The “Mommy Wars” have found a place in the middle of a cultural discussion, recently appearing on the cover of Time magazine and surfacing in the Mitt Romney presidential run.
But the church is not immune to the temptation of competitive mothering, and we enlisted several Christian women to bring a biblical perspective to this cultural hot-topic.
As a wrap-up to last week’s five-part series, here is an index of links to all the posts along with brief excerpts pulled from each piece.
Are You Mom Enough? (Rachel Pieh Jones)
The message screamed at moms from this issue of Time, from television, Facebook, blogs, and Pinterest is: unless you are fit to run marathons, breastfeed into the preschool years, own a spotless and creatively decorated home, tend a flourishing garden, prepare three home-cooked meals per day, work a high-powered job, and give your husband expert, sensual massages before bed,…