A podcast for moms. Join us as we explore how the ancient scriptures apply to modern motherhood and provide the framework for finding answers to your specific questions. As part of the greater Risen Motherhood ministry, in-depth, topical mini-series are released periodically.
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Each day is filled with decisions and we’re anxious to make the right ones. We live in a world where information is right at our fingertips—but as moms, we need something deeper and never-changing. Even when knowledge is helpful, no amount of Interne... more
Wouldn’t it be nice if we could keep all of the plates spinning? Never missing a school activity, always having the kitchen clean and ready, and even having time to sprinkle in a little self-care . . . and yet, many of us feel our to-do list getting ... more
We love a good mom hack, but we’ve yet to find one that makes motherhood feel like a breeze. Whether it’s that first all-nighter with a newborn or the tough conversations that come as our kiddos get older, motherhood brings *all* the opportunities to... more
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This is my favorite podcast BY FAR! It has been a huge encouragement to myself and other mom friends I have. Thank you, Risen Motherhood, for taking the time to record these and encourage all of us in our faith.
Love, love, love listening to this podcast! Practical help through the lens of scriptures. It’s so important to be pointed back to see what God’s Word says and not just what they think. So helpful!!!
I have followed Risen Motherhood for a while, but finally listened to a podcast. 🤯After listening to one episode I decided to deep dive back to the beginning of their show. I have been listening to the podcast on my drive to and from work and I overall feel calmer and ready to tackle the craziness of coming home to my 1&3 year old. Not perfect, but I feel more patient and understanding. We’ll see how fast I catch up to the current episodes and have to wait for the next one!
This is exactly what I needed and more. As a first time mom, I find myself getting knocked off my feet over and over again by my own imperfect self and how that can be revealed through motherhood. I am so in need of God’s grace and this show has helped me receive it and be transformed by it. I truly believe your show is helping me become a better mom. Thank you for your wisdom and honesty!
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Risen Motherhood launched 8 years ago and published 243 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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