Popular blogger/author Jami Amerine, a 1996 graduate of Abilene Christian University, has a new book just published by Harvest House.

The book and blog share the same title: “Sacred Ground, Sticky Floors: How Less-Than-Perfect Parents Can Raise Kids Who are (Kind of ) Great.” Her first book, “Stolen Jesus: An Unconventional Search for the Real Savior,” was published in October 2017.

Amerine experience almost overnight success–actually it took a month–in August/September 2015 when her blog readership jumped from an average of 69 views per month to 690,000. That is not a misprint. It is a an increase of 689,931 views. And it all happened thanks to one entry titled, “An Open Letter to My Children: You’re Not That Great.” A friend shared it on Facebook and it went viral, to the tune of 690,000 viewers.

By October 2015, that number had jumped to 1 million and today Amerine has 1.5 million faithful fans.

Here’s information about Amerine from book promotional materials:

“If, like me, you’ve stepped on a Lego while barefoot, it can be difficult to wrap your mind around the divine qualities of the path beneath your feet.” Jami Amerine

Come find the miracle in the mayhem.

As moms, we know we’ve messed up in so many ways. Royally. Maybe you think you’ve failed your children, your spouse, and your God.

But did you know that in the midst of your failures and fears, you are still loved—royally? As a child of noble birth? Do you believe your children are in better hands than your own and that you don’t need to hold on so desperately?

Jami Amerine, author of Stolen Jesus, delivers a totally relatable account of her hilarious and honest experiences and misadventures in motherhood. She’s eager to help you see how to let your Heavenly Father parent you, so you can embrace peace as you parent your children.

Come meet with the One whose presence turns sticky floors into sacred ground.

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