Lindsay Schlegel’s debut book takes a look at spiritual lessons we can learn from our motherhood.
Colleen Duggan invites us to give up trying to be a perfect mom and instead embrace the real joys and challenges of family life.
Jeannie Ewing helps us to see that times of waiting can be God’s invitation to grow closer to him.
With honesty, vulnerability, and humor, Kate Wicker encourages us to let go of perfectionism and embrace God’s plan for our joy.
Do you know about Divine Mercy? Emily Jaminet and Michele Faehnle team up to give us an inspiring look at this devotion from a mom’s perspective.
In this edgy, honest, and often audacious book of Catholic spirituality, blogger and popular podcaster Maria Morera Johnson explores the qualities of 24 holy women who lived lives of virtue in unexpected and often difficult circumstances.
Sonja Corbitt weaves the Word of God with her own experiences to show readers how the Holy Spirit flows through their lives in relationships, prayer, and even in times of suffering.
Roger Thomas’ debut novel is a contemporary story with vibrant, sympathetic characters whose struggles and triumphs illustrate that love doesn’t always look like you would expect.
Lisa Hendey allows readers to peek into the window of her own spiritual journey, showing how the virtues of belief, generativity, creativity, integrity, humility, vulnerability, saying no, and starting over lead to generous living and the ability to joyously say yes to God.
Danielle Bean validates the dignity and importance of motherhood by helping mothers how to use 8 uniquely feminine strengths to find peace, balance, and joy in being the woman God created and called them to be.