Mom Seeks God Kindle HDX Giveaway and “Moms’ May Day” Facebook Party!

April 29

Mom Seeks God by Julia Roller offers a highly relatable story and useful advice to help new moms grow in their faith as they address life changes with grace, patience, and prayer. As readers discover ten essential faith practices, they’ll learn that motherhood itself is a spiritual discipline and can be God’s most effective technique for forming a more Christ-like life.


About the book: The first months and years of motherhood can be the most challenging and disorienting of your life—and faith. When you’re surrounded by the happy chaos of children, how do you spend quiet time with God if the only quiet time you get is while you sleep? How can you demonstrate a solid spiritual life to your children if you don’t have time to pursue one yourself?
When Julia Roller discovered that her spiritual growth had been stunted by the busyness of life with her toddler, she embarked on a yearlong journey through ten spiritual disciplines: prayer, fellowship, submission, study, simplicity, silence, worship, fasting, service, and celebration. As she focused on each discipline, she discovered practical ways to observe them—even in the chaos of her every day.

From the mouth of a book-reviewing mother of two teenagers and a 17 month old:

My 17 month old wants my immediate attention anytime I get up to do something productive (or enjoyable, like blogging), even though two minutes earlier he was playing contently without me!   Julia, the author, taught me a few things about motherhood and spiritually and how the two can co-exist, even thought it’s not how we’d think they should.  I would love to work on all of the spiritual disciplines she discussed and ventured through in her book.  Yet, as I think back to her experiences, I see that it is okay to go at my own pace and to do it in a relaxed, nonrigid way, as to keep my priorities as wife and mother in line.   Life isn’t to be lived by a set of rules or even by a set daily schedule.  Life throws us punches and our little ones (and teenagers) need our attention at the seemingly most inconvenient times.  Yet, those kiddos are part of our ministry and we shouldn’t let stuff or lists get in the way of showing them what true christian living is — loving and serving one another.

Don’t be so hard on yourself, mom!  (Talking to myself here a bit!)

I received this book via the Litfuse Publishing in exchange for honestly reviewing the book and participating in the book tour.  Read reviews by other moms!


Purchase a copy and find out more about Julia at: https://www.juliaroller.comAbout the Author: Julia Roller is an author and editor. Her books include Mom Seeks God(Abingdon Press), A Year with God(with Richard J. Foster), A Year with Aslan, and 25 Books Every Christian Should Read. Working with Renovaré, she has also co-authored four spiritual formation guides. She has written study guides for authors such as Desmond Tutu, Richard J. Foster, Henri Nouwen, Jenna Bush, and Rob Bell. Her articles have appeared in The San Francisco Chronicle, Street Spirit, Group, Rev.!, and Children’s Ministry. She and her family live in San Diego, California.

Julia is celebrating the book’s release with a fun giveaway and connecting with moms during a live Facebook author chat.


One winner will receive:

  • A Kindle HDX
  • Mom Seeks God by Julia Roller

Enter today by clicking one of the icons below. But hurry, the giveaway ends on May 1st. Winner will be announced at “Moms’ May Day” Facebook Party on May 1st. Connect with Julia for an encouraging discussion on spiritual discipline and finding joy in the middle of motherhood. Win prizes, connect with other moms, and be inspired.

So grab your copy of Mom Seeks God and join Julia on the evening of May 1st for a chance to connect and make some new friends. (If you haven’t read the book, don’t let that stop you from coming!)

Don’t miss a moment of the fun; RSVP todayTell your friends via FACEBOOK or TWITTER and increase your chances of winning. Hope to see you on the 1st!

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