In this episode, Emily Allen interviews writer, mom, and musician Glenna Marshall about the heart behind hospitality, and how to overcome the obstacles to having people over in the messy motherhood season. They also discuss the importance of doing creative work as a mom, even though it doesn’t always feel like it fits in this busy time of life.
Glenna Marshall is a pastor’s wife, adoptive mom, infertility veteran, musician, and writer. She writes to connect the difficult and challenging circumstances in life to the truths found in the Word of God. Find her on social media in the following places: her blog Treasuring the Word in Every Season, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Essays on the Kindred Mom blog that are mentioned in this episode:
Simplicity and Front Doors by Glenna Marshall
The closing prayer was offered by Lindsey Cornett of The Drafting Desk.
Kindred Mom is a new and quickly growing online community dedicated to helping moms flourish in motherhood. Through honest and vulnerable real stories of motherhood, this community champions celebrating small victories and the beautiful things that happen when moms share both the triumphs and struggles of their journeys.
To connect with the Kindred Mom community, keep up with the essays that are shared on the blog at KindredMom.com.
AdoptTogether.org is the sponsor for this episode.