The High Calling of Motherhood Blog Tour

Having children was always my plan. In fact, when I was in college my college roommate and I joked about being there as plan B until plan A of being a stay-at-home mom fell into place.

When I found out that I was having our first child, I was so excited and as the time approached my fear was not necessarily in the process but in everything after.

Everything I thought I always wanted was happening and the reality was very different than the dream. To be completely honest, I was scared. I did not know what I was going to do.

Then all the normal mom questions fly through your head. Will I be good a good mother?  Will I know what to do when they need to eat in the night? What if they cry and won't stop? Most importantly, I wanted them to know about Jesus and I didn’t want to mess that up. 

There is a lot of pressure in being a mom. Pressures from family and friends, pressures from society, pressures from schools and it seems to be coming from all sides and the fear of failure can be immense.

In Chimene Shipley Dupler’s new book, The High Calling of Motherhood, she addresses three major areas of being a mother. We are taught to see our role as a mother from God's perspective, to live out that calling, and to take on this role with intention. 

My favorite thing about this book, aside from many other parenting books, is her consistency to stick to a biblical view. While emphasizing the family and family values, she beautifully inspires you to take back your God-given calling. 

She helps mothers embrace the role they have been chosen for and motivates them to be the women their children so desperately need.

The High Calling of Motherhood is written in three parts.
Part 1: The Orphan: Motherhood Abandoned
Part 2:  Changing Our Worldview: Embrace the Calling of Motherhood
Part 3: Impact and Influence for the Next Generation: Raising World Changers

Before I had children, I was a special education teacher and many people still ask if I am teaching. I tell them I stay home with my children. “Oh,” they may say as if that role were not as worthy. Many times, I have felt or been made to feel as if that were not the most important job I could be given. God’s view is quite different of who I am.

I have been chosen with the honor of being a mother. I am fully equipped to be able to parent with God’s grace. I have been called with a purpose and have been supplied with the grace needed to carry out this calling. Page 35

Our time with our children is limited and having the time to point them to Jesus while in our influence is critical. Through The High Calling of Motherhood we are encouraged to make this time intentional, impactful, and full of the joy and the love of Christ. This formation takes time and work. As parents, we must be willing to put in the time and work.

Parenting is hard work- simply because it is heart work. When we are invested in reaching a person’s heart, it is hard work. Creating a firm and solid foundation that can handle the storms and trials of life takes time. Page 126

Being mom is the best job and opportunity that I have been given. It is truly a gift from God. Through mothering, God has taught me so many things about myself and about His character as a parent. As believers, we are truly blessed to have the best example of parenting in our Heavenly Father.

Chimene Shipley Dupler, the founder of Passions4Moms, has done a wonderful job of encouraging mothers that they are not alone. She reminds us of the gift and joy that we have been given. She helps us to not look to the world for our view of motherhood and look to God because He has created us as mothers and keepers of His precious children.

Mothering is a role that we must use to leave a print on this world and the opportunity to create world changers out of the children we have been entrusted to care for.

We must never underestimate our power of influence for such a time as this. We are part of a story – God’s story – and our position of influence can absolutely change a family, a nation, a culture, or an entire generation. Page 15

The High Calling of Motherhood Releases May 1, 2017. You can pre-order it today by following the links below. 
For the next few hours, you can also enter to win a choice of two gifts. Follow the link below. The winner will get to choose between a custom made “World Changer” necklace by The Giving Keys {that is being unveiled at the Passion4Moms conference} or two tickets to attend the Passion4Moms conference being held in DC, May 5-6, 2017

The High of Calling of Motherhood Blog Tour Giveaway

Chimene Shipley Dupler, Founder and President/CEO of Pink Polka Dot Productions and the Passion4Moms ministry, is a well-respected speaker and professional on marriage and parenting. Chimene loves the opportunity to help others achieve their goals and work through struggles to make their marriages, parenting, and life experiences fabulous. Passion4Moms continues to bless, encourage, and inspire mothers through conferences, speaking engagements, and other events.
Previously, Chimene worked on Capitol Hill in the United States Senate and with foster homes and residential treatment centers as a social worker. Chimene graduated from Baylor University with a B.S. in Child and Family Studies.
Chimene is most proud to be living out her passion for marriage and parenting daily, endeavoring to bring God glory as a wife and mother and living life to the fullest. Chimene and her husband currently reside in Washington, DC, with their three princesses. Chimene’s greatest passion in life—being a mother!

You can find Chimene here on her social media sites: 

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  1. Jaime, this looks like a wonderful book. I'm so glad that more and more women are recognizing and embracing the high calling that is motherhood. I so appreciate the fact that so many of you who are in the midst of those mothering years are doing so with God at the center in such a powerful way ... and encouraging others to do the same. Thanks for shining so brightly.

    1. Thank you so much, Donna. I honestly don't know how I would do it without Christ. He makes us stronger and better together. I do hope moms are inspired by this book. It is so important that they see their role through the eyes of God. Thanks for stopping by, friend!


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