In her first book, 12 Steps to Becoming a More Organized Woman, Lane Jordan provided women of all ages with hundreds of time-saving tips and biblical advice on how to organize, manage, and balance their life and family roles. Now she shares her insight and experience on how to be an exceptional mom. Demonstrating why everything a mom does can be a benefit to family and loved ones, Jordan helps busy mothers discern what is really important - and what isn't - and become more effective for God's kingdom. Readers will discover how to be more organized, reduce stress, and gain more time to grow into the women God intends. It includes practical hints on managing time wisely, smart meal preparation, having fun with your kids, education, disciplining children with love, maintaining emotional and spiritual health, and much more. It is an excellent resource for a Bible study or small group. The chapters include: First Things First; Who's got the Time?; Do I Have to Cook Dinner... Again; Ready, Set...Play ; Every Mom is a Home-School Mom; The D Word: Discipline; Every Mom is a Working Mom; Who am I? I Think I Lost Myself on Aisle 3 ; I'm Just Too Tired and Spiritually for Good Health and Strength. It is encouraging to find a woman who is not only a beautiful demonstration of an organized woman but who can share her wisdom in a delightful and interesting way. - Charles F. Stanley, Pastor, First Baptist Church of Atlanta. For working moms - Lane worked at a number of jobs with varying management responsibilities. She understands the pressures of being her own boss, working from home, and trying to develop a far-reaching ministry. More importantly, she knows the difficulties of raising children and managing a household and finances while working outside the home. Stay-at-home moms - Lane left the workplace, making raising her daughters her top priority. She understands the struggles of finding value and joy in the daily tasks of managing a household and raising children.