[Reading Writers] Gloria Furman: motherhood, mission & re-reading

Reading Writers with Gloria Furman

Busy moms often struggle to find time to read. So how can they do it? Today, I’m joined by Gloria Furman, author of several books including Missional Motherhood: The Everyday Ministry of Motherhood in the Grand Plan of God, to discuss this question and more on Reading Writers.

In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • What books our kids really dig;
  • Gloria and I discuss starting a support group for book hoarders;
  • Books worth re-reading;
  • What busy moms can do to keep reading; and
  • What beverage best accompanies Bavinck.

A few of the books and resources discussed in this episode

And be sure to follow Gloria on Twitter at @GloriaFurman.

Who will be on the next episode of Reading Writers?

Next week, Ted Kluck joins me to talk about the value of reading pop biographies, Iggy Pop, and whether or not he would have beat me up in high school.

Can I sponsor Reading Writers?

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