So, my crew finally broke. We came down with a group case of the “COVID crazies” last week when torrential thunderstorms forced us to stay inside for five days straight.

It was too much for us to handle. My kiddos threw back-to-back tantrums. My husband landed in a mopey funk. And I, after months of pondering it, finally broke down and cried. Fortunately, God always uses the valleys for our good and His glory 🙂

So, my crew finally broke. We came down with a group case of the “COVID crazies” last week when torrential thunderstorms forced us to stay inside for five days straight.

It was too much for us to handle. My kiddos threw back-to-back tantrums. My husband landed in a mopey funk. And I, after months of pondering it, finally broke down and cried. Fortunately, God always uses the valleys for our good and His glory 🙂

Last week, the “SBC this Week” podcast interviewed J.D. Greear, the current President of the Southern Baptist Convention. During the interview, he listed his goals for the convention of churches, one of which was to ‘get women off the sidelines‘. While President Greear sounds genuinely committed to helping women, this goal really bothered me as a biblically-faithful mama. What was he trying to say? When I am ministering in my home, am I not a good ‘partner in the Gospel’ and serving where God wants me to be? Is the work done outside the home the only Gospel work that matters?