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Emily Jensen

Emily has a lifelong love of writing, with a heart for sharing gospel-centered biblical application with women. She has been married to her husband for 6 years, and has 4 young boys. When she isn’t sweeping food off the floor or keeping twins from jumping off of furniture, she loves studying scripture and sharing with women through her writing. Emily’s work has been republished on collaborative websites, translated into other languages and shared on popular mom blogs. Whether it’s in the early hours of the morning, during weekly studies or annual seminars, she regularly engages opportunities for theological study and growth in the gospel.

 
 
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The Pharisee Mom

The longer I'm a Christian, especially as I gain knowledge about the Bible, I realize I risk looking more like the Pharisees than like Christ.

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The Gospel (for Moms)

Moms need refreshing truth to be repeated over and over and over. In every moment when we think are doing good enough job and when we think we are the worst mom on the planet.

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The Sluggish Woman

No matter what it looks like on the outside, we can see from the study of Proverbs that the sluggish woman is going to come up against great hardship, sorrow, and even death (apart from Jesus).

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4 Things I've Learned in 4 Years

It's amazing to look back and see how much has changed! I'm not an expert on marriage, but here are a few things I've gleaned by the grace of God in the years we've been married.

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5 Reasons for Motherhood

If I step out of the mental vortex of motherhood for a minute, I can remember what it felt like to be a young woman looking ahead to the stage of babies and young children.

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Christian Zeal

A person who has zeal for Jesus gives their whole life and heart to him as a living sacrifice, withholding nothing for themselves or their own agenda.

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