Spirituality for Moms

“In the BK (before kids) era of my life, I was notoriously bad at quiet times. I lacked discipline. And, in the rare periods when I disciplined myself to have a daily quiet time, I quickly found my prayers felt inauthentic. Too often it was more about checking the time-with-God box than actually meeting God. So I dreaded to think what would happen to my already-spotty spiritual disciplines when I had kids!”

Read the rest of Kathy Tuan-MacLean’s article here.

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