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Discovering Your Identity as a Stay-at-Home Mom

Stay-at-home moms are a big topic here at Focus on the Family. I have great respect for them. They work hard from sunup to sundown, and they often don’t get acknowledged for who they are or what they do every day.

If you’re a stay-at-home mom who feels isolated, alone, or overwhelmed, I encourage you to listen to our Focus on the Family Broadcast “Discovering Your New Identity as a Stay-at-Home Mom.” Our guest is Jen Babakhan, who talked with me about God’s calling for mothers and why your role in the family is so important.

Jen knows the joys and struggles of motherhood. She is still in the trenches with two young boys of her own. She’s documented the transition from “career professional” to stay-at-home mom in her book, Detoured: The Messy, Grace-Filled Journey from Working Professional to Stay-at-Home Mom.

She reminds other stay-at-home moms that God sees you. Every diaper you change. Every sandwich you make and mess you clean up, He sees you.

Listen on your local radio station, online, on Apple Podcasts, via Google Podcasts, or on our free phone app. I urge husbands to tune in as well. Our conversation will equip you to better serve your wife.

Jen’s book is available for a gift of any amount. Visit our website for more information.

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