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Risen Motherhood

A weekly podcast for moms. A space to remember we are not alone in our experiences, be challenged to have joy among the chaos, remember grace covers guilt, and seek the truth of the gospel above all else. This is a podcast for the imperfect mother, still learning, still growing and still fully recognizing she doesn’t have it all together - but comes everyday, to the base of the cross, to seek the one who does.

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Mothering in a World of Differences | Ep. 152

Dealing with differences can be hard. How do we engage with others who have very different life experiences, beliefs, or preferences than we do? How do we guide our children as they encounter these same challenges? In this episode, Emily and Laura invite four women to share how the truth that we’re all made in the image of God, or Imago Dei, impacts their motherhood and relationships. While it’s okay to be aware of our differences, the gospel reminds us that we’re all the same in one fundamentally important way—we’re created in the image of God. So whether we share many things in common or seemingly nothing at all, we can love our neighbors as God has loved us. We're grateful to The Good Book Company for making this week's show possible. Check out their bestselling children's book, The Garden, The Curtain, and The Cross. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

16mins

12 Feb 2020

Rank #1

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Making Decisions: How do I Choose Wisely in Motherhood? | Ep. 148

We make so many decisions in motherhood. Daily, we consider things like, what snack should I feed my child? How much screen time should they have? What discipline strategy should I use for this tantrum? And we also ask deeper, bigger questions like, how should we handle their schooling? What church should our family go to? How much time should we spend away from our kids? In today’s episode, Emily and Laura discuss how they each process decision-making and the many factors that influence the final outcome. God calls each of us to a dependent life that aligns with our deepest desire—to love and live like Christ in all we do, big and small. We’re grateful to Crossway for making this week’s show possible. Consider grabbing a copy of Jen Wilkin’s Women of the Word to learn how to study God’s word with your heart and mind. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

22mins

11 Dec 2019

Rank #2

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When Momma Gets Mad, Part 1: What's Under the Surface? | Ep. 49

Frustration, impatience, losing our cool, having a bad day, feeling overwhelmed; we all have different ways of describing an angry heart-attitude towards our children. Although we know what it looks like when we lose self-control (and we're experts at feeling guilty about it), we rarely stop to think about why we're so upset in the first place. In this episode, Emily and Laura share their personal struggles with anger and impatience, and discuss how the good news of the gospel is transforming their hearts. At the end of the day, we are not God and we don't deserve any of the kindness he's shown to us in Christ. Shouldn't we remember that, rejoice in it, and extend that same grace to our children? Articles & Other Resources: Humble Roots - Hannah Anderson  "I Want to Stop Yelling at My Kids" - A collection of posts by Jess Connell  Confessions of a Bully Mom - Trillia Newbell My First Crayon in the Dryer - Barbara Bender  FAQ - How Should I Handle Anger When Disciplining? - Jen Wilkin  Your Child is Your Neighbor - Jen Wilkin Anger (Sermon) - Kevin Cawley // Redeemer Fellowship Kansas City  From Grouchy to Great: Finding Joy in the Journey of Motherhood - The Better Mom Contributor Team  What Our Anger is Telling Us - Jonathan Parnell   For More: To subscribe: on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe. On Android, click this podcast RSS feed link and select your podcast app. You may need to copy the link into your favorite podcast app (like Overcast or Stitcher). Leave an iTunes review. These are huge for us! The more reviews, the greater chance another mother will find us. Like Risen Motherhood on Facebook and follow on Instagram and Twitter for the latest updates and related information. 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 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. *Affiliate links used where appropriate to support this ministry. 

19mins

1 Feb 2017

Rank #3

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Putting Your Marriage First: Give Him More Than the Leftovers | Ep. 35

Without even noticing, we can let the daily dish piles, weighty to-do lists, and urgent needs of little children push our husbands far into the background. While this might not cause immediate harm, in the long-term, giving our husbands the "leftovers" can lead to distance and damage. In this episode, Emily and Laura discuss the the importance of keeping our marriages in the forefront of our minds, and give some simple ideas for blessing our husbands. A healthy marriage is an opportunity to love our children well, and to model the very faith we hope to pass along. Like what you hear? Visit www.risenmotherhood.com for links to additional articles and resources on this topic. Find us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter (@risenmotherhood) to find more encouragement and truth on how to be an intentional mother that cares for and loves her children with eternity in mind. And if you get a chance, we'd love for you to subscribe and/or leave a review in iTunes!

20mins

5 Oct 2016

Rank #4

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Ask Us Anything! Spring 2018 Edition | Ep. 100

When we ask for questions from the RM community, they range from the super practical to the thought-provoking and theological, which makes the AUA show something really special. In this one-hour episode, Laura and Emily answer listeners’ questions from what they cook for dinner and their daily routines, to short anecdotal examples of how they approach discipline and what they value about their friendship. They even touch on one of our most frequently asked questions: how do you approach intimacy in the little years? We hope that as you listen in, you’ll see that the gospel truly does impact every aspect of motherhood, and we’re all learning with you.RM APPLY QUESTIONS VIEW TRANSCRIPTArticles, Resources and Related Content: Newly Designed Kid's Abide Card Open Blog Submissions Related Podcast Episodes Ep. 01: Motherhood & the Gospel Ep. 02: Motherhood & Self-Care Ep. 19: A Bad Moment Doesn’t Have to Make a Bad Day: Redeem Your Day Ep. 54: Ask Us Anything! Spring 2017 Edition Ep. 57: How Discipline Helps Us Communicate the Gospel Ep. 86: Self-Care in the Busyness of Motherhood Ep. 87: What It Means to “Preach the Gospel to Yourself” Ep. 88: Momma Needs Her Sleep: Gospel Hope for the Tired Mom Ep. 91: Coffee, Wine, & Social Media: Momma, What’s Your Crutch? Related Blog Posts “Our Greatest Ally: God’s Grace for Marital Intimacy” RM, Laura T. Hardin “Passing Along Our Heritage: Teaching the Gospel in All of Life” RM, Autumn Kern “To Mom Well is to Know Christ Well” RM, Dianne Jago “For the Mom Who Feels Helpless” RM, Christina Fox “Kindness (Even When You’re Sleep Deprived)” RM, Abigail Dodds “The Gospel is our Guide to Guilt-Free Eating” RM, Abby Hummel “Cultivating a Healthy Marriage as New Parents” RM, Quina Aragon “Momma, Jesus Invites You to Come and Rest” RM, Liz Wann “Mothering a Rebellious Heart” RM, Courtney Reissig Laura’s Favorite Recipes “Crockpot Carnitas,” A Pinch of Yum “Lemon-Rosemary-Garlic Chicken and Potatoes,” My Recipes For More: To subscribe: on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe. On Android, click this podcast RSS feed link and select your podcast app. You may need to copy the link into your favorite podcast app (like Overcast or Stitcher). Leave an iTunes review. These are huge for us! The more reviews, the greater chance another mother will find us. Like Risen Motherhood on Facebook and follow on Instagram and Twitter for the latest updates and related information. 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. *Affiliate links used where appropriate. Thanks for supporting this ministry!

1hr 8mins

25 Apr 2018

Rank #5

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Nurturing Your Child’s Gifts: An Interview on Faithful Motherhood with Karen Hodge | Ep. 143

Have you ever noticed your child light up as they greet others at church or offer drinks to guests in your home? Those moments could be the first glimpses into your child’s natural or spiritual gifts. In this episode, Emily and Laura interview Karen Hodge about nurturing our children’s gifts in the context of community. Karen is a pastor’s wife and mom of two adult children, who serves as the Coordinator for the PCA Women’s Ministry. She’s also the R|M Board Chair and has been a faithful encourager of the Risen Motherhood ministry. As parents, we disciple our children with eternity in mind, preparing them to meet Christ. What a privilege to teach them how to use their gifts for God’s glory. We’re grateful to Moody Publishers for making this week’s show possible. Grab your copy of Bible and Breakfast by Asheritah Ciuciu. This 31-day devotional combines rich devotions with easy breakfast recipes, so you can feed your body and soul—together. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

23mins

30 Oct 2019

Rank #6

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Grandparents Weigh In: Cultivating Gracious Family Relationships | Ep. 145

Navigating the waters of grandparent-parent relationships can be difficult. How how much candy is too much? How do you invite them into your kids’ lives? How do you talk about boundaries? In this episode, Emily and Laura welcome their parents to the show to discuss how they honor one another in their differing roles and to work together to cultivate a gracious relationship. Whether you’re navigating a new grandparent relationship with your parents and in-laws or you are the grandparent, this episode is full of laughter, wisdom, and encouragement. We’re grateful that the Hands-On Bible from Tyndale House Publishers made this week’s show possible. Looking for a new kids’ Bible? The Hands-On Bible, in the New Living Translation, is packed with activities, humor, and colorful graphics to help kids understand and live out important Bible truths. Use coupon code Risen to receive 35% OFF select Hands-On Bibles. Coupon is valid through December 13th, 2019. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

28mins

13 Nov 2019

Rank #7

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Mothering Through Burnout: Stewardship & Sacrifice | Ep. 138

Sometimes we serve ourselves into exhaustion, and sometimes we avoid serving to keep ourselves comfortable. Neither extreme is good. Many of us have heard that we’re called to be a living sacrifice, but what does that mean? In this episode, Emily and Laura examine one angle of being a living sacrifice: burnout. While not every mom experiences full burnout, many of us believe our work proves our worth or the world depends on us. If these lies motivate us, we’ll live as though we’re limitless until we’re unable to do anything well. But a heart abiding in Christ knows we can work faithfully and restfully within our limitations, which are for God’s glory and our good. We’re grateful to Crossway for making this week’s show possible. Consider grabbing a copy of Jen Wilkin’s Women of the Word to learn how to study God’s word with your heart and mind. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

25mins

25 Sep 2019

Rank #8

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Motherhood & Self-Care | Ep. 02

Emily and Laura discuss a mother’s need to care for herself in order to serve and love her family well.  Particularly, they talk about strategies for self-care, ideas for discovering what gets you energized and how staying connected to Christ is the most important thing.

16mins

20 Jan 2016

Rank #9

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Gospel Hope When You’re Annoyed as a Mom | Ep. 130

Motherhood is a gift from God. We never want to forget that. But while we’re down here in the trenches, we can’t ignore real annoyances—like who left this sock behind and why are there crumbs everywhere? In this episode, Emily and Laura discuss why moms get annoyed and how the gospel shapes our responses. They even discuss some practical tips. Every mom is going to face annoying things, so we can sigh and roll our eyes or turn back in dependence to God who supplies for our every need. Christ came to save us—annoyances and all—so we could learn to love others even when we’re annoyed. VIEW TRANSCRIPT Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

20mins

24 Apr 2019

Rank #10

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Jen Wilkin: Growing in God's Word as a Mom of Little Ones | Ep. 62

Is there hope for developing a personal understanding of the bible in the season of young children? In this special interview, author and bible teacher, Jen Wilkin, shares her passion for biblical literacy, encouraging moms to stay committed to gaining a firsthand knowledge of their sacred text. Jen also gives practical examples of what this might look like, offering encouragement to set aside larger blocks of time, get involved in a structured study with accountability, and consistently consume the word whenever and wherever you can. If you haven't been sure about how an understanding of scripture impacts your spiritual life or your role as a mom, you'll be so challenged and encouraged by this interview! More From Jen Wilkin Books: Women of the Word: How to Study the Bible With Both Our Hearts and Minds None Like Him: 10 Ways God is Different From Us (And Why That's a Good Thing)  Bible Studies: The Sermon on the Mount 1 Peter: A Living Hope in Christ Listen to Jen's Weekly Bible Study teaching at her church  Favorite Articles, Videos & Resources: Jen's Blog - lots of wonderful posts here How to Raise an Alien Child - a must watch for moms!  Find out what's on Jen's bookshelf Wondering how to organize a women's bible study that's helpful for moms of young children? Jen on "Help Me Teach the Bible" with Nancy Guthrie  How Your Quiet Time Should Change You Biblical Literacy for All: A Conversation With Jen Wilkin   Your Child is Your Neighbor How do Busy Women Serve in Women's Ministry? Practical Tools for Studying and Teaching the Word - Jen Wilkin at Revive '15 Other: Why Your Theology Matters in Motherhood When Quiet Times Aren't Quiet: How Moms Make Time to Study God's Word (RM Ep. 15) RM Spiritual Growth Resources RM Tools for Bible Study Free Resources for Inductive Bible Study For More: To subscribe: on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe. On Android, click this podcast RSS feed link and select your podcast app. You may need to copy the link into your favorite podcast app (like Overcast or Stitcher). Leave an iTunes review. These are huge for us! The more reviews, the greater chance another mother will find us. Like Risen Motherhood on Facebook and follow on Instagram and Twitter for the latest updates and related information. 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 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. *Affiliate links used where appropriate. Thanks for supporting this ministry!

31mins

10 May 2017

Rank #11

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Evangelism in the Little Years | Ep. 102

Most of us know evangelism is an important part of the Christian life—so why does it feel so overwhelming and awkward? Maybe you worry you’ll say the wrong thing or offend someone, but when you think about it, is there anything better or more beautiful than sharing Christ’s love? In this episode, Laura and Emily discuss some common pitfalls we experience in evangelism and the gospel hope which drives us to try again. From the people in our home to those we see in our communities, we can share the greatest news of Christ’s resurrection by simply sharing what he did and how the gospel impacts our own lives!RM APPLYVIEW TRANSCRIPTArticles, Resources and Related Content: Resources: Ep. 43, "Serving Others Right Where You're At" Ep. 55, "Hospitality in the Little Years" “Five Ways to Involve Young Children in Hospitality” “Why Every Young Mom Should Make Time for Ministry” RM Flyer “Everyday Evangelism” - Sarah Scott Pape “Can You Explain the Gospel in 3 Words?” - Russell Moore “Simplified Evangelism” - Erik Raymond “One Question to Unlock Your Evangelism” - J.A. Medders The Spiritual Disciplines of the Christian Life - Donald Whitney (Evangelism Chapter) For More: To subscribe: on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe. On Android, click this podcast RSS feed link and select your podcast app. You may need to copy the link into your favorite podcast app (like Overcast or Stitcher). Leave an iTunes review. These are huge for us! The more reviews, the greater chance another mother will find us. Like Risen Motherhood on Facebook and follow on Instagram and Twitter for the latest updates and related information. 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. *Affiliate links used where appropriate. Thanks for supporting this ministry!   HELP RISEN MOTHERHOOD CREATE MORE CONTENT LIKE THIS! DONATE ON PATREON

24mins

9 May 2018

Rank #12

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Ruth Chou Simons: Faithfulness & Work in the Season of Young Children | Ep.73

In the little years, it’s easy to grow weary from sowing seeds without seeing much fruit. When the discouragement bears down, we wonder, “Does this even matter? Would another investment be more worthwhile?” In this episode, Ruth Chou Simons, author, artist and founder of Gracelaced, pours out gospel-rich wisdom from her years of parenting six boys. She discusses how she manages her dreams and motherhood, how she keeps her priorities straight with a blooming business, and offers practical wisdom for a busy mom to grow in her relationship with God. Through years of humble faithfulness, a mom can hope in Christ, even when she can’t see the outcome of her story.VIEW TRANSCRIPT Articles, Resources and Related Content: Gracelaced Book – Ruth’s new book including beautiful artwork & devotionals* Gracelaced Journal – Includes 8 pieces of art by Ruth & inviting journal to use* Gracelaced.com - Ruth Chou Simons’ website Gracelaced on Instagram – Follow Ruth on Instagram Each Person Has Their Own Story Quote - The Horse and His Boy by C.S. Lewis When Dreams Don’t Come True, and Even When They Do – Ruth Chou Simons (Gracelaced) Dear Mom Who Refuses to Rest – Ruth Chou Simons (Gracelace) Creatives: 4 Things to Consider as You Pursue a Dream – Ruth Chou Simons (Gracelaced) Women, Work, and Our Crisis of Identity – Carolyn McCulley (Desiring God) Will You Still Work When the Baby is Born? – Macy English (The Gospel Coalition) Stay-at-Home Mom and Career Mom: You Were Made for Something Greater – Jasmine L Holmes  For More: To subscribe: on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe. On Android, click this podcast RSS feed link and select your podcast app. You may need to copy the link into your favorite podcast app (like Overcast or Stitcher). Leave an iTunes review. These are huge for us! The more reviews, the greater chance another mother will find us. Like Risen Motherhood on Facebook and follow on Instagram and Twitter for the latest updates and related information. 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 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. *Affiliate links used where appropriate. Thanks for supporting this ministry!

36mins

20 Sep 2017

Rank #13

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Habits of Faithfulness in Every Season: An Interview with Nancy Wolgemuth | Ep. 132

Everything seems pressing in the early years of motherhood. The baby’s diaper, the promised game of tag, and the dirty upstairs bathroom repeatedly demand our attention. It can be easy to feel bogged down by the everyday and lose sight of the bigger picture. In this episode, Emily and Laura interview Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth about building habits of faithfulness in every season of life. Nancy has impacted millions of women worldwide through her ministries, Revive Our Hearts and the True Woman movement. She’s a prolific writer, speaker, radio host; and she’s wife to Robert. It may be hard to see past the early years of motherhood in the moment, but when we’re 40, 50, or 60 years old, we’ll see the spiritual impact of the daily choices we make right now. If we want to breathe the gospel in and out, we need a steady habit of seeking God through his word. VIEW TRANSCRIPT Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

32mins

8 May 2019

Rank #14

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When Momma Gets Mad, Part 2: Practical Ways to Stay Calm | Ep. 50

When it comes to anger in motherhood, it's easy to be caught in a cycle of guilt and despair. However, the good news is that there is hope in Christ and power to fight sin in practical ways! Just like a person on a diet doesn't keep tempting foods within reach, with God's help, we can find ways to limit the temptation to sin in our anger while we process through the issues of the heart. In this show, Emily and Laura discuss common triggers for outbursts in motherhood, and share helpful hints for prevention. Because of the gospel, even a worn-out frustrated mom is under grace, with the power of the Spirit to pursue holiness from a new heart. Articles & Other Resources: Humble Roots - Hannah Anderson  "I Want to Stop Yelling at My Kids" - A collection of posts by Jess Connell  Confessions of a Bully Mom - Trillia Newbell My First Crayon in the Dryer - Barbara Bender  FAQ - How Should I Handle Anger When Disciplining? - Jen Wilkin  Your Child is Your Neighbor - Jen Wilkin Anger (Sermon) - Kevin Cawley // Redeemer Fellowship Kansas City  From Grouchy to Great: Finding Joy in the Journey of Motherhood - The Better Mom Contributor Team  What Our Anger is Telling Us - Jonathan Parnell   For More: To subscribe: on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe. On Android, click this podcast RSS feed link and select your podcast app. You may need to copy the link into your favorite podcast app (like Overcast or Stitcher). Leave an iTunes review. These are huge for us! The more reviews, the greater chance another mother will find us. Like Risen Motherhood on Facebook and follow on Instagram and Twitter for the latest updates and related information. 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 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. *Affiliate links used where appropriate to support this ministry. 

19mins

8 Feb 2017

Rank #15

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How Do I Know if I’m a Good Mom? | Ep. 131

We all wonder if we meet the “good mom” standard. Do I feed them enough vegetables? Should I be the one reading the bedtime story? Do my kids behave? In this special episode, Emily and Laura ask the mother of all motherhood questions in front of a live audience: How do I know if I’m a good mom? Deep down, we all know we’re not good enough on our own. But the good news of the gospel is that we have Christ’s perfect record as our own, and God sees us as good in Jesus. So instead of looking at ourselves, let’s look at Christ and ask the better question: Do I know and love the One who makes me good? VIEW TRANSCRIPT Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

23mins

1 May 2019

Rank #16

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She Reads Truth: God’s Word Everyday, in Every Season | Ep. 79

In the years of little ones, it seems almost impossible to carve out a quiet moment to read our Bibles and pray intentionally. Most moms want to be in the word amidst the busyness, but we just need a little help. This is why founders, Raechel and Amanda, started She Reads Truth – to see women get in the word of God everyday. In this episode, Raechel and Amanda, wives, mothers, and authors, discuss how women need to be rooted in God’s word, taking the first step by just getting started. By changing our expectations of “quiet times” and studying with other women, we can find the refreshing hope of the gospel in the Bible that has relevant application in each season of life. She Reads Truth has kindly offered all Risen Motherhood listeners 10% of anything in the shop (except the auto-ship subscriptions) – from 11/1-11/8 with the code RISEN10. Go check it out! DISCUSSION QUESTIONS VIEW TRANSCRIPTArticles, Resources and Related Content: She Reads Truth She Reads Truth Advent Study She Reads Truth Bible Women of the Word - Jen Wilkin How to Read the Bible for Yourself - John Piper, Desiring God  How to Go Deeper in Bible Study - John Piper, Desiring God  The Simple Questions to Ask Every Time you Open Your Bible - Justin Taylor, TGC How to Read The Bible - The Bible Project  Tools for Studying the Bible - Geoff Ashley, TVC Resources  More From Risen Motherhood: The Inductive Bible Study Method The Inductive Bible Study Method with Kids How to Discover Major Gospel Themes in Scripture  For More: To subscribe: on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe. On Android, click this podcast RSS feed link and select your podcast app. You may need to copy the link into your favorite podcast app (like Overcast or Stitcher). Leave an iTunes review. These are huge for us! The more reviews, the greater chance another mother will find us. Like Risen Motherhood on Facebook and follow on Instagram and Twitter for the latest updates and related information. 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. *Affiliate links used where appropriate. Thanks for supporting this ministry!

34mins

1 Nov 2017

Rank #17

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Unified With Your Husband: Different Styles, Same Mission | Ep.90

Parenting alongside your husband can sometimes feel overwhelming. We want to be intentional, but it can seem like we have wildly different plans than our spouses! In this episode, Emily and Laura give a nod to Valentine’s Day by diving into a marriage topic: unity with our husbands. Even though we have differences, God has joined us in marriage for his mission in our homes and has equipped us to do it together. Through Christ’s perfect record, we can humbly forgive one another, refocus on our mission, and live in unity with our husbands every day. RM APPLY QUESTIONSVIEW TRANSCRIPTArticles, Resources and Related Content: Ep. 28: On the Same Team: Getting on the Same Page as Parents - Risen Motherhood Ep. 46: Intentional Motherhood: Communicating Your Family’s Mission - Risen Motherhood  Ep. 68: How Can Mom Support Dad Spiritually?: An Interview with Jerrad Lopes - Risen Motherhood Deuteronomy 6 “When You Want to Change Your Husband” - Jen Wilkin, Nancy Guthrie, & Jackie Hill Perry, The Gospel Coalition “How to Stay Focused On Your Family’s Ministry and Giftings” - RM Blog “God’s Plan for Marriage and How Culture Has Missed the Mark” - Darin Smith, For the Church “The Cascade of Trinitarian Love Fills Our Homes” - Matthew Sims, CBMW.org For More: To subscribe: on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe. On Android, click this podcast RSS feed link and select your podcast app. You may need to copy the link into your favorite podcast app (like Overcast or Stitcher). Leave an iTunes review. These are huge for us! The more reviews, the greater chance another mother will find us. Like Risen Motherhood on Facebook and follow on Instagram and Twitter for the latest updates and related information. 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. *Affiliate links used where appropriate. Thanks for supporting this ministry!

17mins

14 Feb 2018

Rank #18

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Hannah Anderson: How Humility Nourishes a Weary Mom's Soul | Ep. 66

We know we should be grateful for the gifts God has given us in motherhood, but instead, we find ourselves battling discontentment, anxiety, and stress over our inability to keep up with even the simplest tasks. In this interview, author Hannah Anderson, talks about her book "Humble Roots," offering an opportunity for weary moms to rest as they accept their limitations and let God be God. She applies gospel-truth to challenging topics like postpartum body image, vocational or ministry calling, and dealing with the temptation to live for our ideal version of motherhood instead of God's plan for us. This conversation is candid, challenging, and leaves much to be considered...don't miss it! More about Hannah Anderson & Her Writing: Humble Roots: How Humility Grounds and Nourishes Our Soul Made for More: An Invitation to Live in God's Image Sometimes a Light - Hannah's Blog / Website Persuasion Podcast - Hosted by Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson for Christ and Pop Culture Related Articles & Resources: Trade the Toil for Rest in Motherhood - RM Blog  I Never Wanted to Become a Desperate Mom - RM Blog  Freedom to be the Mom God Created You to be: Why Comparison Doesn't Work - RM Episode 18  For More: To subscribe: on iOS, go to our iTunes page and subscribe. On Android, click this podcast RSS feed link and select your podcast app. You may need to copy the link into your favorite podcast app (like Overcast or Stitcher). Leave an iTunes review. These are huge for us! The more reviews, the greater chance another mother will find us. Like Risen Motherhood on Facebook and follow on Instagram and Twitter for the latest updates and related information. 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 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. *Affiliate links used where appropriate. Thanks for supporting this ministry!

34mins

31 May 2017

Rank #19

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Marriage & Motherhood | Ep. 05

Emily and Laura discuss the temptation to let your marriage go on the backburner when you have young children.  They share about why a thriving marriage is important and give practical ideas for loving your husband well (even when you’re tired). Like what you hear? Visit www.risenmotherhood.com for links to additional articles and resources on this topic. You'll also find more encouragement and truth on how to be an intentional mother that cares for and loves her children with eternity in mind. And if you get a chance, we'd love for you to subscribe and/or leave a review in iTunes

17mins

10 Feb 2016

Rank #20