True Christian Motherhood {Giveaway}

Are you a mom who is discouraged, tired of the day to day, wondering if it’s really worth it? Are you looking for encouragement and vision? In a society that embraces abortion and fractures families, many women have no idea how true Christian motherhood should look. Mothers who seek to base their decisions on God’s Word rather than societal norms are few and far between and Titus 2 women are hard to find.

June Fuentes  has been sharing her wisdom at A Wise Woman Builds Her Home for the last 8 years. She recently wrote an eBook, True Christian Motherhood, that seeks to fill some of this void. ‘True Christian Motherhood‘ offers encouragement, vision and Titus 2 advice for mothers, single women and grandmothers.

Pay attention to that little boy playing in the sandbox–he might very well be the world’s next church planter. That little girl in the corner who is quietly playing with dolls might one day raise a martyr for Christ. The little baby in your arms whom you cradle today could very well go to Africa one day and share the gospel with lost tribes.

This is a key it’s not about self-fulfillment, it’s about raising children to be mighty men and women of God.

He who finds his life will lose it, and he who loses his life for My sake will find it.

In God’s good providence, powerful world changers are formed in the quiet day to day tasks of motherhood.

True Christian Motherhood‘  provides a glimpse of the vision and then offers practical advice that will change your focus, how you relate to your children and more.  Each chapter is brief (perfect for a busy mom) and ends with challenge questions for further consideration.

 ‘True Christian Motherhood’  is available here for $7 or buy the Kindle edition (also $7).

The Giveaway

This giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to Amy Mac who won a copy of “True Christian Motherhood”.

One Raising Olives reader will win a copy of ‘True Christian Motherhood’.

To enter:

  • Leave a comment on this post telling me about your journey as a Christian mother or your desire to become one.

For additional entries (please leave separate comments for each) share a link to this giveaway via Facebook, Twitter or your blog.

Giveaway will end Thursday, October 27.

Thanks to The Modest Mom for sponsoring this review. I received a complimentary copy in order to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own.


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54 Responses to True Christian Motherhood {Giveaway}
  1. GiGI
    October 26, 2011 | 10:06 pm

    I would love this book, as a mom of many i strive to raise them according to scripture. I would love this as encouragement!!!


  2. Elizabeth
    October 26, 2011 | 10:43 pm

    I am a relatively young mom of three boys whom I pray will become Godly men. I have struggled to find mentors or more seasoned Godly women to help me on this journey. This has proven to be very difficult. Generations of ‘working’ women just tell me I’ll survive, as though staying at home and homeschooling is so foreign a concept they have nothing better to offer. Many tell me I should focus solely on my husband, put my children in ‘real’ school and go to work so all of the hardship of provision does not fall on him. Attempts to glean gems of wisdom have instead turned in to efforts to defend myself on what God has put in my heart to do for my family. The Godly elderly women in my church are seemingly wonderful, but their full grown children do not even attend church on holidays, and as far as ‘showing fruit’ that frightens me immensely. This world is a scary place and it would be such a blessing to read wisdom from God’s word and learn what he expects from me.

  3. Brandi Skidmore
    October 27, 2011 | 11:30 am

    When I became a mother, I wasn’t a Christian. My pregnancy was horrible, my marriage was barely held together. After my first, I became a believer and saw my life radically changed! My subsequent pregnancies were dreams as far as my attitude, my marriage has healed and my children are being raised in the fear and admonishing of the Lord. Instead of thinking abortion is ok, I am repulsed by it. Instead of wanting to send my babes to public school, I relish keeping them home. The Lord has truly changed my life and I begin to understand more and more that a woman is saved through childbearing