This is a letter I wrote to my own mother when I realized how much my own hands looked like hers.
Tired moms are struggling with isolation, and the barriers to hospitality can feel daunting. Here are 7 creative ways to fight for relationship right in the thick of it.
This week on the Motherhood Named and Known Podcast, I shared an interview with Sarah J. Hauser and a guided meditation for postpartum anxiety. If you or someone you know …
The gospel of Mark records the beginning of Jesus’ ministry to be this: “The time is fulfilled, and the Kingdom of God is near. Repent and believe in the Good …
Hey mama, feeling shame because you’re feeding hotdogs again tonight? Lean in for some words and grace to you this morning.
Have you ever felt a wave of shame and guilt after yelling at your kids? Take a minute to read these words of grace, and find a new way forward.
Let’s talk about 3 painful consequences of leaning into our internal messages of mom-shame, and the one practice to get unstuck.
It’s uncommon to have civil and appropriate conversations with our friends about the things we disagree about. Ecclesiastes offers us some applicable wisdom.
Family rhythms can be life-giving to a wear mama. But they can also be a source of frustration and distress. Read here the 5 hallmarks of a graceful family rhythm.
The book of Ecclesiastes leaves us with a lesson to release our striving posture. But what’s the “how” of holding loosely? Try this 4-step practice.