MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) August 19, 2020
“Commonsensical Mom”: an illuminating read that will lead one into good parenting through a mother’s own experience of having been guided by the Spirit throughout her life. “Commonsensical Mom” is the creation of published author Kristine Lindskoog, a wife of twenty-two years and a mother to two adult sons. She began writing a blog called Commonsensical Mom in 2014, which documents her life as wife and mother, as well as a woman with Multiple Sclerosis.
Lindskoog shares, “I don’t know about you, but I didn’t have an instruction manual when I had my kids. I think knowing how to raise kids is more important than, say, cooking a box of macaroni and cheese or assembling some flat-pack furniture, even though those things always come with instructions so that you are given a standard to get an acceptable and predictable result.
“May my experiences on motherhood help you see what my husband and I did to raise our sons to be kind, respectful, and intelligent young men. After all, it worked not once, but twice! I pray you can glean any morsel of wisdom because we all need more wisdom. I hope you can see the Holy Spirit at work in my parenting as I think walking in the fruit of the Spirit is just common sense.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Kristine Lindskoog’s new book holds out uplifting devotionals that hope to inspire and educate. May every reader find value in themselves and pursue a well-lived life.
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Consumers can purchase “Commonsensical Mom” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
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