(NEW) What’s Your Mom Type?
Ever feel like you’re not enough as a mom? Most moms do. The pressure to be everything to everyone, which comes from an unrealistic definition of “a good mom,” dilutes your strengths, kills your contentment, and wears you out. Instead, Dale will teach you about your slice of God’s image, the unique portion of God’s character that you were chosen to reflect both to your family and the world. Whether you are a Doer, Connecter, Improver, or Stabilizer you’ll walk away with a renewed sense of purpose and an fresh perspective of your place in God’s family.
(NEW) Self-Care for Your Mom Type
Parenting can be exhausting at times and if you’re not careful, you can become depleted with little left over to love and serve your family. You need rest and refreshment, but sometimes guilt and a fear of selfishness can keep you from getting what you need. In this talk Dale will reframe self-care by demonstrating its presence in Jesus’ life and demonstrating the 3 main benefits for your spiritual life. After taking a quiz to determine your self-care priorities and your mom type, you’ll learn the 6 stressors of your Mom Type and the 5 things you need to restore your soul.
(NEW) Finding the Abundant Life as a Mom
Do you feel overwhelmed by the seemingly endless needs of your family? Are you tired and depleted wondering how you are going to get it all done? Do you ever feel resentful, like you are doing all the work, and you have no choice but to make it happen? Or do you feel insecure sometimes thinking that you are not good enough or something is wrong with you? Not to worry–help is on the way. Dale will teach you about three specific life coaching tools to help each mom find balance, make wise decisions, and live confidently so that you can live life to the full.
The Invisible Mom: Does Anyone See Me?
Do you ever feel invisible as a mom? Do you ever feel unnoticed and unappreciated by your family despite how much you love and serve them? Are you a good girl who works hard to be seen by those around you? Looking at Hagar, an invisible woman from the book of Genesis who came to know “the God who Sees Me”, Dale shows us how the experience of being seen by God can transform our people-pleasing behavior into more authentic living filled with freedom and rest. You will also learn how to see yourself, your husband, your children, and your God in new and encouraging ways.
Rest for our Weary Souls
Never Stop Improving. That is the motto of Lowes Home Improvement store and the motto of many of us who seek to make life better for ourselves or someone we love. And yet this attitude of striving is a tiring way to live. Dale shows us through her own experience that our distorted view of God and our weak consciences that drive this behavior can be redeemed by a the simple invitation from Jesus.
The season of thanksgiving is a wonderful time to reflect on our many blessings but do you ever struggle to feel grateful? Gratitude doesn’t always come easy. Dale examines our attitudes of striving that keep us from celebrating our victories, our tendencies to live in the past or the future and miss out on the wonder of the present, and the lack of acceptance that keeps us from our coming hope, so that we can start living with authentic and abundant gratitude.
The pressure to meet the demands around us is heavy, but even more so during the Christmas season. Dale shows us how the expectation found in the voices of Christmas past, present, and future can drown out the voice of God and keep us from the Christmas that God wants. She shows us the three elements of a true celebration that will release the pressure and focus our attention on Jesus.