The Plan A Mom In A Plan B World (Book)
In the mix of homework, sports events, meals, bedtime, church, and other activities, we and our children can become stressed and irritable. Even the best mommy can feel drained and over her head. Be encouraged with ways to overcome parenting landmines. With discussion starters at the end of each chapter, this book is popular for:
- Small-group Bible Studies
- MOPs groups
- Mentoring Groups
- Christian Women Job Corp
- Live Out Loud – Scripture study
- Love Out Loud – Discussion questions
- Laugh Out Loud – Humorous stories
- Mom stories from THELMA WELLS and others
- 75 Pointers for a Sane Family
We live in a Plan B World, not the Plan A Garden of Eden God created. In our Plan B world, we experience parenting challenges in the form of illness, accidents, or simply the clash of wills. Divorce, single parenting, and sibling rivalry add to parenting challenges.
Williams unveils 18 Plan B parenting land mines that, if left unchecked, undermine a mom’s attempts to raise her children to love and serve the Lord. She encourages, instructs, and inspires you at every turn to move from the discouragement of Plan B into the fulfillment and peace of God’s Plan A for you and your family.
Karol Ladd, author of The Power of a Positive Woman –
Our perfect plan for parenting may not play out exactly like we thought it would, yet Plan B can lead us to a beautiful dependence on the Lord rather than ourselves. Debbie Williams helps every parent discover the blessings in the Plan B of family life. Through creative insight and biblical wisdom, Debbie gives us just the tools we need to be the parents we have always wanted to be.
Linda Evans, author of When You Don’t Know What to Pray: How to Talk to God about Anything –
Debbie Williams shows us how to bypass the hidden landmines of motherhood and leads us to hope and encouragement. She helps us become the mothers God created us to be.
Janet Thompson, author of Praying for Your Prodigal Daughter: Hope, Help & Encouragement for Hurting Parents –
Having had the experience of being a Plan A mom with a Plan B daughter, I appreciate Debbie William’s sensitivity, humor, and practical tips for defusing the parenting ‘land minds’ that assail every well-intentioned mother. This book is a vital resource for every woman who just wants to be a ‘good mom.