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Risen Motherhood

Risen Motherhood

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Risen Motherhood

Risen Motherhood

Risen Motherhood

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A weekly podcast for moms. A space to remember we are not alone in our experiences, be challenged to have joy among the chaos, remember grace covers guilt, and seek the truth of the gospel above all else. This is a podcast for the imperfect mother, still learning, still growing and still fully recognizing she doesn’t have it all together - but comes everyday, to the base of the cross, to seek the one who does.

Latest Episodes

Change is a Good Thing, Part 2

As much as we may desire to live with eternal purpose and become more like Christ, some days we’re doing well just to keep the diapers changed—much less figure out how we can change. In this episode, Emily and Laura get practical about how we change into the image of Christ. Drawing from David Powlison’s book, How Does Sanctification Work?, they unpack five things that contribute to our growth in godliness. God is changing us and using our lives for something that matters as we live faithfully from one moment (or diaper change) to the next. We’re grateful to Christian Standard Bible, a Bible translation for everyone, for making this week’s show possible. Whether reading to a child or teaching in your women’s ministry, the CSB will be accurate, readable, and shareable. Find out more at csbible.com. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

27 MINMAY 6
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Change is a Good Thing, Part 2

Change is a Good Thing, Part 1

As you make the meals, change the diapers, settle the arguments, and fold the laundry day after day, do you ever wonder if any of it really matters? With so many immediate needs in front of us, it can be easy to lose sight of our eternal purpose. In this episode, Emily and Laura discuss some simple (yet profound) truths that help clarify our destination and goal as believers in Christ. When we remember that we’re being conformed to the image of Jesus and one day we’ll dwell with him for eternity, we can hold things loosely in this life and embrace our role as servants doing the Master’s work—even if it’s the same work day after day. We’re grateful to Harvest House Publishers for making this week’s show possible. Check out Love Made by Quina Aragon, Bible Infographics for Kids; and Courageous World Changers by Shirley Raye Redmond at harvesthousepublishers.com. For the rest of April, you can receive free shipping and 40% off most books purchased with the code STAYHOME. View Tr...

23 MINAPR 29
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Change is a Good Thing, Part 1

John Piper’s Encouragement for Moms in Suffering

Read alouds aren’t just for our little ones. We can find great encouragement and joy in having the word of God read over us and explained. So in this special episode, Emily and Laura invite John Piper to read and reflect on what he considers to be the greatest chapter in the Bible, Romans 8. As he walks us through this incredible passage, John Piper connects its themes of suffering and loss to motherhood, encouraging us that no matter how deep the waters of our suffering, God’s unshakeable love is deeper still. We’re grateful to Harvest House Publishers for making this week’s show possible. Check out Love Made by Quina Aragon, Bible Infographics for Kids; and Courageous World Changers by Shirley Raye Redmond at harvesthousepublishers.com. For the rest of April, you can receive free shipping and 40% off most books purchased with the code STAYHOME. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

18 MINAPR 22
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John Piper’s Encouragement for Moms in Suffering

Work and Motherhood: Finding God’s Faithfulness

All moms have important work to do—work in the home, the community, and the church. But income-producing work can bring unique challenges. So, in this episode, Emily and Laura invite four women to share about what they’ve learned as they balance work and motherhood, seeking to honor God and serve faithfully in every sphere of life. No matter what kinds of work we do, we can reflect the image of God who is always at work in the world and in our lives. We’re grateful to Crossway for making this week’s show possible. Check out Saints and Scoundrels in the Story of Jesus by Nancy Guthrie and get 40% off with a free Crossway+ membership. Offer valid through May 14, 2020. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

17 MINAPR 15
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Work and Motherhood: Finding God’s Faithfulness

Walking in the Spirit: An Interview on Faithful Motherhood with Jani Ortlund

Motherhood comes with lots of hard things—but by God’s grace, those very things can bring fruit in our lives. In this episode, Emily and Laura interview Jani Ortlund about some of the hard things she faced as a mom of young children, like fatigue, fear, and finances. Jani is a writer, speaker, and podcast host who ministers alongside her husband, Ray. She is a mother of four and grandmother of fourteen who remembers well the challenges of the little years. In the midst of the hard, she encourages us to keep seeking the Lord, trusting that he will gently lead us. We’re grateful to Harvest House Publishers for making this week’s show possible. Harvest House offers a wide variety of books, including: DadTired and Loving It by Jerrad Lopesand Bible Infographic for Kids. Find these books and more at harvesthousepublishers.com. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

39 MINAPR 8
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Walking in the Spirit: An Interview on Faithful Motherhood with Jani Ortlund

Keeping Up With Appearances: The Gospel & Makeup

When we say, “The gospel changes everything,” we mean everything! Even the way we think about makeup. Whether you’re a mom who loves it or hates it, wears it or doesn't, exploring our thoughts and feelings about makeup opens a window into our beliefs about beauty and identity. Join Emily and Laura in this episode for some fun conversation and gospel application as they consider how we can rightly enjoy beauty and be good stewards of our bodies, while ultimately finding our identity in Christ. We’re grateful to our generous donors for making this week’s show possible. Join them here, and help us bring gospel hope to moms everywhere. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

25 MINAPR 1
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Keeping Up With Appearances: The Gospel & Makeup

Ask Us Anything! Spring 2020 Edition

Whenever we ask the R|M community for questions, they range from lighthearted and practical to thought-provoking and theological, which makes the AUA show something special. In this one-hour episode, Emily and Laura answer listeners’ questions from how to survive motherhood without family support and how to protect children from negative influences, to how they maintain privacy for their families on social media and what their quiet time looks like. We hope as you listen, you’ll see how the gospel applies to everything and how we have freedom in Christ to serve our families in unique ways. We’re grateful to Christian Standard Bible for making this week’s show possible. Whether reading to a child or teaching in your women’s ministry, the CSB will be accurate, readable, and shareable. Find out more at csbible.com. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

75 MINMAR 25
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Ask Us Anything! Spring 2020 Edition

The Little Years Are Not the Lost Years

The Bible is the timeless word of God, but finding time to study it as a mom of young children can feel nearly impossible. Does it count as a quiet time if we’re surrounded by noisy children? How is it possible that no matter how early we wake up for Bible study, our children seem to wake up earlier? The little years bring real struggles for spending time in God’s word, but there’s hope! In this special bonus episode, Emily and Laura share a chapter from their book, Risen Motherhood: Gospel Hope for Everyday Moments, called, “The Little Years are Not the Lost Years.” In it, they offer encouragement and practical tips for spending time in God’s word and growing in our love for the gospel, even during busy seasons of motherhood. We’re grateful to Crossway for making this week’s show possible. Check out Crossway’s ESV Scripture Journals and get 40% off with a free Crossway+ membership. Offer valid through April 17, 2020. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook,...

18 MINMAR 18
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The Little Years Are Not the Lost Years

When Motherhood Feels Lonely: Nurturing Friendship in Motherhood

On one hand, we may feel like we’re never alone as moms—even going to the bathroom often becomes a family activity! On the other hand, motherhood can feel lonely and isolating. Caring for our families often leaves little time and energy for nurturing our friendships. But we’re not meant to live in isolation—we need friends who point us to Christ and encourage us in our mission! In this episode, Emily and Laura invite four women to share their thoughts on navigating friendship in the busyness of motherhood. Though we may need to adjust our expectations and find creative ways to connect, we can still have meaningful friendships in the midst of motherhood. We’re grateful to Crossway for making this week’s show possible. Get Jen Oshman's new book, Enough about Me: Finding Lasting Joy in the Age of Self, 40% off with a free Crossway+ membership. Offer valid through April 10, 2020. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related res...

14 MINMAR 11
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When Motherhood Feels Lonely: Nurturing Friendship in Motherhood

How Do I Pray for my Kids?: An Interview on Faithful Motherhood with Kristie Anyabwile

Prayer seems like one of the most basic parts of the Christian life, but it can also be one of the most confusing. What exactly is prayer? What should we pray for? Are there things we shouldn’t pray for? How do we teach our kids to pray? In this episode, Emily and Laura discuss these questions and more with Kristie Anyabwile. Kristie shares from her wisdom and experience, encouraging us to go boldly and confidently to the Lord in prayer. We don’t have to do it perfectly, because we have a perfect Savior who is always interceding for us! We’re grateful to Crossway for making this week’s show possible. Get Jen Oshman's new book, Enough about Me: Finding Lasting Joy in the Age of Self, 40% off with a free Crossway+ membership. Offer valid through April 3, 2020. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

37 MINMAR 4
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How Do I Pray for my Kids?: An Interview on Faithful Motherhood with Kristie Anyabwile

Latest Episodes

Change is a Good Thing, Part 2

As much as we may desire to live with eternal purpose and become more like Christ, some days we’re doing well just to keep the diapers changed—much less figure out how we can change. In this episode, Emily and Laura get practical about how we change into the image of Christ. Drawing from David Powlison’s book, How Does Sanctification Work?, they unpack five things that contribute to our growth in godliness. God is changing us and using our lives for something that matters as we live faithfully from one moment (or diaper change) to the next. We’re grateful to Christian Standard Bible, a Bible translation for everyone, for making this week’s show possible. Whether reading to a child or teaching in your women’s ministry, the CSB will be accurate, readable, and shareable. Find out more at csbible.com. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

27 MINMAY 6
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Change is a Good Thing, Part 2

Change is a Good Thing, Part 1

As you make the meals, change the diapers, settle the arguments, and fold the laundry day after day, do you ever wonder if any of it really matters? With so many immediate needs in front of us, it can be easy to lose sight of our eternal purpose. In this episode, Emily and Laura discuss some simple (yet profound) truths that help clarify our destination and goal as believers in Christ. When we remember that we’re being conformed to the image of Jesus and one day we’ll dwell with him for eternity, we can hold things loosely in this life and embrace our role as servants doing the Master’s work—even if it’s the same work day after day. We’re grateful to Harvest House Publishers for making this week’s show possible. Check out Love Made by Quina Aragon, Bible Infographics for Kids; and Courageous World Changers by Shirley Raye Redmond at harvesthousepublishers.com. For the rest of April, you can receive free shipping and 40% off most books purchased with the code STAYHOME. View Tr...

23 MINAPR 29
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Change is a Good Thing, Part 1

John Piper’s Encouragement for Moms in Suffering

Read alouds aren’t just for our little ones. We can find great encouragement and joy in having the word of God read over us and explained. So in this special episode, Emily and Laura invite John Piper to read and reflect on what he considers to be the greatest chapter in the Bible, Romans 8. As he walks us through this incredible passage, John Piper connects its themes of suffering and loss to motherhood, encouraging us that no matter how deep the waters of our suffering, God’s unshakeable love is deeper still. We’re grateful to Harvest House Publishers for making this week’s show possible. Check out Love Made by Quina Aragon, Bible Infographics for Kids; and Courageous World Changers by Shirley Raye Redmond at harvesthousepublishers.com. For the rest of April, you can receive free shipping and 40% off most books purchased with the code STAYHOME. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

18 MINAPR 22
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John Piper’s Encouragement for Moms in Suffering

Work and Motherhood: Finding God’s Faithfulness

All moms have important work to do—work in the home, the community, and the church. But income-producing work can bring unique challenges. So, in this episode, Emily and Laura invite four women to share about what they’ve learned as they balance work and motherhood, seeking to honor God and serve faithfully in every sphere of life. No matter what kinds of work we do, we can reflect the image of God who is always at work in the world and in our lives. We’re grateful to Crossway for making this week’s show possible. Check out Saints and Scoundrels in the Story of Jesus by Nancy Guthrie and get 40% off with a free Crossway+ membership. Offer valid through May 14, 2020. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

17 MINAPR 15
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Work and Motherhood: Finding God’s Faithfulness

Walking in the Spirit: An Interview on Faithful Motherhood with Jani Ortlund

Motherhood comes with lots of hard things—but by God’s grace, those very things can bring fruit in our lives. In this episode, Emily and Laura interview Jani Ortlund about some of the hard things she faced as a mom of young children, like fatigue, fear, and finances. Jani is a writer, speaker, and podcast host who ministers alongside her husband, Ray. She is a mother of four and grandmother of fourteen who remembers well the challenges of the little years. In the midst of the hard, she encourages us to keep seeking the Lord, trusting that he will gently lead us. We’re grateful to Harvest House Publishers for making this week’s show possible. Harvest House offers a wide variety of books, including: DadTired and Loving It by Jerrad Lopesand Bible Infographic for Kids. Find these books and more at harvesthousepublishers.com. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

39 MINAPR 8
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Walking in the Spirit: An Interview on Faithful Motherhood with Jani Ortlund

Keeping Up With Appearances: The Gospel & Makeup

When we say, “The gospel changes everything,” we mean everything! Even the way we think about makeup. Whether you’re a mom who loves it or hates it, wears it or doesn't, exploring our thoughts and feelings about makeup opens a window into our beliefs about beauty and identity. Join Emily and Laura in this episode for some fun conversation and gospel application as they consider how we can rightly enjoy beauty and be good stewards of our bodies, while ultimately finding our identity in Christ. We’re grateful to our generous donors for making this week’s show possible. Join them here, and help us bring gospel hope to moms everywhere. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

25 MINAPR 1
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Keeping Up With Appearances: The Gospel & Makeup

Ask Us Anything! Spring 2020 Edition

Whenever we ask the R|M community for questions, they range from lighthearted and practical to thought-provoking and theological, which makes the AUA show something special. In this one-hour episode, Emily and Laura answer listeners’ questions from how to survive motherhood without family support and how to protect children from negative influences, to how they maintain privacy for their families on social media and what their quiet time looks like. We hope as you listen, you’ll see how the gospel applies to everything and how we have freedom in Christ to serve our families in unique ways. We’re grateful to Christian Standard Bible for making this week’s show possible. Whether reading to a child or teaching in your women’s ministry, the CSB will be accurate, readable, and shareable. Find out more at csbible.com. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

75 MINMAR 25
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Ask Us Anything! Spring 2020 Edition

The Little Years Are Not the Lost Years

The Bible is the timeless word of God, but finding time to study it as a mom of young children can feel nearly impossible. Does it count as a quiet time if we’re surrounded by noisy children? How is it possible that no matter how early we wake up for Bible study, our children seem to wake up earlier? The little years bring real struggles for spending time in God’s word, but there’s hope! In this special bonus episode, Emily and Laura share a chapter from their book, Risen Motherhood: Gospel Hope for Everyday Moments, called, “The Little Years are Not the Lost Years.” In it, they offer encouragement and practical tips for spending time in God’s word and growing in our love for the gospel, even during busy seasons of motherhood. We’re grateful to Crossway for making this week’s show possible. Check out Crossway’s ESV Scripture Journals and get 40% off with a free Crossway+ membership. Offer valid through April 17, 2020. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook,...

18 MINMAR 18
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The Little Years Are Not the Lost Years

When Motherhood Feels Lonely: Nurturing Friendship in Motherhood

On one hand, we may feel like we’re never alone as moms—even going to the bathroom often becomes a family activity! On the other hand, motherhood can feel lonely and isolating. Caring for our families often leaves little time and energy for nurturing our friendships. But we’re not meant to live in isolation—we need friends who point us to Christ and encourage us in our mission! In this episode, Emily and Laura invite four women to share their thoughts on navigating friendship in the busyness of motherhood. Though we may need to adjust our expectations and find creative ways to connect, we can still have meaningful friendships in the midst of motherhood. We’re grateful to Crossway for making this week’s show possible. Get Jen Oshman's new book, Enough about Me: Finding Lasting Joy in the Age of Self, 40% off with a free Crossway+ membership. Offer valid through April 10, 2020. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related res...

14 MINMAR 11
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When Motherhood Feels Lonely: Nurturing Friendship in Motherhood

How Do I Pray for my Kids?: An Interview on Faithful Motherhood with Kristie Anyabwile

Prayer seems like one of the most basic parts of the Christian life, but it can also be one of the most confusing. What exactly is prayer? What should we pray for? Are there things we shouldn’t pray for? How do we teach our kids to pray? In this episode, Emily and Laura discuss these questions and more with Kristie Anyabwile. Kristie shares from her wisdom and experience, encouraging us to go boldly and confidently to the Lord in prayer. We don’t have to do it perfectly, because we have a perfect Savior who is always interceding for us! We’re grateful to Crossway for making this week’s show possible. Get Jen Oshman's new book, Enough about Me: Finding Lasting Joy in the Age of Self, 40% off with a free Crossway+ membership. Offer valid through April 3, 2020. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE

37 MINMAR 4
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How Do I Pray for my Kids?: An Interview on Faithful Motherhood with Kristie Anyabwile

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