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Cynthia Yanof

Cynthia Yanof is a wife, mom, blogger, and the host of the Pardon the Mess podcast. She has a relaxed style of interviewing, combining her quick wit and sense of humor with a firm commitment to never taking herself too seriously. She loves Jesus, her family, foster care, and having lots of friends around her as often as possible. Cynthia is relatable, real, and a friend to all of us just trying to walk the parenting road in a meaningful way that’s pleasing to the Lord.

Featured Books by Cynthia Yanof

Feeling confused, stuck, or simply lost about who you are and where you’re going? You still have everything you need to live purposefully.
Feeling confused, stuck, or simply lost about who you are and where you’re going? You still have everything you need to live purposefully.
Jenn Schultz grew up knowing God, but it took decades to understand that His love and acceptance have nothing to do with our performance, and that He isn’t impatient with our imperfections.
This powerful six-session Bible study reminds us that God is ever-present, always working, and forever faithful, no matter how weary or abandoned we may feel.
God has given parents the privilege of shaping not just a human being but an eternal soul. Sometimes that responsibility can feel overwhelming, especially when it comes to prayer.
For many Christian women, the constant demands of family, pursuing a career, and managing a household leave little time or energy for anything else. As a result, more than half of women struggle to read God’s Word as much as they’d like.
In Love Life Again, Tracie reminds readers they each get only one life to live and inspires them not to take it for granted. Through compelling personal stories and powerful insights from Scripture, she helps women identify the stumbling blocks to their joy and offers tools and insights to take back control of their happiness.
Unsinkable Faith is a breath of fresh air for anyone longing for a heart full of joy, an unbreakable smile, and a new, more optimistic perspective on life.
The Living Unbroken Divorce Recovery Workbook is uniquely geared for women-only small groups.
Unlike other books on divorce, Living Unbroken takes a deep dive into understanding and overcoming the emotional toll divorce, separation, and the loss of a serious long-term relationship has on a woman’s well-being.
God doesn’t want you to spend your life trying to keep it together. Find the peace, security, and purpose Jesus promises when you find your place in the body of Christ.
With the Proverbs 31 woman as a guide, Katy McCown takes readers on a five-week journey to discover how to find security in God’s plans and confidence in His control.
This grace-filled, practical book on praying with your kids empowers you to teach children how they can develop a personal relationship with God through prayer.
Create with God what makes your heart come alive! Part practical guide, part inspiring manifesto, this gospel-rooted book for women entrepreneurs and leaders empowers you to discover and live out your calling.
This whole-person, interactive approach to body image includes coloring sheets, journaling prompts, and therapist insights that ground you in God’s love and build you up in truth.
This 6-week interactive video-based Bible study of God’s faithfulness during difficult times invites you to experience a fresh move of God in your life even in spiritual deserts.
Learn how to wield God’s Word as a weapon against anxiety, shame, and fear, so you can remain unshaken in our changing world.
While Scripture is full of wisdom and advice, it isn’t always easy to know how God’s Word in the Bible—written thousands of years ago—should apply to our lives now. As a result, many Christian women wrestle with the question “What does God want me to do—both in general and in the specific situations I face each day?”
After experiencing a number of traumatic events in the space of a decade (assault, depression, miscarriage, cancer), Nicole Jacobsmeyer was left feeling defeated and ill-prepared for the trials she faced. With a devastated heart full of questions about the God she was raised to love, Nicole questioned if He had given her more than she could handle.
Culture, church, and life have sold women narratives about who they’re supposed to be. If they play the part well, they gain love, acceptance, validation, and significance.