Moms’ Night Out and other things I miss by Kerri Pomarolli {Review}

Moms' Night Out and other things I miss by Kerri Pomarolli {Review} - jenniferajanes.com

I received a free copy of Moms’ Night Out and other things I miss . . . from Litfuse Publicity Group in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

Moms’ Night Out and other things I miss by Kerri Pomarolli

About the book:

As a Mom, couldn’t you use a good laugh?

Inspired by the endearing, true-to-life movie Moms’ Night Out, comedian Kerri Pomarolli has created this light, yet inspiring devotional that will definitely make you laugh, but will also help you discover that indeed you are not alone, and that God’s gracious provision of love and faithfulness is at work in your life and of your loved ones.

Whether you’re running full-speed-ahead or disappointed that it’s Monday (again), you’ll find joy in these devotions where Kerri shares hilarious stories and insights on daily life. Messy homes, messy kids, lost pets, never ending casseroles, forgetful husbands, and the desire to just take a long bath . . . This world can be a funny place, and these stories are bound to prove it. Read a devotion to brighten your morning, or catch a few words to make you smile before bed. There’s never a bad time for a good laugh, and as a Mom, you need aMoms’ Night Out and Other Things I Miss: Devotions To Help You Survive.
Purchase a copy: http://ow.ly/wAUa1

About the author: 

Called Hollywood’s “God Girl,” Kerri Pomarolli is an accomplished actress, comedian, published author, Christian speaker and veteran of television—with credits that include 29 appearances on The Tonight Show and Comedy Central.

 

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My thoughts: I’ve been reading a devotional a day since I received the book, and I look forward to it every morning! Kerri does a wonderful job of imparting spiritual truth while keeping it real with humor and glimpses into the dailiness of her life as a mom. I love the “lists” interspersed throughout the book too. Everything she says is absolutely true, but most of us won’t admit it. We’re so busy trying to look our best that we forget everyone else is struggling (and trying to hide it) too.

 

Each short devotional ends with some thought-provoking questions and a prayer. They leave me feeling a little closer to God and thankful that I’m sharing the journey with so many wonderful moms! This is a wonderful book to follow the Moms’ Night Out book and movie with! It reinforces their message in a very practical way.

 

See what others thought about the book on the Litfuse Group’s book page!

 

Don’t miss my review of Moms’ Night Out, the movie novelization by Tricia Goyer!

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