We’ve had many questions from listeners about all things motherhood, ranging from the super practical to the thought-provoking theological. We tackled many of those last spring, but it’s time to answer a new list of frequently asked questions! In this special one-hour episode, Laura and Emily laugh and talk about lessons learned, their friendship, what they’re currently reading, personal testimonies, and so much more. We hope that as you listen in, you’ll pick up a few ideas about how the gospel impacts every aspect of motherhood!
Questions & Resources Mentioned (In the order of the show):
What's your ratio of Bible reading to spiritual book reading and how do you find time for both?
Will you share your testimony?
As sister-in-law’s, how did your friendship develop? Did your friendship come naturally and how much did you work for it in the beginning?
How do you currently try to balance ministry/work life (Risen Motherhood) with everything else (home life, church ministry, etc.)?
Do you live close to each other? How do you record it together? Do you do a bunch at once or all separately? How do you choose your topics?
Do you/how do you get paid for RM?
Our Motherhood Journeys:
What things (good or bad) did/do you get hung up on pertaining to raising little ones? Things that you obsess over or try with all your might to control eg. sleep, food, hygiene. And more importantly, how do you give those things over to God?
What's the best spiritual & most practical advice you've received during your time as a mom?
How do you do more than just survive with multiple kiddos?
How to cope with little sleep: Pregnancy Insomnia, newborn stage, temporary illnesses, etc.
Let us know your thoughts! We'd love to hear more about the conversations you're having. Shoot us an email, or find us on social media.
Tell others. We truly hope this podcast fosters conversations and deeper discussions between mothers to seek the gospel in their daily activities - we'd be honored if you shared and encouraged others to listen in.
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