Grace and Truth for Moms :: Lynne Jackson [Ep 296]

September 14, 2020 | 6 comments

As a mom of three, Lynne Jackson struggled to maintain the order and perfection she expected to have in her life. Conflicts with her oldest son especially left her feeling defeated, angry and fearful of the future. 

The Lord was speaking to me one day about some of these beliefs that I had. And in Ephesians 4:15, it talks about speaking the truth in love. And I felt like I heard his voice say, you are not speaking the truth in love to yourself, about you and your kids. And then I went on a journey to figure out what was really true.

Lynne shares how she learned to fight back against the toxic lies she believed about herself and her kids with God’s truth.  We talk about practical ways we can take time to process our feelings with God and with others so we can let go of expectations that hurt our families and can find freedom in our identity in Christ.

The goal to have perfect kids and be a perfect mom is just a setup for anger and despair. And it’s actually idolatry. The real truth that helps us let go of that chronic anger is it’s my job to parent wisely. My kid’s job is to learn over time, to respond wisely. And that’s a process.

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6 Comments

  1. Michele

    Lynn mentioned an article on their site about helping kids process what others say about them. I searched on their website but didn’t have any luck. Do you know the title?

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      • Rachel Aalund Griggs

        The “you are a daughter/ son of a king” speech was beautiful. Is that somewhere for us to read?

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        • Heather MacFadyen

          Just posted it! Thank you for asking for it. I think others will benefit as well!

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  2. Teri

    Yes with Rachel Griggs – is there a copy of the “daughter of a king” speech? I’d love to print it off.

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    • Heather MacFadyen

      thanks for asking for it! Just posted in this post. Appreciate you reaching out and asking for it. I think others will enjoy having it as well!

      Reply

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