About the Book

In Gospel Centered Mom, Brooke shares how our entire approach to motherhood shifts when we stop chasing our vision of a perfect family and start full-out pursuing God. With a vulnerability that is both refreshing and instructive, Brooke encourages moms to embrace the idea that what we believe always influences what we do. She challenges you to:

  • Embrace your moment-by-moment need for Jesus
  • Release the stress of believing everything is your responsibility
  • Learn to fight for rather than against your child
  • Believe that the story God is writing with your life is worth the sacrifice
  • Practice the daily disciplines that lead to Gospel-centered parenting

As you learn to anchor your life in the Gospel, you’ll find increased freedom, purpose, and joy in motherhood. And you’ll discover that Jesus is more than capable of meeting every need, for your children and for you.

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  • “We have to know who God is in order to trust Him fully. Unless we know Him well, we’ll make Him what we want Him to be, creating a God in our minds who doesn’t exist on the pages of the Bible.” 
  • “With Jesus we have everything we need, but that doesn’t take away our need for Him to give it.”
  • “If we were enough on our own, we wouldn’t need Jesus, and, friend, we all desperately need Jesus.”
  • “It isn’t wrong for us to be sure of our worth. What is wrong is to exalt our worth over His.”
  • “There’s really no place in the Bible that tells us to focus on our own desires, wants, dreams, or needs. The goal is always, only, and supremely to give up ourselves for the sake of Christ.”
  • “Our greatest need isn’t to be reassured that we have what it takes to be great moms. Our greatest need is Jesus.”
  • “The creator of the universe has designed your circumstances to highlight the beauty of his perfect strength.”
  • “There comes a time when a mom has to embrace the truth of who her kids are instead of wishing they were different.”
  • “Our lives capture constant rolling footage that illustrates whether we truly believe God is worth following.”
  • “There’s more than just now.”
  • “What we do with the circumstances we’re given, how we talk about them, act because of them, and trust or distrust God through them—influences others.”


  • “Someone is watching you, whether you know it or not, and that person’s life matters for all eternity.”
  • “Circumstances don’t change truth!”
  • “As a Christian, I have only one accurate, godly response to being confronted with the truth, and that is to let it change how I feel.”
  • “Love is what GOD says it is. He gets to define it because He is it.”
  • “If standing before the love of God doesn’t cause us to want to change our ways to match His, something is wrong.”
  • “Replace the enemy’s whispers with shouts of truth.”
  • “What we believe always influences what we do.”
  • “God will take us through the wilderness so we learn He’s all we need.”
  • “There is a cost—always a personal sacrifice—involved in wildly and faithfully obeying our callings, and if motherhood is our calling we should expect no less.”
  • “Until we see ourselves for who we truly are, and our purpose in life for what it truly is, we’ll never find peace in the midst of our mothering or our lives.”
  • “God never tears except to heal.”
  • “The cost of following Christ that most Westerners are accustomed to isn’t really all that expensive.”
  • “Jesus was willing to die for you. Will you die to yourself for Him?”

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