Long Days of Small Things: Motherhood as a Spiritual Discipline

Long Days of Small Things: Motherhood as a Spiritual Discipline Review

Rich, soul-inspiring practices for moms who have neither quiet nor time.
Dirty laundry, crayon-smeared bills, and smashed crackers . . . And there's your Bible--buried under a pile of diapers. Bleary-eyed from lack of sleep, without a moment of peace and quiet, you wonder if the spiritual life you crave is even possible. But God sees you. He designed this parenting journey, after all. He understands the chaos of motherhood. And he joins you in everything--whether you're scrubbing the floor, nursing a fussy newborn, or driving to soccer practice. Catherine McNiel invites you to connect with God right here, in the sacred mundane of every mothering moment.

Title:Long Days of Small Things: Motherhood as a Spiritual Discipline

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  • Catherine McNiel

    I have read this book literally hundreds of times! But then again, I wrote it. :)...

  • Dorothy Greco

    Catherine McNeil's book, Long Days of Small Things is as refreshing as it is brilliant. I've not read many books that are willing to explore mothering as a spiritual discipline. Catherine's book has t...

  • Michele Morin

    In 1914, when Woodrow Wilson signed the proclamation designating the second Sunday in May as a national holiday to celebrate mothers, there’s no way he could have predicted the century of retail hoo...

  • Ashley

    Since I read One Thousand Gifts by Ann Voskamp, I’ve been extra wary of even small threads of mysticism that find their way into the fabric of a book dedicated to teaching others how to live the Chr...

  • Aimee Fritz

    Tonight I read the new book Long Days of Small Things-Motherhood as a Spiritual Discipline by Catherine McNiel. Every page.I have a thousand thoughts about the redemption, reclamation, and renaming th...

  • Bethany

    This book was just what I needed in my life. Addressing the weary Mother who has no extra time for herself much less to have solitude and quiet to focus on the Lord, this book is an excellent reminder...

  • Heather Caliri

    This is an essential read for Christian moms, methinks--not because we need yet another manual to tell us what to do, but because we need precisely the opposite: a rich resource to remind us of the ho...

  • Ebookwormy1

    This will be a personal review because I’m going to tell you, right from the start, that Catherine McNiel is a treasured friend.If you saw this book on the shelf with it’s bright photograph of a m...

  • Collette Broady Grund

    It is so tempting to accept the traditional paradigms of practicing faith: quiet contemplation, hours spent in prayer and scripture study, serving the poor and sick. Yet, as parents, especially when o...

  • Nicole  Walters

    Honestly, at first, I approached this book with the thought - oh, more spiritual practices I don’t have time for as a busy mom. Another book to tell me what I should be doing and I’ll try for a li...