Christian Working Mom Interview for November
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Visit the Christian Working
Mom blog at www.kimberlychastain.com/my-journal
to share any Thanksgiving traditions you have and your
“Perfect Mother” stories. I will also post
the interview on the blog as well. Let’s encourage
Thanks for DeDe willing
to be interviewed this month. Still would love to have
more CWM’s who are willing to be interviewed.
Send an email to Kimberly@kimberlychastain.com
with interview in the subject heading. Enjoy the interview.
DeDe is a 45 year-old
CWM who lives in the United States. She is happily married
and has 3 children. A boy age 23, a girl age 14, and
a girl age 10.
She states the joys of
being a CWM are: The joy that I get out of being a Christian
Working Mom is that I am able to touch the lives of
others that are in the corporate environment and feel
that they are making it on their own. When things get
hard at work and I am able to allow Christ to show up
and do his work through me it just takes my breath away.
It also allows me to share with my children how to operate
in the world but not be apart of the world.
DeDe says the struggles
of being a Christian Working Mom are: Struggles come
when the heat is really on at work and I want to stay
home and just take care of my family. I have been a
stay at home mom and it did not work for us at the time,
so I know that this is where God wants me.
Bible Verses are: “Trust in the Lord with all
your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in
all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your
paths straight.” Proverbs 3:5,6 and “For,
I know the plans I have for you,” declares the
Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you,
plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah
Words of Encouragement
for other Christian Working Moms
While working we should
always seek God daily to find out who he wants us to
minister to that day. Your contact with another person
that may have a need will sometimes just be a “smile”
and a “hello”. Those simple things may open
the door for you to share with someone the Goodness
Thanks DeDe for sharing,
especially the words of encouragement. I agree about
divine appointments God makes for us each day to show
his love and care.
Till next time,
Kimberly Chastain, MS,
LMFT is the Christian Working Mom Coach and a Licensed
Marriage and Family Therapist. She is the author of
2 ebooks that can be found at www.christianworkingmom.com.
To schedule a free, initial coaching session send an
email to firstname.lastname@example.org.