Take a breath and refocus on the God-given and glorious task of motherhood.
At some point, all moms feel overwhelmed and exhausted, especially because motherhood takes time management to a whole new level. And what mom doesn’t want clarity around her purpose beyond just being a partner for her husband and a caretaker for her children?
In Moments with God for Moms, Karen Stubbs explores women and your role in motherhood through 365 devotions. You are invited to take a break from your demanding and sometimes overwhelming lifestyles, and step into a quiet moment with God every day.
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About the Author
Karen Stubbs is the founder and leader of Birds on a Wire, a ministry designed to equip moms through truth, encouragement and community. Karen is the wife of Greg Stubbs. They have four children, Kelsey, Emily, Taylor and Abby, and reside in Cumming, Georgia. After graduating from Auburn University, she and Greg moved to Virginia Beach where Greg served in the Navy as a fighter pilot. The Navy was where Karen gained her passion for motherhood and grew in her reliance on God to get her through the tough Navy years as a young mom. She is passionate about challenging moms to experience motherhood in the way God intended it for them and their families.
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The LORD is a warrior; the LORD is His name.
What’s a hashtag? It’s a way people post what they are doing: #loving-
life, #home, #lifeofamom. Here’s a question: If people were to look at
your life, what hashtag would they give you? Would it be #awesome-
woman, #gossip, #givingperson, #unfaithful or #servant? That makes
you think, doesn’t it? God had a hashtag in Exodus. It was #Warrior.
The point of today’s devotion is not for you to fi gure out a cool
hashtag for your post today. It’s deeper than that. When people look at
your life, are there any qualities that stand out? Obviously, we are way
more than #hashtags, but sometimes we need to pay attention to our
reputations. What do the people in your life feel after they have been
around you for an hour? Do they feel like they’ve lost a debate be-
cause you never lose an argument? Are they encouraged or confused?
I want people to be encouraged and feel loved after they hang out
with me. It’s a good idea to examine the fruits of the Spirit on a regular
basis (see Galatians 5:22-23) and allow those qualities to be what you
are known for – love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness,
gentleness and self -control.