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9 Reasons to Be Thankful for Moms in Ministry

The awkward, embarrassing, and hilarious truth about balancing motherhood and ministry.

One Sunday after service, I was talking to a new family, getting to know them. My 2-year-old daughter ran up to me and asked to be held. While I held her on my hip and continued the conversation with the couple, my daughter started to squirm, so I set her back down. That’s when I learned why she’d run up to me. Her diaper was leaking, and I now had the leakage on my shirt. I cut the conversation short to get new clothes—for my daughter and me. —In Search of a Clean Shirt

Amy Jackson is managing editor of WomenLeaders.com and a former small-group minister.

May11, 2017 at 8:00 AM

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