOPS International. Under her leadership MOPS grew from 350 to over 4,000 groups throughout the United States and in 30 other countries, impacting over 100,000 moms every year. Elisa now serves as President Emerita.