My goal is to get “my girls” in the Word. If you’ve been struggling to establish a time with God, aren’t sure where to start, or have never read the New Testament chronologically, this is for you!
I’m always looking for great posts to add value for my readers. The following articles offer some fantastic insight into marriage, both for women planning to one day marry and those in the throes of it!
This Saturday I’m loving:
While recording this week, Lisa and I got a chance to practice what we preach. We discuss in this podcast episode on productivity that we actually recorded during naptime, which is no easy task! We typically record at night when our children are sleeping, but because we have a “plan B” for finishing our work, we could be flexible. In other words, you’ll hear a few child noises in the background.
They tell you ‘the days are long, but the years are short’. We young moms roll our eyes and glance at the spit up and crumbs but – we all know it’s true. As I reflected on this last year of pulling up roots, big transitions, and seasons of waiting, I asked myself: “What about motherhood has taught me the most?” Unequivocally, the answer was Adeline’s birth.
For the last five years my life has been ruled by an inconsistent schedule. Four of those years my own schedule rotated between first, second, and third shifts, with weekends added on occasion. When I married Josh, the schedule became even worse. We never knew when he’d get off work each day.
Waiting strengthens character. It sanctifies the soul. Simply put, you will not be ready to do great things for God if you refuse to embrace your current season. He already has a “great thing” for you to do: To learn to wait well.
This week on the Uniquely Woman podcast, Lisa and I take on why the Christian, “I’m God’s Princess” mentality often leads to unholy behavior and discontent.
While God calls us to make the most of our place, He would never have us sacrifice our relationships on the altar of career.