Christian Moms Work at Home to Achieve Success

Francis Hirak asked:

Being a Christian mom, work at home mom, or a stay at home mom with a home based business, whatever you want to call yourself, you can add the word SUCCESSFUL to the front of any of those titles, because success is achievable for any of you.

A lot of times we let the world define the meaning of success and unfortunately we measure ourselves by the “world’s ruler”, instead of God’s, which is His Word. In His Word, God has given us many examples of successful women and none of their examples are hard to relate to. In Proverbs 31: 10-31, He tells us of the virtuous woman who “seeketh wool, and flax, and worketh willingly with her hands. She riseth also while it is yet night, and giveth meat to her household, and a portion to her maidens. She considereth a field and buyeth it: with the fruit of her hands she planteth a vineyard.” As you can see this Christian mom was very successful.

This woman actually made enough money to buy a piece of land that she turned into a vineyard to make even more money for her family! If God thought enough of this woman’s example to include her in the sacred scriptures, don’t you think there is something to be learned from her?

The Bible also mentions in I Timothy 5:14, “I will therefore that the younger women marry, bear children, guide the house…” It also states in Proverbs 14:1 “Every wise woman buildeth her house…” I’m not saying that as a woman you only have one responsibility and that is to stay at home and take care of you homes. What I am saying is that if this is the path you’ve chosen, you are to be praised and esteemed, not ridiculed and made to feel less of a contributor than your husband.

Christian moms raising their children to follow God’s way and to get the true understanding on how to live a Godly life, is this not also being a successful mom? There are many ways to define success. Success is the end result of something planned with achievement. Whether You’re a Christian mom who wants to stay at home and take care of the house or a mom who wants to join the work force, its all in what you achieve in the end that determines your success.

These days, there are many Christian moms taking advantage of both fields through starting a home based business that will allow them the time to take good care of their children and at the same time please their husbands. More and more work at home moms are discovering that through a home based business, it gives them the opportunity to schedule their time to be more flexible with the hours they work so that they can have more time with the family.

While staying at home and taking care of the house and your family, it is a great thing to be able to make some extra income. With the rising cost of living in America, every family I’m sure has thought of this in one way or another. However, being able to bring in extra income AND stay home…what a perk!!

Work at home Christian moms have the best of both worlds. They are able to raise their children themselves without having to worry about the influence of any other child care on their children. I’m not trying to say that building a Christian business at home is easy or that it happens overnight, but if you are diligent as the woman in Proverbs was diligent, it can work for you too! We all know that in this day and age that planting a vine yard is not feasible, but it is the pattern laid out for us to use as a guide.

Christian moms, work at home moms and Stay at home moms, have a wide variety of choices when it comes to achieving success through having their own home based business. All of you have been born with some talent that only you possess. If it is your desire to put that talent to use and start your own Christian business then you have to find that talent and put it to work for you. You will find, especially it if is something you enjoy, that it doesn’t feel like work so much. Setting your own hours is a plus that those in the normal work force are certainly not getting.

Having your own Christian business allows you a bunch of Christian business opportunities for income. Think of the many ways that your family would benefit by having you home during the week. The child care factor alone is worth it’s weight in gold, not to mention the savings you would have in other areas of the home such as the use of a vehicle and all the up keep there is when it comes to the high cost of maintenance and so on.

Maybe you have little ones at home who aren’t in school yet and working during the day just wouldn’t work. Think about this…during nap times you have a little bit of time and also after the kids go to sleep at night. If you are doing something you love, it’s a lot easier to find the time to do it rather than if you feel like you are forced into or that you have to.

What is the difference between Christian moms who work at home and work at home moms? Christian moms are doing what they love and are successful because they stay focused on the task making every action count and being intentional. This kind of focus helps them, so as not to have any regrets because it directs them to make the most of their talents and their opportunities.

Christian moms are energetic and active causing them to have concrete results and stay focused. They prioritize their tasks according to it’s importance so they don’t lose their edge. Christian moms will take a large task and divide it into smaller ones to get the understanding of what kind of people they need to get the job done. They have the understanding to what is the most important step to accomplishment by determining who will be on their team.

Whether you’re Christian moms or a work at home mom or a stay at home mom, we all must have the understanding that Jesus spent three and a half years teaching the twelve disciples and how He delegated responsibilities to them. And as we can see the job got done! Accomplishment comes as a result of team work. Team work is the keyword that can bring it all together no matter how great the task.


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