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Mothering with Spiritual Power Mothering With Spiritual Power Is An Eloquent And Heartfelt Book That Speaks To Mothers Of The Sacred Nature Of Motherhood And The Awesome Spiritual Power Available To Them Through The Gospel Of Jesus Christ Using Twenty Five Favorite Book Of Mormon Scriptures As Inspiration, Debra Woods Shows Mothers How They Can Find Answers To A Myriad Of Parenting Questions And Challenges As They Raise Their Children In The Latter Days Through Stories And Experiences Taken From Her Own Life, She Offers Simple Suggestions For Making Meaningful Connections With Your Children Suggestions On How To Turn Weaknesses Into Strengths, Ideas On How To Foster An Atmosphere Of Peace And Harmony, Ways In Which Mothers Can Support Each Other, And Helps For The Mother Who Must Forgive Her Children, And Herself Mothering With Spiritual Power Is A Celebration Of Motherhood, Family Life, And The Difference The Gospel Of Jesus Christ Can Make For Mothers And Families Everywhere


10 thoughts on “Mothering with Spiritual Power

  1. says:

    I first read this book last year when I needed some spiritual nourishment I remember bringing it with me to the dentist office and reading it It completely took my mind off the root canal that was coming This book had such a profound effect on me it was worth reading again What I loved most about this book was how Debra explained how to nurture your family through these latter days with scripture accounts and stories in relation to obstacles even the most dedicated mother faces in these time I first read this book last year when I needed some spiritual nourishment I remember bringing it with me to the dentist office and reading it It completely took my mind off the root canal that was coming This book had such a profound effect on me it was worth reading again What I loved most about this book was how Debra explained how to nurture your family through these latter days with scripture accounts and stories in relation to obstacles even the most dedicated mother faces in these times She also gave me examples through her own experiences of the importance of mothering and how it is equally important for mothers to nurture themselves in order to educate their children to their fullest potentials She illustrated how to turn weakness into strengths and to provide a harmonious atmosphere for your family through reading and studying the Scriptures This is a book that I have put on my list as a gift to other mothers whether they are new or pros at life as a mother Inspiring


  2. says:

    This book is great because it is easy to read and the chapters are short Which, is a bonus for me For some reason I don t feel as overwhelmed when reading books where the chapters go on and on Plus, it makes it easy to read a chapter a night Besides the ease, I like this book because it really is what the title says it is learning how to become a mother that relies on the Gospel and the Holy Ghost to guide her There are many parenting books and many parenting styles However, reading LDS This book is great because it is easy to read and the chapters are short Which, is a bonus for me For some reason I don t feel as overwhelmed when reading books where the chapters go on and on Plus, it makes it easy to read a chapter a night Besides the ease, I like this book because it really is what the title says it is learning how to become a mother that relies on the Gospel and the Holy Ghost to guide her There are many parenting books and many parenting styles However, reading LDS inspired books are always the most comforting to me.Woods uses twenty five scriptures to help guide mothers She gives advice for difficult parenting challenges From how to respond to children all the way to how to remember that it is by small and simple things are great things brought to pass Alma 37 6


  3. says:

    I loved this book because it gave me strength and guidance It helped me realize that although I m not a perfect mother, I can be better And, it reminded me of the importance of daily scripture study It was a powerful book and will be a book that I will read again and againfor inspiration.


  4. says:

    I read this book slowly a couple of chapters a week in the very early mornings while my kids were still asleep It s inspiring in its use of scriptures to guide mothers I found that by reading it slowly I was able to digest and incorporate the words better Very inspiring for me


  5. says:

    Very well written Debra s advice is easy to read, and it s just like sitting down talking to a friend who has great suggestions on what has worked for her I definitely recommend it to Moms who want to increase their spirituality in raising their children.


  6. says:

    So, I was getting ready for bed last night and I noticed this little book at the bottom of my pile of books you know, the one we all have on our night stands I pulled it out and found this book my family gave me for mother s day last year I felt compelled to start reading it and I was up til 2 30 in the morning I could not stop reading I was definately inspired to pick up this book and I found much needed wisdom for my life right now Being a mother is my favorite job but also the most So, I was getting ready for bed last night and I noticed this little book at the bottom of my pile of books you know, the one we all have on our night stands I pulled it out and found this book my family gave me for mother s day last year I felt compelled to start reading it and I was up til 2 30 in the morning I could not stop reading I was definately inspired to pick up this book and I found much needed wisdom for my life right now Being a mother is my favorite job but also the most difficult I had to get a notebook out in the middle of the night to write down my thoughts as I read I was afraid they would be lost to the wee hours if I didn t capture them My husband woke up this morning and said, You wrote a book report in the middle of the night I think this book will be added to my must read once a year list


  7. says:

    I loved this book It was great to read just a chapter a night I learned so much


  8. says:

    The good thing about this was that it was a short read and I did enjoy Chapters 3 and 11 But ultimately, I had two problems with this book 1 It is just not my sort of book I don t really respond well to books that seem like someone just walked off the street and wrote down their thoughts If I had a nickel for every time she said in my experience or over the years At one point she said I am happy to report, though, that I m making positive strides in that area I just didn t care abou The good thing about this was that it was a short read and I did enjoy Chapters 3 and 11 But ultimately, I had two problems with this book 1 It is just not my sort of book I don t really respond well to books that seem like someone just walked off the street and wrote down their thoughts If I had a nickel for every time she said in my experience or over the years At one point she said I am happy to report, though, that I m making positive strides in that area I just didn t care about or feel invested in her strides And 2 Her anxiety leeched all over me It just became clear that I am a very different person parent from her and really, really don t respond well to the kind of rhetoric that was used throughout At one point she wrote In my experience as a mother the child rearing experts in our lives do not always come with academic or professional credentials in tow Instead they sometimes come in the form of well meaning family members and friends who feel sure they know what is best for our children and don t hesitate to advise us YESSSS This is the only part I adamantly agree with It seemed like this entire book was an incredibly well meaning Sacrament Talk that I ultimately found lacking in accordance with how I am as a person


  9. says:

    This book is made up of 24 small chapters, each expounding how the author applied a particular verse from the Book of Mormon to mothering It wasn t compelling, but it was instructive and VERY helpful It helped me gain a new perspective on how to study the scriptures and apply the principles to myself and my family.I loved the chapters Praying unto the Lord for the Consecration of Our Work , Speaking with the Tongue of Angels , Supporting Each Other as Mothers , Forgiving Ourselves for Our This book is made up of 24 small chapters, each expounding how the author applied a particular verse from the Book of Mormon to mothering It wasn t compelling, but it was instructive and VERY helpful It helped me gain a new perspective on how to study the scriptures and apply the principles to myself and my family.I loved the chapters Praying unto the Lord for the Consecration of Our Work , Speaking with the Tongue of Angels , Supporting Each Other as Mothers , Forgiving Ourselves for Our Shortcomings , and Remembering the By Small and Simple Things Philosophy This really tells youabout where I am right now than it does the book, but how I loved feeling encouraged to keep going and calm down I want to buy this and give it to every new mother at a baby shower But I don t know if it would be very valuable until someone has had a little experience of failing and succeeding and trying and crying and praying over the new person you get to become once you re a mother Then again, maybe that was just me


  10. says:

    Woods uses 25 scriptures to form a type of parenting guide, specifically for mothers Each chapter is relatively short, so the book can be picked up at any time and can be read out of order She offers some beautiful insights into the lovely and amazing, yet exhausting and trying journey called motherhood Her insights are from her own personal experience, but are all founded in the gospel and point the reader to a higher Source of wisdom than can be found in any popular parenting book I look f Woods uses 25 scriptures to form a type of parenting guide, specifically for mothers Each chapter is relatively short, so the book can be picked up at any time and can be read out of order She offers some beautiful insights into the lovely and amazing, yet exhausting and trying journey called motherhood Her insights are from her own personal experience, but are all founded in the gospel and point the reader to a higher Source of wisdom than can be found in any popular parenting book I look forward to reading this again soon and will add my favorite insights along the way A favorite for this week While motherhood is not perfect, we have the opportunity to share many beautiful and perfect moments with our children every day p 26 As my mind tries to review those moments at the end of each day, it helps me to realize the fulfillment and joy I find in motherhood despite the continual effort and work required I hesitate to read books in this genre, but found this one to be worth the time