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Purposed Parent Connected Child Podcast Episode 086 - Navigating the Challenges of Being a Christian Working Mother

Purposed Parent Connected Child Podcast Episode 086 - Navigating the Challenges of Being a Christian Working Mother

Welcome to the Purposed Parent/Connected Child podcast – Episode 086 – Navigating the Challenges of Being a Christian Working Mother

Thank you for taking time to share your day with me. I pray this podcast deepens your walk with Jesus and your children.

During forty-five years of parenting two sets of children, I’ve been the mother who worked full-time outside the home while parenting my first set of children in the eighties and nineties. I’ve also been the stay-at-home mother who homeschooled my second set of children, and am now a Christian parenting and mindset coach and a podcaster with my second set of children.

Over the years I have experienced many emotions and feelings as I navigated what I had to do and what I was called to do. I’m not sure which season you’re currently living in, but there is such a difference in doing what you feel you have to do versus what God is calling you to complete. Where are you in your life?

I understand many women have careers they absolutely love, careers they may have known they would have since they were children. But I’ll be honest. When I worked outside the home, I dreaded almost every day I went to work. The first twelve years were the hardest. After I switched jobs going to work was more enjoyable, but my heart still yearned to be at home. I remember in one of the facilities I worked in, there was a bathroom stall that had a window. I used to look out and dream of a time when I would be able to be home and not have to go to work for the money our family needed. I felt like my heart was shriveling up and the passions and dreams God gave me were being wasted. Although I tried to follow some of them in the bits of time left from working, I always felt torn and confused. How was I supposed to reach my goals when I had important duties as a wife and mother, but had to work outside the home, and had so little time? I remember feeling guilty and never fulfilled. Have you ever felt that way?

Later, when I was in my early forties I would sit at my desk at work and daydream about how I would change the way I had parented if I had the opportunity to redo those early years. I missed my children being little, and felt like I had been cheated out of moments and memories, because I was aways at work. By this time my first two children were young adults, and because I didn’t feel like I was an empty-nester longing for years passed, I wondered why I was having these thoughts. In hindsight, I understand that I had since matured my relationship with Christ, and God was preparing me for the beautiful plans He had in store for me. It was the beginning of a journey I never dreamed I would take, but it has fulfilled me more intimately and deeply than any dreams I imagined for myself. Isn’t that always the way with the One who created us?

I share this portion of my personal story because I want you to know you’re not alone. Whether you are a working mom inside or outside of the home, what you do is important. You may have a career that you knowyou were created to do or you may have to bring in money to cover food and bills. Either way, I hope you are following God’s plan for your life. I hope that you rely on Him to carry you through the difficult and discouraging times. Life definitely throws us both.

When my husband and I got married right out of high school, I was seventeen; he was eighteen. When I say we were financially challenged, it’s an understatement. When we married we had one thousand dollars in our bank account and it quickly disappeared as we had deposits to place on our first apartment, bills to pay, and food to purchase. Thankfully, we had supportive family, especially my in-laws. After adding two children and multiple medical bills, I finally resigned myself to the fact that I had to go to work outside of the home in order to make ends meet. At that time our son was three years old and our daughter was almost six. I had been babysitting children as they grew to that age, but that very small amount barely contributed to our needs.

Mom guilt quickly appeared when I began working outside the home. My daughter’s kindergarten teacher didn’t help when she called to tell me my daughter disliked me working and wanted me to stay at home. The babysitter I hired through referral from a friend at church ended up calling me at work to tell me she was upset that my three year old son had discovered her gun and was carrying it around the house. What?! I probably don’t need to say this, but of course, I immediately took him from that environment. I left work early to bring him home that day and he never went back. If she couldn’t keep a weapon from my three year old, what other dangers were surrounding him at her place? Where did she keep her gun that he could find it so easily? I was astounded. Finding quality child care at an affordable price was so challenging! I felt trapped as a woman and a mom. My goodness! Have you been there?

The difficulties of dealing with strong personalities at work, finding quality, safe daycare, combined with making sure the family ate, the house stayed clean, and navigating thoughtless, untrue remarks from an extended family member yet still maintain a relationship with them left me exhausted. That basic feeling of being exhausted never left during the twenty-one years I worked outside the home. In fact my health deteriorated while working outside the home and I began losing weight when I didn’t need or intend to.

My life schedule also had to become very well-planned and limited. I didn’t have time for everything I wanted to do in my life, and I wanted to put my husband and children first. I have never enjoyed cooking, so I used our family wall calendar to solve the “what are we going to have for dinner when I get home from work and have so much to do” situation by charting my meals. On that calendar I wrote the meal planned for that day. I would cook for one week on Sunday afternoons and package up the meals to store in our extra refrigerator in the garage. This method allowed us to always have meals ready. When we were ready to eat, the food just needed to be heated. Of course, we could switch days if we wanted something different, but the point is that food was prepared and no one had to question what to eat. We didn’t spend hard-earned cash on eating out and the food was healthy and filling.

Weekends were busy with cleaning the house in the moments between games, events, and trying to make time for my hearts true desire - writing. Eventually, I began assigning chores to the family so everyone could pitch in to complete the work together. At the time I felt like a failure that I couldn’t do it all myself, but despite an extended family member telling me that it was the role of the woman to clean, I forged on with my plan and am so glad. My husband didn’t mind pitching in as long as he knew what to do. He’s the type who doesn’t usually think of what to help with on his own, but gladly helps when asked. By helping, my children learned skills they would need later in life, and I was able to feel like I could breathe easier knowing home basics weren’t neglected. How do you handle the chore load at your home?

It's not easy to be a working mom. Expectations from work, home, family, and self can cause women to suffer from anxiety, depression, resentment, guilt, and more. Those burdens can leave little time for the one solution that can lift a woman out of the pit of pressures. The Lord. When I became a Christian I was in my twenties. Shortly after, I began working outside of the home.

I’d been hurt by the church we attended when I first found Christ. In error, I had placed those members on a pedestal, instead of rightly placing Christ in that position. When I wasn’t treated well, we stopped going to that church. I began using Sunday morning time to clean and cook, or do whatever needed to be completed before I went back to work the next day. I always felt like there was a ticking clock that zapped the time and my energy over that two day, short weekend. It felt so unfair to work 5 days and only have two to feel like I was really living. Am I the only working mother who feels that way?

How much different it would have been if I had remained faithful in following Jesus intentionally and maturing my walk with Him. I’ve learned that when we make any amount of time for Him, we crave more. Once we make time for Him, we discover that we actually have much more time than we imagine. The Lord seems to multiply time like He did with the bread and fish long ago. Working women always seem to crave a better balanced schedule. The missing piece is usually time with Christ. Jesus sets all things free.

Following Jesus is crucial in daily living. As believers we understand that truth. However, we don’t always live it. Sometimes we deceive ourselves and think we are. Sometimes we love Him with all our heart, but don’t know how to make more time for Him. Sometimes we have time, but don’t stop to hear what He is calling. Where do you fall?

One thing I know to be true is that Jesus won’t lead you astray. He cares for you. Your time, schedule, family, health, and finances are all important. He has plans with a purpose set for you. He longs for you to seek Him and see the purpose He desires, the purposes that will fill your heart and home with a joy, peace, love, and beauty you never imagined.

Today I want to address struggles, demands, and solutions that may help working moms, whether they are earning a living from inside oroutside the home. A working mom shoulders added responsibilities that can either cause her to lift up praise and gratitude to the Lord or pull her away from Him as she struggles to survive.

First, let’s look at a fact that working mothers often have to deal with – approval. Many working mothers wonder whether God really gives approval for women to work. Some people fall into the camp that God calls women to stay home, while others believe God allows women to work. Which is true? What do you and your family believe?

Each of us have seasons in our life. God understands our seasons. He expects us to cling to Him despite the season we’re in. He desires that we seek Him first, make time to prayerfully hear His guidance, and stay in His Word. He must come before all else.

God has crafted different purposes into each of us. What God has created you to do is different than what I am purposed to complete. When we purposely mature our walk with Him, God guides us to step into the desires we didn’t even know were in our heart. But only when we humbly submit and follow where He leads. Some of us were meant to complete tasks that require us to be out of the home. We must be extra diligent not to neglect the important duties and privileges of being a mother and wife. We must also ensure that we don’t find our identity there. Identity must come through Jesus.

I don’t believe God ever commanded women not to work. Read Proverbs 31:10-31, which says, “A wife of noble character who can find? She is worth far more than rubies. Her husband has full confidence in her and lacks nothing of value. She brings him good, not harm, all the days of her life. She selects wool and flax and works with eager hands. She is like the merchant ships, bringing her food from afar. She gets up while it is still night; she provides food for her family and portions for her female servants. She considers a field and buys it; out of her earnings she plants a vineyard. She sets about her work vigorously; her arms are strong for her tasks. She sees that her trading is profitable, and her lamp does not go out at night. In her hand she holds the distaff and grasps the spindle with her fingers. She opens her arms to the poor and extends her hands to the needy. When it snows, she has no fear for her household; for all of them are clothed in scarlet. She makes coverings for her bed; she is clothed in fine linen and purple. Her husband is respected at the city gate, where he takes his seat among the elders of the land. She makes linen garments and sells them, and supplies the merchants with sashes. She is clothed with strength and dignity; she can laugh at the days to come. She speaks with wisdom, and faithful instruction is on her tongue. She watches over the affairs of her household and does not eat the bread of idleness. Her children arise and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her: “Many women do noble things, but you surpass them all.” Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised. Honor her for all that her hands have done, and let her works bring her praise at the city gate.”

Did you notice the beautiful qualities and conviction of the Proverbs 31 woman? How easily we can compare ourselves to her seeming perfection. However, the truth is that through Christ you are free. Free of comparison. Free of the burdens you may carry from juggling all the things. It’s clear that the Proverbs 31 woman excelled at many things. That assures us she was following the path God laid for her. She wasn’t striking out on her own without consulting the Father.

What has God called you to do in this season? I don’t mean what do you think you are supposed to do. What do you know through prayerful certainty that God wants you to complete in this season of your life? Jesus never commanded you to live with stress or anxiety. He calls for you to live in peace. He provides that peace. We only find that beautiful fruit of the Spirit when we humbly and obediently submit to Him. Where is He asking you to be right now? What is He calling you to do?

We know that God has basic instructions that do not change.

God commands all mothers to do the following:

Love God - Mark 12:30 says, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.”

Trust God - Psalm 121:1-3says, “I lift up my eyes to the mountains—where does my help come from? My help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth. He will not let your foot slip—He who watches over you will not slumber.”

Follow God - Psalm 27:11 says, “Teach me Your way, Lord; lead me in a straight path because of my oppressors.”

God also requires devotion to Him first. Family second. He desires that you, no matter where you are in the work force - at home - or outside the home, to train the children He has entrusted to you in His truths and ways. Proverbs 1:8 says, “Listen, my son, to your father’s instruction and do not forsake your mother’s teaching.”

In order for your children to come to a life-saving knowledge of Christ as their Savior, you must make Him known to them. Many women who work struggle in this area. Time is short. They’re unsure of how to have enough time to get dinner on the table after helping everyone with homework, let alone find time to read the Bible so they can teach their kids about Jesus. What is your plan to do that if you are a full-time working mother? Can it be done? Of course, but you have to be even more purposedand ready to sacrifice short term for the long term investment of your child’s eternity with Christ.

It can be challenging for you as a working mom to make time to disciple your children. When you consider all of the trials a working mom faces, there’s barely enough time for the basics of living after she returns home each evening. As a working mom, you face normal life successes and challenges, as well as the following:

Time – It can be very difficult to leave the house when your child is sick, tired, or missing you. Sometimes they need more cuddle time or extra care. Even a mom working from home faces times when the kids need extra care even though she’s facing work deadlines. Isaiah 26:3 says, “You will keep in perfect peace those whose minds are steadfast, because they trust in You.” Use blocks of time to direct your children to the Lord through prayer, Bible readings, or devotions together. This is to be an ongoing lifestyle. On days when your children might have to support you through work deadlines, pray with them before you part ways and touch base as you can. Check back with them that evening and spend a few minutes with them to ensure that they are doing well. Depending on your child’s interests, you can take a short walk together at night to find time to explore and talk. You can take a drive together. You can work a puzzle together. You can pass a journal of feelings and thoughts to each other. Use your creativity to observe what would work best for your children and your situation. Of course, there are variables such as age, interests, maturity, etc. Seek God’s guidance in this area before you need it, so you have a strong foundation to build on. I know it can seem impossible to have time to do some of these suggestions, but to make time for these important ways to be together, you will cut out things in your life that don’t honor the Lord or are currently keeping you and your family from spending time together. You’ll always be busy and getting busier. When does parenting for Christ become the priority if it isn’t right now? The world won’t wait to influence your child away from Christ. Don’t give Satan a foothold.

Work/Family Balance – Working moms often feel they’re the only one who fails at work/life balance. The truth is that no one juggles everything well at all times. Keep your eyes fixed on what God is calling you to do or how He is leading you. Know that it is godly to say, “no” sometimes. Ensure that your “yeses” are reserved for what God lays on your heart to complete. Colossians 3:23-24 says, “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters, since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward.” In life, you will experience easier and more challenging seasons. Above all, keep your eyes and heart fixed above. Mentor and teach that lifestyle and decision-making to your children. They need to hear and see you put God first. Are you consistently mentoring the way?

Guilt – Guilt’s a feeling that’s easy to carry and let it weigh you down. While working, a mother might miss her children and lose focus while thinking of home demands. When at home, she may feel unfocused on her children due to work demands. She might believe she’s is failing at both jobs. Scripture tells us that Satan is always prowling to see who he can destroy. The devil is out to steal, kill, and destroy. This is why it is imperative to know God’s Word and ingest it daily. Knowing God through His Word is imperative. You cannot build a close relationship or understand where God is calling you or trust He is carrying you without knowing His Word, truths, and character. Philippians 4:6-7 says, “Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” Remember, God never causes you to feel guilt. He doesn’t condemn, but He will convict you. He will guide and guard you according to His Word. As you follow His plan for you, He will equip you for the job. God will also allow circumstances that draw you nearer to Him or cause you to depend on Him, rather than self. Be sure to consistently inhale God so you can exhale Him to your family.

Atmosphere/Operations of Workplace– Dealing with people can be the hardest part of working. Whether it be customers or co-workers, relationships can be extra challenging. Exodus 14:14 says, “The Lord will fight for you; you need only to be still." A working mother carries extra layers of responsibility when she is in the workplace. Not only are the logistics of getting to work daily challenging, but the relationships in the workplace can be as well. Maintaining a godly attitude, work ethic, and reactions are only possible through daily renewal through Christ. Not just knowing you believe in Him or you follow Him, but intentionally seeking Him in fellowship and living at His feet. Even more important, your time at home must reflect the Father you follow. Without relationship through Christ, you cannot cultivate a foundation of hope and trust in Him in your home. Without close relationship with Jesus, your children will not have a firm foundation building under their feet on which to establish a lifetime of faith. You are their first exposure to Jesus. How well are you showing Him?

Daycare Struggles (quality, pricing, hours) – It’s challenging to find a caregiver to love your child. When a family member watches your children it might be smooth or could cause more stress, depending on your situation. Finding a quality caregiver is one of the biggest concerns for a working mother. Also important is the consideration of the costs of working (travel, clothing, food, daycare, and more) if one is considering going outside of home to bring in additional income. Sometimes you find that it’s not worth the effort in the long run if you are able to cut costs in other areas. Seek what God’s good and perfect will Is for you. Romans 12:2 says, “Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—His good, pleasing and perfect will.” Sometimes the answer is to stay at home while your children are very young or find a way to work from home.

Expectations of others, whether it be a boss, co-worker, customer, family, or client, as well as hours worked, and distance or location of work, and whether traveling is required all play into more added burdens for the working mom. Anxiety hits when you feel overwhelmed. Philippians 4:8 says, “Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.” Our mind is a powerful tool. Choose to keep your mind fixed above and specifically ask God to protect your thoughts. Prayerfully ensure that you are following His will regarding work. Commit to knowing that you will never please everyone all the time. God first, husband second, family next. As important as work is, it comes last. Create the mindset that God will carry you through difficulties if you are listening to Hisguidance. Trust that He cares for you in every intimate way you need. Are you looking for ways He is doing so already? Are you praising Him before your children so they hear you and will be thankful for His provisions?

Communication with Husband – Sometimes, the person you love most gets shoved to the bottom of your to-do list at home. It can be challenging to find time for intimacy or quiet time with your husband. It’s important to have the proper mindset to take care not to neglect your relationship. One of the best ways I have strengthened my 45 year marriage is by praying together daily. It is a habit well worth establishing with your husband and children. James 1:19 says, “My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry.” Look at your spouse as a person God created and loves. Make time to speak to, and listen to your husband, as well as make time to pray and grow in the Lord together, which will help with the next section.

Lack of Support from Husband (in work/business) – Sometimes it’s hard to get help from your husband. Marriage is a two-person commitment and so is caring for the children and the home. While some believe the man should take care of “manly” chores like mowing or lawn work, and the woman should take care of the inside chores of the home, what works for your home and the interests and talents of you and your spouse are what need to be considered. If you love to mow and he likes to cook, take the roles you excel in to maintain the home and help your family flourish. When you work together, knowing you work for God - and then each other, housework and free time are accomplished a lot more easily. Ephesians 5:33 says, “However, each one of you also must love his wife as he loves himself, and the wife must respect her husband.” As you make time to grow your walk with God together, you will follow the loving commands He set forth for your relationship. Loving God first enables you to love each other more deeply. Love is sacrificial. Love listens. Love helps. I believe the closer your husband is following the Lord, the clearer He will hear promptings from you and God on how he should support you with the extra burdens you carry.

Spiritual Challenges – Sometimes it can be hard to hear God speaking when life is busy. As believers we know the Word tells us God is present. We also have the Holy Spirit living within us. If we can’t hear God speaking, we are moving too fast. It feels counter-productive and scary to slow down, especially when so much is left undone, but placing God at the top of your list in home and work life will give you peace and joy. Without active fruits of the Spirit, it can be impossible to hear Him speak and direct your ways. Don’t look at what others are doing. Set God first in your life and household and do what He has called for you. Galatians 6:4 says, “Pay careful attention to your own work, for then you will get the satisfaction of a job well done, and you won’t need to compare yourself to anyone else.” During the seasons you think you don’t have time for reading God’s Word, listen to it. Ensure that your children do as well. Discuss God’s Word and weave it into conversations, as well as ways to apply God’s commands and truths. You need God’s daily bread. Your spouse and children do, too. Even Jesus realized His need and ensured He spent time with God daily, then relied on the Father moment by moment.

Desire to Be Present with Kids (but also bring in income) – I don’t think there is a working mom who feels like she gets enough time with her children. Since time is limited, the most important thing you and your husband can do for your family is maintain close and growing relationship with Jesus and each other. Building that basic foundation will enable you to put everything else in order. Pay attention to your children in the small ways that matter. Cultivate time with them, no matter how brief. That one on one time and being there for them in important ways that feel small now will be remembered later. Ask God for guidance and insight into each child and ask Him to show you the way to help them build identity in Him and relationshipwith Jesus and you. Be present with those you love, not always on your phone or computer. Show joy in your eyes and body posture when they approach you. When you fail, acknowledge it and apologize to your loved ones. No one is perfect, but you will grow in your wisdom and stature with God as you humbly seek His ways and show them to your family. Philippians 4:13 says, “For I can do everything through Christ, who gives me strength.

God has commanded you to be the hands that bring His children to His feet.

Deuteronomy 6:5-9commands, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength. These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up. Tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them on your foreheads. Write them on the doorframes of your houses and on your gates.”

Time for Self – This may be one of the hardest. Time alone is certainly rare. A mom can’t even go to the bathroom alone. But if you’ll listen to an older mom for a moment. Everything I thought I needed to do when I was younger has lost importance when compared to what was completed for Christ. Don’t feel guilty when you need time for yourself. Maybe it’s your love language to take a bubble bath or go to coffee with a friend. Maybe you like long walks with your husband. Whatever speaks to your love language, you need to schedule. But always remember that nothing will complete you like time with God. What did Jesus do when He needed time alone? He used the time to rest in God and be in humble submission to Him. Jesus sought God in all things and in all ways. The Father was first. When you place God as the highest authority in your life, you will be Spirit-led and satisfied. How can you make time for Him before self?

Ask God to show you the way to fulfill your duties as a working mom, wife, and mentor of Christ to the children He has entrusted to you. Ask God to give you the joy He purposed for you in this time of your life. No matter where you work in your life at this time, you are in a season. It may be a season you enjoy, or one you can’t wait to finish. Rest in it with Jesus. Know that if you are following where the Lord leads, He is preparing you for the desires of your heart in ways that will honor and glorify Him. Above all, purpose what you are experiencing to enable you to become a set-apart woman who will raise her children to chase Christ over culture. Time is short. But the more you use it in intentional ways that draw you nearer to your Heavenly Father, the more influential you are to His children - for Him.

Dear Heavenly Father, How we need Your holy presence in our life. Thank you for making a way for us to reach You at any time. Jesus is the bridge that brings us to You Hallelujah! Father, we thank you for the provisions you make for us through the work of our husbands and our own hands. You know the needs we have, Father. As a woman, we care for much, our attention goes to all, and we constantly think and analyze the world around us. We are naturally intuitive and insightful because You made us that way. Our mind and heart hold so much and we carry the effects of that wherever we are, straddling across the work and home life. God, please comfort and carry us. We need Your strength to navigate the effects of working inside and outside of the home. It seems we’re never off duty and we don’t want to stray from the safety of Your care and loving arms. Please let nothing cause us to drift away from You. Help us continue to cling to You and grow in Your truths and purpose. Keep us on the road You have designed and equip us to carry our children to Your heart and feet. Help our marriages to grow stronger and our lines of communication to be strengthened as we encourage and equip each other in the paths You have called for us. Help us to be present with You and our loved ones in the season we are in and navigate it with Your strength and wisdom. In the precious name of Jesus we pray. Amen.

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