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Do you feel like you have to be the best at everything? The best mom. The best wife. The best sandwich maker. Or even the best Christian.
Today’s guest, author Scarlet Hiltibidal, knows exactly what it’s like to constantly strive for perfection. For Scarlet, trying to be the best at pretty much everything was her life story.
But in the midst of all her striving, she continued to fall short, failing to experience the joy and freedom that’s supposed to come with the gospel’s good news. She wouldn’t accept her brokenness … that is until she realized something revolutionary:
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Culture is always trying to convince you that “life balance” is possible. Everything you see is pushing the narrative that you can put equal work into a career, family, friends, faith, and self-care. But what if life isn’t about balancing all the things you do, but about doing what matters most?
Today, you’ll get a practical guide for doing what matters most in a get-things-done world. Authors Michelle Myers and Somer Phoebus open the door to a countercultural, gospel-centered conversation about the intersection of modern womanhood and work.
Would you say you’re a Mary or a Martha? It would be difficult to find an American Christian woman who hasn’t struggled to be more like Mary, the Christ-follower who sat at Jesus’ feet while her overworked sister, Martha, labored in the kitchen.
So, what if you are a Martha? Is that okay?
This often quoted Bible story from Luke 10 seems to suggest that wanting to serve, achieve, and accomplish things as Martha did was wrong. But today’s podcast guest helps us understand that’s simply not the case.
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In a world that applauds self-improvement, anxiety levels are at an all-time high. We feel pressure to lead, pressure to be productive, pressure to seize the day, and if you’re a parent … the pressure to parent well around the clock.
Well, today’s guest, best-selling author, Ruth Chou Simons, found herself squarely situated in that same camp, knowing there had to be a better way of living than chasing the world’s ever-changing, never-enough standard.