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A Great Stepmom Devotional: Stepparenting With Grace

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Stepmomming is tough stuff. It’s not for the faint of heart. But it is immensely rewarding.

Stepmomming isn’t natural; it’s not something that is common sense or second nature. Becoming a successful stepmom who thrives in her role requires both time and the appropriate tool set to handle the various situations of stepfamily life.

One of my favorite tools as a stepparent is my devotionals. I let go and let God, but I also gain valuable perspective and advice on how to handle different situations. Today, I’m excited to share with you one of my favorite stepmom-specific devotionals, Stepparenting with Grace: A Devotional for Blended Families.

What I Love About Stepparenting With Grace

The Devotions are Encouraging

To start, the devotions are clearly labeled for any situation that you may be facing. Just this morning, I thumbed through and found one I was needing, “Don’t sweat the small stuff.”

Each devotional encourages you with a thought of the day, a scripture, and a closing prayer. This helps me to think about the big lessons, give the little things to God, and understand my place in my stepdaughter’s life.

The Devotions are Relateable

Author Gayla Grace is the director and co-founder of Sisterhood of Stepmoms and a veteran stepmom who guides you through Biblical insights, understanding, and companionship.

I love that as I read her devotions, I can feel a little of what she went through and her walk with God as she learned to stepparent with grace. As someone that’s been where you and I are, she is able to relate in a very real way.

You Learn to Explore Your Worth

You aren’t just here to parent these children. You are here to show them the armor of God. You are to show them unity in your marriage through grace and understanding, and you are to show them what it is like to persevere through all obstacles in any relationship.

Your worth is not defined by what the world thinks of you or even what your children think of you. Your worth is defined by God’s love for you.

As a stepmom who is taking the leap of faith in my own life and stepparenting with grace, I would recommend this devotional to any stepparent.

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