Five-Minute Reflections for Modern Moms
by Jennifer Grant
"Jennifer Grant shares her journey to discovering God’s whole-hearted love smack in the middle of her everyday life. Settle in … and experience the ahhhhhh of his presence.” — Elisa Morgan , Speaker, and Author of The Beauty of Broken Publisher
Wholehearted Living addresses the authentic concerns, fears, and joys that women experience as they strive against the imperfect "have it all" mentality.
"Developing a habit of frequently expressing thanks helps me deepen a sense of gratitude."
"Wholehearted Living is manna from heaven for every woman lost in the wilderness of motherhood." — Dale Hanson Bourke
Loyola Press author Amy Andrews chats with Jennifer Grant about Wholehearted Living. Watch the video here!
Michelle Van Loon
"Rest is definitely the hardest practice for me as a mother. There is always more I could be doing with—and for—my kids."
Grant does a wonderful job of helping us make daily personal spiritual growth and reflection a priority when time is in short supply.
Rachel Marie Stone
Wholehearted Living isn’t about doing MORE or feeling GUILTY. It’s kind of about taking five (5!) minutes to wash the windows of your heart, soul, and mind, and letting a bit of light in.
Ellen Painter Dollar
The core message of Wholehearted Living is that while our families and responsibilities will sometimes pull us in a million directions or make us feel that we’ve handed out so much of ourselves to other people that there’s very little left for us, we can take a few minutes each day to nurture quiet and engage in meaningful reflection.