“…Brooke Frick’s Hands Full devotional assures moms that when it seems as though we can’t possibly juggle one more thing, God’s hands are big enough.”
-Rachel Dodge, author of Praying with Jane: 31 Days Through the Prayers of Jane Austen and The Anne of Green Gables Devotional: A Chapter-by-Chapter Companion for Kindred Spirits
The Devotional-Coming September 2020
You know it. They know it. Everybody in the store knows it. You’ve got your hands full. It’s an inescapable reality. A universal truth. It is the nature of life with little ones.
And full hands, as you know, can get a little overwhelming.
If you struggle to find time to read your Bible, or your minivan is carpeted with cracker crumbs and soggy fries, or you feel inadequately equipped for the life before you; you are in good company. Or at least, company.
In this humorous take on life and lessons learned living with her hands full, Brooke shares from her heart about her struggle to live out the fullness of her faith in the midst of the demands of motherhood, and the redeeming love and grace available in Jesus.
And with His grace, these full hands can be released into the hands of the One who holds the whole world in His.
Kind Words from Great Moms
“Filled with tender encouragement and practical God-centered hope, Hands Full is written by a momma who understands. I wish I would have had Brooke’s book when my kids were small!”
-Joanna Weaver, best-selling author of Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World
“For every mom of littles who feels overwhelmed by the needs around her or the feelings of inadequacy within her, Hands Full by Brooke Frick is the lifeline of encouragement you need. In these pages, you’ll find relatable stories that will help you feel less alone and point your heart back to our only unshakable hope–Jesus Christ. If you love your children and want to embrace the gift of motherhood but sometimes feel like you also want to escape from it, Brooke is the tender and uplifting voice you need on your journey. “
-Becky Keife, author of No Better Mom for the Job