When Your Children Aren’t Your Highest Calling

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5 Responses

  1. Val says:

    Thank you!

  2. Mary Carver says:

    Hi Jamie! I love this post so much. It’s something I’ve struggled with and debated over as a mom for years, and I appreciate the thoughtful way you’ve approached the topic. I have two hard-headed girls and I know for a fact that they are learning way more by watching me than by listening to anything I try to teach them. (A thought that is both freeing…and terrifying!)

    My name is Mary Carver, and I work for ForEveryMom.com, a Christian parenting site. I think our readers would love this post – and I wondered if you’d allow us to republish the post on our site. With your permission, I’d like to share the post while giving you full credit as author, linking back to the original post, and including your bio and head shot. What do you think? 🙂

  1. December 27, 2016

    […] This post originally appeared at GraceWalking.com. […]

  2. January 6, 2017

    […] Then the Enemy would keep saying, “You might as well stop because you aren’t doing enough. You can’t. You have young kids. You’re too busy with them.” But no, I didn’t want to listen because God has called me to disciple my kids in how to make disciples. This means reaching out and showing my kids God outside my house. […]

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