WELCOME to the Mommyhood Deconstructed Series, a growing collection of spiritual development books and journals for women and children.
Keturah specifically enjoys sharing stories that combat the myth of the perfect life and family, while inspiring people to embrace a BOLD FAITH – despite their flaws.
Each time God said, “My grace is all you need. My power works best in weakness.” So now I am glad to boast about my weaknesses, so that the power of Christ can work through me. – 2 Corinthians 12:9 (NLT)
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“I love the journaling component. I try to get up early for tea in order to write before the baby wakes up.” – A devoted mother
“My favorite chapter is ‘Pretend Play: We Are Key Carriers.’ Jordyn’s request speaks so clearly.” – A devoted aunt
“Mommyhood Deconstructed is very well written and a joy to read! Continue to walk in your calling!” – A devoted great grandmother
“I really love this! The lesson in ‘Why Should I Be Grateful?’ is powerful!! I would love to share this with the children at my church.” – A devoted reader
Far from being motherhood tips and “how-to” hacks, Mommyhood Deconstructed is a gentle but profound call to embrace the imperfect moments of life, Crayola crayons, Lego blocks, and everything in between. Mothers will be inspired to dig a little deeper into the matters of their own heart while gaining the courage to fully accept their worth and purpose in Jesus Christ.
Grab a pair of headphones, a Bible, and your favorite cup of tea or coffee and be refreshed in the second installment of the Mommyhood Deconstructed series as two mothers weigh their faith in the balance of pregnancy, marriage, personal goals, and the need to find a “resting place” for the heart, mind, and soul.
“Why Should I Be Grateful?” ponders a very profound question through the lens of children experiencing the reality of things like bullying, COVID-19, natural disasters, and injustice. With a stance of bold faith and intentional gestures of gratitude, children (and adults alike) can embrace a deeper sense of joy despite the problems they face.