Find fulfillment in knowing that every task, no matter how small, has incredible significance to God. A mom’s work is never finished—from changing diapers and fixing meals, to helping kids with their homework. Often the first one to rise and the last one to sleep, a mom doesn’t need a special award for her work; she just wants to feel like her work matters and is appreciated. But often, mothers don’t always feel they are affirmed for all that they do. $1.99 until April 30/14
Am I Messing Up My Kids? by Lysa TerKeurst is our next Online Bible Study. The book is only $12.99 from Proverbs31 - buy it here! http://www.p31bookstore.com/collections/by-lysa-terkeurst/products/am-i-messing-up-my-kids
Stop Acting Rich by Thomas J. Stanley - A continuation of his books The Millionaire Next Door and The Millionaire Mind, Stanley, a researcher into the habits of very wealthy people, says that to be rich, we need to not emulate the habits of those who appear rich and instead act like the rich really do. The people we see buying expensive clothes, driving super-luxury cars, and wearing fancy watches are usually just good at spending lots of money and appearing to be rich.