Giveaway: My Mama and Me

My mama and me

One of a mother’s most important jobs is to share her faith with her children. Mother-and-daughter team Crystal Bowman and Teri McKinley provide a perfect way for moms with young children (ages 0–5) to share their faith through the gift of reading with the release of their new book, My Mama and Me, from Tyndale Kids.

My Mama and Me features delightful illustrations and 25 devotions that are designed to answer four questions:
• Can you tell me about God?
• Can you tell me about Jesus?
• What does God think about me?
• How can I show God I love him?

Each devotion includes a rhyming story that teaches children about God, a Scripture verse, a prayer, and a fun activity that reinforces the theme. The book ends with a touching prayer every mother will want to pray for her children.

My Mama and Me encourages mothers to grow closer to God and to their children as they spend time together. The book is a companion to Bowman’s My Grandma and Me, which was a resource for grandmothers to pass their faith on to their grandchildren.

ParentLife has 5 copies of this great book to giveaway to our readers! Enter through the form below (only open to U.S. residents).

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  1. needing ideas to have fun with my kids

  2. Nicole Hamilton says:

    My favorite memories of my mom are when she use to make goodies for so many people during Christmas. She always baked for church family & friends and also for her coworkers. She still baked a little, but nothing like she did so many years ago!

  3. Kayla Rice says:

    So many memories that are my favorite. Most of the best memories are just the special time we spent together.

  4. My favorite memories w/my mom are that she was just always there, no matter what, no matter where. I now have 4 grandollars and want to be there for them like she still is for me!

  5. All memories are food related! Especially memorable are the pressure cooking “accidents” when the thing would fly off!

  6. Special memories of my mother are going down the road in the big green station wagon and mother and all four of us girls singing at the top of our lungs!

  7. Some of my favorite memories are of getting to tag along when she went to various crafting classes. We’re both crafters today!

  8. I would love some of these ideas!!

  9. Corinne parks says:

    This would be wonderful!

  10. Leah Kelly says:

    My favorite memory of my mom are the many trips that we took to swim meets. She would give up her whole weekend one or two times a month. She cheered for me and had my towel ready after every event. I love the memories.

  11. Tammie Howell says:

    I’d love to give this to my daughter – she and my son-in-law are making us Grandparents!

  12. Tammie Howell says:

    I’d love to give this to my daughter, who’s expecting her first child. My brother and I still love to hear our mom read to our children. I’ve enjoyed reading to mine and I trust my daughter will carry on that tradition!

  13. Kids and devotions…simple, fun, learning! A lovely giveaway 🙂

  14. Her teaching me to cook/bake.

  15. Could use a great tool like this 🙂

  16. Painting at the park is a precious moment.

  17. going to open houses together!

  18. My favorite memories with my mom are the little things she would do to make things a bit more special for me, our family, and others. she always went above and beyond in the most thoughtful ways, and still does to this day! because I’d this, I have a HUGE appreciation for thoughtfulness, and am aware of how thoughtful God is to us in our lives!

  19. Neat idea

  20. Natalie Rodges says:

    I love reading to my little guy! And this little treasure is right up our reading alley!!! 🙂

  21. My mom is an amazing woman full of strength and courage and love for Jesus. Some of my best memories is talking with her late at night after she came home from her second job and catching up. She was tired, but being plugged in to what was going on in her kids lives was very important to her. I loved that time we had together.

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