220: Why Your Work At Home Matters to God? with Courtney Reissig
Many segments of our contemporary society do not value work within the home. Other segments even look down on mothers that choose to stay at-home with the kids instead of “contributing” to society.
But the contributions you make at home, for fathers and mothers, matter significantly to God.
In this episode, Kenny interviews author, speaker, and blogger Courtney Reissig about her newest book Glory in the Ordinary about the meaning and value of mundane tasks in our homes.
When the work of the home fills our days, it is easy to get disillusioned and miss God’s great and grand purpose for our work. As image bearers of God, we were created to work. We contribute to society, and bring order out of chaos in every moment; no matter how small the tasks may seem.
Get a copy of Courtney’s Newest Book: Glory in the Ordinary
Get a copy of Courtney’s First Book: The Accidental Feminist
Check out Courtney’s Website: www.courtneyreissig.com
Courtney is a wife, mother, writer, and speaker. Born in California, raised in Texas, all with a couple stints in Michigan before finally graduating from Northwestern College (MN). She has an MA in Christian Ministries from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, where she met her husband Daniel. They live in Little Rock, Arkansas where they are the parents of four boys. They are members at Immanuel Baptist Church, where she serves as the Discipleship Content Director.