Posted On April 27, 2021

Shelbi and Kimberly welcome special guest Marci Ferrell (thankfulhomemaker.com) as they discuss the biblical call for women to be “workers at home.” Together they tackle fundamental questions like, “Why should homemaking be such a big priority?” as well as practical problems like, “How do I balance competing responsibilities inside and outside the home?” Most importantly, they explore the beautiful ways in which homemaking intersects with Christ’s sanctifying work and our hope of future glory.

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