10 Minutes to a Worry-Free Morning – Listen to This Interview

I’d love to give you ten minutes of encouragement on how you can be a worry-free mom. And if you don’t have kids, I’m sure it will help you with other areas of your life that you worry about.

I’m posting for you today a quick-moving, 10-minute interview of mine with Rick Probst and Dan Ratcliffe at Faith Talk LIVE Radio. To hear a few secrets and a few amazing stories of what God does for those who trust Him with their worries, click HERE.

And then….leave me a comment — or question — and  you’ll be entered into another drawing for a free copy of my newest book, 10 Secrets to Becoming a Worry-Free Mom (U.S. residents only, please).

Talk to you soon!

About me

Cindi McMenamin is an award-winning author and national speaker who helps women find strength for the soul. She has nearly 30 years experience ministering to women and inspiring them to let God meet their emotional needs, grow stronger through their alone times, and pursue their dreams with boldness.


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Reply March 29, 2016

Our kids are adults and I still worry !
I'm praying, but often in the night I wake up and can't get back to sleep because of worry about their lives.
Two of our grown children aren't walking with the Lord. Our family has a lot of problems, and my goal is to see each problem resolved, by God's power.
I'm wanting to walk in the peace and joy of the Lord. Right now, that's difficult.
Thank you for your posts. I just found you, and God is using you in my life already.
Your message about knowing whether to go thru an open door confirmed God's will for me. He wants me to wait and trust, for now. Your book would help.
God bless you, I pray.

    Reply March 29, 2016

    Thank you, Narda, for your encouraging words about my ministry. I think all moms tend to worry regardless of how old their children are. But knowing God has them in the palm of His hands and His ways are higher than ours is always a comfort. Thanks for sharing your situation so I know how to pray for you. :)

Monica Smith
Reply March 29, 2016

Finding your website was just right as I am finding myself as a widow having to be strong g for a son who has lost his wife to alcohol ,half his home ,his job and his car .My heart aches and he needs his father .His heavenly father seems a long way off .

    Reply March 29, 2016

    Monica: Thank you for leaving a comment. I'm glad you found my site. I have a chapter in my new book, 10 Secrets to Becoming a Worry Free Mom, in which I talk about God's ability to filter out the garbage from our kids' lives and fill in the gaps with what we believe they need but don't have. I know that as you reach out to your Heavenly Father He won't seem so far away from you or your son. And He can fill in the gaps with what your son is not getting from an earthly father right now. You are in my prayers today.

Reply March 30, 2016

I really enjoyed listening to this - I saw myself as that worrying parent. My kids are grown and I still worry about them. Like you said, I should stand back and let God take care of it. So hard to do! Thank you so much for your wisdom! And for the opportunity to win! Great interview!

    Reply March 30, 2016

    Thank you for taking the time to listen, Donna. Glad you were encouraged by it. I'll announce the book winners next Monday. :)

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