Mama Needs a Time-Out
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Need a time-out from your kids and a moment or two with God?
Filled with mirth and encouragement, this inspirational devotional leads you through the names of God as you march through the trenches of motherhood.
These short devotions and life stories, told in Heather’s “been-there-done-that” voice will help you laugh at life’s most embarrassing moments, remember that God is with you in the midst of your worst moments, and help you put things back into some sort of perspective.
Doesn’t every mom, the sleep-deprived, squabbling-refereeing, hormone-wacked, women that we are, need a time-out now and then? This book might be the next best thing. Step off the mommy treadmill for some encouragement and spiritual refreshment.
Heather Riggleman lives in Nebraska with her three children and husband. When she isn’t writing about her latest mothering experience, you can find her speaking to mom’s groups all across her grand state of Nebraska. She also has something new to offer her readers. With a few of her friends, Heather is launching a new online talk show geared for women: www.herviewfromhome.com
“Feeling worn out, unseen, unappreciated, overwhelmed? Heather Riggleman writes with understanding, a touch of humor, and a lot of grace. Her words lifted my eyes to the Father God who sees and loves me, and lifted my heart with our common connection as moms. I highly recommend this book!”
Tricia Goyer, author of 32 books, including Blue Like Play Dough: The Shape of Motherhood in the Grip of God
“Heather offers bite-sized pieces of scripture in thought-provoking chapter designed to encourage modern-day moms. If you want to learn and grow both personally and spiritually at the same time, read this book. Mary Byers, author of The Mother Load: How to Meet Your Needs While Caring for Your Family.
“After hearing ‘MOMMY’ all day once, I asked my toddler to call me ‘Jen’ for the rest of the day. Mommy, Mama, Mom…we hear our name called constantly. Motherhood is so incredible and so hard. Mama Needs A Time-Out, not only acknowledges the challenges of parenting, but it describes the powerful names of God and reminds us that He is the strength and patience and wisdom and energy we all need to be theincredible mothers He created us to be.” ~Jen Hatmaker, author of 9 books including A Modern Girl’s Guide to Bible Study and Out of theSpin Cycle: Devotions to Lighten Your Mother Load.
“As a mother of two and woman of faith, I found a strong connection with, “Mama Needs A Time-Out.” The authors naked truth about the struggles and triumphs of motherhood are easily relatable. It’s a perfect book for any mom who wants to use scripture to help bring encouragement to life’s everyday challenges”. Leslie Means, author of Ella B. Bella and the Magic Pink Shoes and former Co-Host for Good Morning Nebraska.
“Heather Riggleman is amazingly insightful in her new book, Mama Needs a Time-Out. Beautifully relating the various names of God with real-life challenges busy mothers face, Heather candidly draws from her own personal ‘mama’ journey and helps mothers know God is real in real life.” Stephanie Shott is the fonder of The M.O.M. Initiative, author of Understand What Matters Most and an international speaker.
Young moms are short on time, yet desperate for encouragement. With humor and empathy, Heather Riggleman’s short “love notes” will point them to the God who knows their name, loves them immeasurably, and longs to guide them in this crucial calling of mothering. Dee Brestin, author of The Friendships of Women and Falling in Love with Jesus.
“Moms long to know that God is real and present with them in the nitty-gritty, day-to-day aspects of their mothering. Through exploring the meaning of several of God’s names, Heather gives moms the assurance not only that God is present in every moment of their day, but that He’s there in exactly the way they need. Mama Needs a Time Out will bless and encourage every mom, no matter what stage of parenting they’re in.” Megan Breedlove, best selling author of Manna for Moms.