Unsupermommy: Embracing Imperfection and Connecting to God's Superpower
: No mommy can live up to SuperMommy expectations! Thankfully, God is not looking for perfection. God is calling on imperfect moms to be faithfully plugged into his superpowers. It's not your circumstances that make surviving (we will not even...
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No mommy can live up to SuperMommy expectations! Thankfully, God is not looking for perfection. God is calling on imperfect moms to be faithfully plugged into his superpowers. It's not your circumstances that make surviving (we will not even talk about thriving!) with a baby so hard, it is your heart.
In UnsuperMommy, Maggie delves into the nitty-gritty hard work of being a new mom in a practical and personal approach. Through her own experience of having three babies in three years, she shares how God used the trenches of motherhood to transform her life by releasing her from the pressure of perfection. Her desire is to see moms released from the discouragement of motherhood dreams that didn't come true and freed from expectations prevalent in our society, social media, blogs, and even our own hearts.
Maggie's candid motherhood story will inspire you to embrace your own imperfection as a means to receiving God's grace. You don't need to be a SuperMom when you rely on the grace of a super-powered God.
Maggie Combs is passionate about helping moms recognize their imperfections as opportunities for God's unending strength. She is a mom of three busy boys and blames their unending energy and solid build on her tall, active husband. Maggie grew up dreaming of motherhood because she assumed it would increase her social life. She thought wrong. Now Maggie uses her stolen moments to write about the down and dirty realities of motherhood, occasionally getting these thoughts corralled online on Instagram (@unsupermommy) or her blog www. unsupermommy.com . She escapes from the crazy by spending quality time with her husband...and her Kindle. Her family is currently building a new house on the hobby farm she grew up on in Lakeville, Minnesota.