Hooray for motherhood! Well, that's how most of us would like to feel, but sometimes, as a mom, it's hard to get up. Sharon calls us to rise up--but we don't have to do it in our strength. Being a Great Mom provides practical tips and adds verve back into mothering.
-Patsy Clairmont, Author and Speaker
In an age when motherhood is not valued as it should be, those women who do take on this noble role should be called, "Blessed." Sharon Jaynes has written an encouraging book that provides practical information for all mothers, whether their children are two or 20. Using biblical principles and entertaining anecdotes, Jaynes has created the "how-to-manual" moms didn't receive at the hospital before they left with their newborns. Jaynes has provided just the motivation and inspiration moms need to become women of Proverbs 31.
-Beverly LaHaye, Founder and Chairman of Concerned Women for America
Next to my deepest desire of one day hearing the Lord say to me "Well done" is my desire that my seven children will rise up and call me blessed. In her book, Being a Great Mom, Raising Great Kids, Sharon Jaynes offers practical ways that enable and encourage us mothers to be all that the Lord wants us to be so that we will one day not only hear Him say, "Well done," but our children will rise up and call us blessed.
-Gigi Graham Tchividjian, Author and Speaker
Parenting can be a lonely and difficult experience. You need a friend who has been there--someone who loves you enough to encourage you, someone who tells you the truth. Well, I have very good news for you. Sharon Jaynes is the friend you've been looking for. Her heart is warm and her wisdom is straightforward. This is a wonderful book.
-Robert Wolgemuth, Author, She Calls Me Daddy