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Hope For Mothers in a Chaotic World | ITC9

Hope For Mothers in a Chaotic World | ITC9

Welcome to Episode 9 of the In the City Podcast with Dr. Jonathan G. Smith. In this episode, Dr. Jonathan Smith discusses the subject hope and motherhood. Featuring his Mother’s Day sermon, he explains the crucial relationship between cultivating hope through faith.

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This Episode’s Topic: Mothers

To better understand why this issue matters, Jonathan opens the conversation with his observations on the challenge mothers face. So often the pressures placed on women facing mothers stem from the unrealistic expectations to seek both career and motherhood at the same time. The result, women, often are left torn over whether or not they are adequate moms or employees.

Feelings of inadequacy can mainly arise when children do not seem to measure up in the world’s eyes.

At the conclusion of this episode, Dr. Jonathan shares the story about his Nigerian parishioner and the radical terrorist group, The Fulani.

What You’ll Discover

  1. The principle that God cares for those on the edges of society as much as those in the center
  2. The vital link between hope and faith?
  3. The necessity to cultivate hope through careful meditation on scripture

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Have you ever considered the relationship between hope and faith?
What kind of challenges to mothers face in the world today?

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About The Author

Jonathan G. Smith

The Rev'd Dr. Jonathan G. Smith is the Senior Minister of Redeemer Church in Orlando, Founder of Grace Nation, and owner of Higher Purpose Coaching. His passion is to see people transformed by the Gospel, the liberating power of Jesus Christ.

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