The Lies Moms Believe | Rebekah Hargraves | Ep. 69

The Lies Moms Believe | Rebekah Hargraves | Ep. 69

Jun 30, 2019

 “Your post-partum body isn’t good enough.” 

“You should feel guilty for working as a mom.” 

“My success as a mom is dependent on how my children turn out.”

“You are enough all on your own.”

Have you believed one of these lies? I certainly have – all of them, actually, at one time or another! 

In today’s episode, I chat with Rebekah Hargraves about the lies we as women and mothers often believe. Each of us shares a few things we have wrongly believed and lived according to. Rebekah shares with us what she has learned about 2 Corinthians 10:5 – “taking every thought captive” – rather than be controlled by them.

When we believe lies we are being burdened by a yoke of slavery we were already freed from in Christ! Why would we stay there? This episode will help you identify some of the lies you may be believing as a mom and reorient yourself to the truth that sets you free.

Rebekah Hargraves is a wife, mama of two littles, blogger, podcaster, and author whose passion is to edify, equip, and encourage women in their journey of Biblical womanhood, particularly with an emphasis on the gospel and its implications for everyday life. Rebekah’s first book, “Lies Moms Believe (And How the Gospel Refutes Them)” released the fall of 2017, and the “Lies Moms Believe” Companion Bible Study came out March 30, 2018. You can find Rebekah on her website, Hargraves Home and Hearth, on Instagram, or on iTunes via The Home and Hearth podcast.

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