Joanne Kraft

Joanne Kraft is a mom of four and the author of  The Mean Mom’s Guide to Raising Great Kids and Just Too Busy—Taking Your Family on a Radical Sabbatical. Joanne has been a guest on Focus on the Family, FamilyLife Today,  CBN and her articles have been published in Today’s Christian Woman, P31 Woman, In Touch, Thriving Family, Parentlife and more. Joanne and her husband, Paul, took a God-sized leap of faith and moved their family from California to Tennessee, where they’ve happily traded soy milk and arugula for sweet tea and biscuits.

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Keep Your Eyes on the Prize

As a mom, it’s easy to feel stuck in the monotony of parenting. Joanne Kraft, Denise Glen, Erin Davis, Gloria Furman, and Leslie Leyland Fields offer perspective to help us view mothering in light of eternity.

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A Prescription For Busyness

A Prescription for Busyness

Are you too busy? Answer this question as you learn more from Joanne Kraft, Kevin DeYoung, and Hannah Anderson.

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Mean Moms Make Them Work

Joanne Kraft, author of “The Mean Moms Guide to Raising Great Kids,” talks about the benefits of having the kids help out at home.

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A Mean Mom’s Marriage

You might be a great mom, but you were first a wife. Remembering this is key to having a great marriage.

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Mean Moms Unite!

Are you a mean mom? Author and mother of four Joanne Kraft gives a courageous call to moms not to shirk their duty, but to be the kind of mom their kids need.

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Time for a Radical Sabbatical

Are you feeling overwhelmed with busyness? If so, you’ll want to hear about the radical steps one over-extended mother took to step out of the rat race and refocus on her family.

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Breaking Free From Busyness

Recovering too-busy mom Joanne Kraft recalls the day when she and her husband decided their family was going to take a year off from all extracurricular activities to spend more time together.

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