TOPIC // Margin
# PARTS // 6-Part Study
SPEAKER // Sandra Stanley & Mandy Arioto
You're multi-tasking your way through motherhood—filling your calendar, draining your bank account, and missing out on memories along the way. You're efficient but exhausted, weighted down by more than the toddler on your hip and the diaper bag slung over your shoulder.
With one surprisingly simple invitation, God offers a way to trade your overwhelming pace for one that will finally bring you peace. This 6-week study will show you how. With a little humor and a lot of empathy, Sandra Stanley and Mandy Arioto will help you avoid burnout and find some breathing room, even in the trenches of toddlerhood.
BREATHING ROOM FOR MOMS PART 1
Culture has a lot to say to us moms about what we should do, who we should be, and how we can balance it all. But are those messages the right ones to be listening to? Is there another, better way?
BREATHING ROOM FOR MOMS PART 2
No one enjoys the frantic, frazzled pace of living without breathing room. So why do we do it? And how do we stop? The fix for our stuffed calendars and empty wallets starts with one surprisingly simple question.
BREATHING ROOM FOR MOMS PART 3
We’ve all tallied the shopping days left until Christmas or the school days left until summer. Could those countdowns be the key to finally bringing breathing room back to our busy lives?
BREATHING ROOM FOR MOMS PART 4
Jesus had a lot to say about money. But not because he wants something from us. He wants something for us. And our ability to accept just may be tied to our bank accounts.
BREATHING ROOM FOR MOMS PART 5
The most important people in our lives often end up with just our leftover time and attention. But an Old Testament story most of us have never heard gives us a catchphrase that may change that once and for all.
BREATHING ROOM FOR MOMS PART 6
In this final session, Mandy and Sandra sit down for a chat. They’ve made the case that life is better with breathing room. Now listen in as they share personal stories and helpful advice for making breathing room amid the realities of motherhood.