Carolyn Mahaney writes on: A Homemaker’s Dilemma

John Piper answers: Is it ok for moms to have jobs outside of the home?

“Marriage is a vocation. It is a task to which you are called. If it is a task, it means you work at it. It is not something which happens. You hear the call, you answer, you accept the task, you enter into it willingly and eagerly, you commit yourself to its disciplines and responsibilities and limitations and privileges and joys. You concentrate on it, giving yourself to it day after day in a lifelong Yes.” –Elisabeth Elliot, Let Me Be a Woman, p. 102

A pastor tackles the perennial dilemma: Should Christian moms stay at home or pursue a career? I think he nails it when he points out it’s not about staying at home or going out to work, but it’s about who you love – others? or yourself?

A series of posts from Girltalk on Strength for a Weary Mom

John Piper answers: How can eternity influence a mother’s daily tasks?

Tim Chester shares: How to wash up to the glory of God?

Wendy Alsup writes: For Moms, Former Moms and Wannabe Moms. “Motherhood is not the greatest good for women.”

Nancy Wilson shares wisdom with new mums on how to give and receive advice from friends.