Becky Kopitzke is a writer, lecturer, singer, dreamer, potty trainer, lunch packer, snowman builder, and sidewalk chalk artist who works as a freelance writer, speaker, singer, and sidewalk chalk artist. She lives in northeast Wisconsin with her attractive husband and their two young girls, where a pink indoor trampoline takes up half of the once formal living room. In her blog, Time Out: Devotions for Mothers (beckykopitzke.com), Becky invites fellow stressed moms to connect with her. She encourages imperfect moms to follow a grace-filled God in her weekly devotions. Becky also contributes to For the Family (forthefamily.org) and The MOM Initiative (themominitiative.com), two great Christian family sites.
Becky volunteers at her daughters' school and engages in women's ministry and worship arts at her regional evangelical church. She also provides cereal for dinner on occasion. Becky believes that one of God's most powerful instruments for developing our faith, character, and strength is parenting--and that it isn't always easy. Her writing serves as a source of support, encouragement, and validation for other imperfect mothers, with the goal of pointing our flaws, blessings, and achievements to God.
Sick Break and Sometimes You Need to Do the Laundry in Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Multitasking Mom's Survival Guide (2014) Why I Date My Husband in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Devotional Tales for Wives (2013) The Day I Began Acting My Age in P31 Woman magazine's Everyday Life online part (2012) Her writing serves as a source of support, encouragement, and validation for other imperfect mothers, with the goal of pointing our flaws, blessings, and achievements to God.