The hope that moms don’t need”

Maggie Combs for the TGC:

But moms tend to put their hopes in long (okay, short) naps, obedient children, clean homes, successful goals, and ever-elusive alone time. These transient hopes may encourage for a moment, but they crumble at the first sign of pressure. Motherhood is a physical, emotional, and spiritual battleground; unfortunately, it has become all too common in Christian communities to offer moms failing and finite hopes to fight their battles, instead of the steadfast hope of the gospel.

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May 1, 2018 · culture · church · hope · parenting · infinite v finite · moms · tgc · Maggie combs

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