Why Your Work at Home Matters as a Woman

By Barbara Rainey | May 22, 2017 | 9 Comments

“Mommy, I like going to Miss Kitty’s house,” my young son shared from his car seat on the ride home.  Why, I asked. “Because it’s so warm.” I was surprised by his answer. Miss Kitty was a dear friend, a classy energetic woman in our small church who was widowed at age 58. I expected […]

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Imaging God in the Ordinary Chores

By Courtney Reissig | April 20, 2017 | 6 Comments

You might have heard the saying “Everyone wants a revolution. Nobody wants to do the dishes.” I don’t know about you, but I can relate to that. I’m all about revolutions, greatness, and saving people in Jesus’s name, but dishes? Laundry? Cleaning the bathrooms? Those chores hardly feel like the mountaintop experiences I have longed […]

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