Item description for If Mama Goes South, We're All Going with Her by Lindsey O'Connor...
With all that women have to do and the many "hats" they wear, it's easy for them to feel like they are "going south" physically, emotionally, or spiritually. And yet, others are depending on them and being influenced by them. So for those women who are running on empty, feeling lonely or weary, Lindsey O'Connor offers an invigorating dose of hope.
If Mama Goes South, We're All Going with Her looks at five biblical principles from Galatians for overcoming problems that weigh women down and dilute their influence on others. What does it really look like to "not grow weary in well doing"? Am I really making a difference? Why do I feel alone? These questions, and more, are touched upon with splashes of humor and plenty of personal depth. O'Connor includes a chapter about the delivery of her fifth child, an event that forced her into a ten-week coma, from which she is currently and miraculously recovering.
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Studio: Brilliance Audio Lib Ed
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.78" Width: 4.8" Height: 0.76" Weight: 0.59 lbs.
Binding Audio Cassette
Release Date Sep 30, 2003
Publisher Brilliance Audio Lib Ed
ISBN 1593552440 ISBN13 9781593552442
Availability 0 units.
More About Lindsey O'Connor
Lindsey O'Connor is a public speaker and the author of The Christian's Guide to Working at Home (more than 100,000 copies sold) and If Mama Ain't Happy, Ain't Nobody Happy (more than 120,000 copies sold). She has appeared on television and radio and at national conferences such as Heritage Keepers and Hearts at Home. O'Connor and her family live in Castle Rock, Colorado.
Lindsey O'Connor currently resides in Castle Rock, in the state of Colorado. Lindsey O'Connor was born in 1961.
Reviews - What do customers think about If Mama Goes South, We're All Going with Her?
Edifying Read Oct 24, 2008
As a mom of three children five and under, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was very entertaining and speaks in a "tone" that mom's can understand with a unique perspective. I recommend the book for mothers of all kinds, especially stay-at-home mom's, though I'm sure working moms may have some of the same sentiments. It speaks to some of the frustrations encountered while raising kids and served to refocus me on beneficial things.
All Women Are Basically Southern Apr 26, 2004
Lindsey O'Connor confirmed what I have suspected for some time now--that all women have roots in the "south." Only it's not the south you think of with towering magnolia trees, it's the south of stress related to the towering responsibilities of marriage and motherhood. Lindsey "gets" the fact that women are often fatigued in every since of the word, but her faith in a God up North, so to speak, helps us gain the perspective we need to keep those downward turns to a minimum. I also found her take on modesty bold and refreshing--every church youth leader and Christian mother should read this book.