Monday Mutual 05.09.16

Each week, I offer a collection of helpful links I’ve stumbled upon. These posts are not my own work, and are shared in an attempt to connect women with valuable information and encouraging words. 

Megan Hill offers an excerpt from her new book, and discusses How Praying Together Levels Us. 

Tim Challies posts a helpful article on what sort of Christian books to read. 5 Questions to Ask of a Book Before You Read It. 

Thinking about leaving your current church home? The 9Marks website offers a list of things to consider before making your move.

Some day-after-Mother’s-day thoughts on parenting from David Mathis at Desiring God. Parenting is First About My Sin. 

Betheny Jenkins posts an article about work and passion on The Gospel Coalition called When You Don’t Love Your Job. 


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  1. That Gospel Coalition article is a really good one. There’s so much danger for us as women to try to measure our worth by our vocations, all the while neglecting our first calling to take care of our families. Working is great, but it doesn’t define us. I’m always encouraged by Nancy Leigh Demoss, as she asks us to examine our MOTIVES, first.

    Great post, thanks for sharing the links.

    1. Absolutely. I always appreciate encouragement regarding homemaking, it’s easy for me to find it boring and unchallenging. When others remind me that it’s a noble, Godly calling, it helps reset my perspective. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!

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