You’re now enrolled in Make a Rest Plan.
Your link to access the free mini-course has been emailed to you and is on it’s way.
But before you jump in:
If you’re looking for both rest and consistent time with God that refreshes and renews you spiritually after an exhausting week of parenting and work… even if your kids are still hanging around… I can help.
Watch this really quick video first.
If you feel like God has called you to do important work, but the rigor of leadership, parenting, and home management needed to accomplish it all is compromising your time with God and feeling like too much, then this community is exactly for you.
The Refreshed Moms Sabbath Rest Community
Welcome to the #1 community for mom leaders who desire to create a weekly 24-hour sabbath rest practice in order to deepen their relationship with God & sustain the work they feel called to do.
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Based on the support you need.
$5, $10, or $15 a month.
Creating a restful, fulfilling sabbath practice takes time. It is filled with nuances that are unique to you and your life season. No two journeys are the same.
But, the main goal will be to create consistency around your time with God so that he can begin guiding you into his desires for your rest as well as make room for what your heart is desperately craving.
I’ll serve as your guide and will cover the following lessons from my course:
A Mom’s Guide to Sabbath Rest: A step-by-step audio and video course that leads you in creating a refreshing sabbath rest practice that considers your unique home life, your season of parenting children, your work, and your worship.
I’ll help you unpack the theology behind the six days of work and one day of rest modeled by God during Creation in order to ignite your faith around his desires for your rest.
This module will begin chopping away at the practical considerations needed to begin enjoying a weekly 24-hour sabbath practice that refills and refreshes you, even during a season of motherhood.
How you rest may be drastically different than how your best friend rests, or your husband, or your kids. You gotta understand what activities (or non-activities) actually refill you, and sometimes that takes time to do. These lessons will help you craft your unique approach to rest for your current life season (because trust me, your needs change over time).
Do you do chores on the sabbath? Do you run your kids to their activities? Do you cook all the meals? Do you run errands? These lessons will help you consider how you need to approach your home management on your sabbath day in order to not feel the distracting mental weight of tasks you’re putting off in order to rest.
No matter if you have strong beliefs about minimizing your own screen time or currently feel like you overindulge a bit, these lessons are designed to help you “self-diagnose” what you need regarding screens in order to protect the rest you need on your sabbath day.
Enjoying a sabbath day may feel very “middle class.” Maybe it feels like it’s only for people who have enough money to support such a “luxury.” What about single moms who have to work seven days a week to make ends meet? What about lower-income moms holding down two jobs? Did God create sabbath rest for them too?
Short answer: Of course he did.
Long answer: Well, it’s in the course, but I’ll share my thoughts on God’s heart for all who desire sabbath rest to enjoy it, and what responsibility God has, as well as that of those with more material comfort have to help make this a reality for others.
I’m a wife, mom, ministry leader, and radio host… it’s really hard to juggle all the things. Refreshed Moms includes so many practical tools for moms and women who desire to live lives of impact. I’m thankful I found Deanna!
Deanna provides such actionable steps to avoid burnout as a mom who is also an entrepreneur, homeschooler, wife, and everything above! I am grateful for her and the community she has built.
We are all so over-stretched these days, and Deanna provides not only the much needed permission to rest, but incredibly valuable resources to help us actually make rest happen.