Consider : “Risen Motherhood”

Risen Motherhood: Gospel Hope for Everyday Moments is a book recently published by Emily Jensen and Laura Wifler, of the Risen Motherhood podcast. Although it is addressed to moms, the book is full of hope for all believers. The power of the gospel shines through for all situations and “everyday moments.”

Here is a brief excerpt from this book:

By placing our joy, trust, and hope in Christ rather than our situation, our hearts will have a solid, unwavering foundation to rest in regardless of our ever-changing environment…

Mom, God has not left you to battle the dragon aloe. Trust in the promises of God. Believe you are united with Christ. Exchange your worries, fears, and anger with the worship of our good and loving Father who sent his Son to battle on your behalf. Remember that nothing is meaningless in the Christian life. God uses wayward circumstances to reveal the waywardness of our hearts. Each day, as you feel the pressure mounting, the accusations accumulating, the temptations luring, look to Christ to be all you need. He is strong where you are weak. He is perfect where you fail. He is your fullness when you are empty. He slays the dragon when you need a hero.

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Consider: “Procrastinate on Purpose”

With a subtitle of “5 Permissions to Multiply Your Time” paired up with Procrastinate on Purpose as a title, this book sounds a little intriguing, does it not? Rory Vaden is a self-discipline strategist, and he uses this book to expound on a multi-step funnel to help make decisions on what is best to do at any given time. Below are several quotations from the book that may be of value to you — and may make you want to read the book…

You can choose to either be focused on things that matter or allow yourself to be swept away in a sea of distraction. (26)

One thing that is always more expensive than a good system is not having a system at all.
And each moment that you don’t do the things you know you should be doing, you are stealing from your future self. (99)

Anything you create a process for today saves you time tomorrow. (114)

There is a big difference between inaction that results from indulgence, and inaction that results from intention; one is procrastination and the other is patience. (151)

Food for thought. Enjoy!


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