Treasuring Christ When Your Hands Are Full

Treasuring Christ When Your Hands Are Full

Have you ever read the title of a book and thought the book was probably written just for you? Treasuring Christ When Your Hands are Full: Gospel Meditations for Busy Moms by Gloria Furman was that book for me and it did not disappoint.

Coffee Mugs and Truth

Coffee Mugs and Truth

I love sipping a hot beverage in a mug. Anytime of day. Anytime of year. But, I do tend to be picky about what I drink and sometimes I have to drink what I'm offered.

In this their first book together, Rachel Myers and Amanda Bible Williams (authors and ministry partners behind the rapidly expanding She Reads Truth ministry), use the analogy of coffee mugs to represent our present circumstances - a new job, financial strain, singleness, miscarriages and so on. When we look into our cups, Raechel explains, we can easily become “unaware of how temporary our circumstances are. They feel permanent to us. We may not be alone in our burdens, but we feel them pressing down on us just the same.”