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August 26, 2015 – MOMMY ON A DIME

HOW OUR SOCIETY’S FIXATION WITH MONEY CAN STEAL YOUR JOY AS A MOM AND THE FREEDOM FROM WORRY CHRIST IS CALLING US TO.

August 19, 2015 – MARY, MOTHER OF CONFIDENCE

FINDING CONFIDENCE IN CHRIST WHEN YOU HAVE NO CLUE WHAT YOU ARE DOING AS A MOM, LOOKING TO MARY AS THE MODEL

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June 24, 2015 – Living Through Transition

Becoming a mother is becoming a whole new creation. Living through a season of change can be difficult. Listen to how the Lord took care of me as I was learning to take care of my children.

June 17, 2015 – Finding Healing Through Vocation

Many of us bring the hurts of our pasts  into our adult lives. God desires to heal our brokenness, and that healing can often come through our vocation. He can use the experience of motherhood to truly set you free.

“You shall be a glorious crown in the hand of the Lord, a royal diadem held by your God, no more shall men call you ‘forsaken’…but you shall be called ‘My Delight’.” – Isaiah 62:3-4

June 10, 2015 – The Hidden Life

There are no trophies or paychecks for mothers, but the vocation to motherhood is a path that leads into deeper union with Christ, where we find a love and mercy that is beyond compare – hidden treasures in the daily life of a mom.

“But store up for yourselves your treasure in heaven…for where your treasure is there your heart will be also” – Matthew 6:20-21

June 03, 2015 – Facing Down Resentment

Motherhood is hard work. How do you avoid the trap of resentment when you feel tired and lonely, and so much is being expected of you? Only by clinging to God’s grace.

“Come to Me all who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” – Matthew 11:28