Celebrating Mom

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Your birthday, an anniversary, Mother’s Day–these days can be a complicated combination of expectation, anticipation, joy, and delight, often mixed with disappointment and resentment when what we’ve imagined is a far cry from what the day delivers. Annie and Jolly share their experiences with this familiar cycle by discussing some occasions where they were left deflated after a special day and by sharing what they have learned over the years that has allowed for the depth of understanding to flourish and freedom from resentment on these high-stakes. Joy is found in Christ’s mighty call, allowing for these special days with children to be fulfilling and abundant!

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    • You are SO welcome, Nancy. So sorry I missed this comment originally. We know this topic is so real for all of us. WE celebrate you every day and we know you are so dear to your precious domestic church!

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