A Blog Devoted to Encouraging Homeschooling Mothers

A Blog Devoted to Encouraging Homeschooling Mothers
The Burts in 2013

Friday, May 3, 2013

Prayer Warrior Mom ~ Covering Your Kids with God's Blessings and Protection by Marla Alupoaicei

Are you a mom? Are you a Christian mom? Are you a mom who prays for your kids ~or a mom who worries she doesn't pray for her kids enough? If you can answer "Yup" to any or all of the above, the book Prayer Warrior Mom by Marla Alupoaicei is a book you need on your nightstand.

Divided nicely into 15 easy-to-read, themed chapters, Prayer Warrior Mom is a thoroughly encouraging and heart impacting book. If you read it, you will be moved to pray for your children in specific, powerful ways. And if you're praying for your children, well, then God will begin to do things in their lives that would not happen otherwise. It is both a privilege and a serious responsibility to raise up children in the way they should go. If we're honest, we can all admit that we need help and encouragement to faithfully complete our task as moms. Buying this book will help you fulfill your God-given call to prayer daily, fervently for your kids.

I have long been a praying mom, and I have no plans to lessen my time spent in prayer for my children. This book was a perfect fit for me, and I was very pleased to find such a large list of recommended resources as well as a study guide included in the book! Doing this book with a small group would be a great way to impact your church's moms, encouraging them to become prayer warrior moms. And there is an online community to support you every step of the way. It really is a book that is fit for the times in which we live.

I hope you buy it; I hope you read it; I hope you live it and pray it.

On my "Page Turner Scale" of 1 to 5, I gave this book a 5.

Disclaimer ~ I received this book free of charge for review purposes from BookSneeze. All opinions shared here are solely my own.

Lord bless you, praying mama!!

Day 264 done :)

Jan L. Burt




1 comment:

  1. help! my son who is in his junior year no longer wants to study and just keeps on playing his musical instruments in preparation for the conservatory daily...been praying, tried encouraging him, coaxing, crying, promising stuff he wants (bribing)...had a very negative experience with his absentee Dad a year ago when he started hitting the books less and less...he keeps insisting/promising that he'll study but he never does...ever had a problem similar to mine? thanks.