You might be saying, “yes! I’m strong!” You could be saying, “I’m just not strong enough.”
Let’s look at this from the perspective of a S.T.R.O.N.G woman. She is Sensible, Teachable, Reliable, Obedient, Nurturing, and Giving. She relies on God for her strength and is gracious in her living. This woman is fearless because she trust in God, not because of who she is.
When I saw the image of Wonder Woman, I really did wonder. So, I’m just going to ask.
When does Wonder Woman have time to raise a strong woman? Will she also be building a healthy relationship with the child’s father, so that she can have a healthy family background that prepares her for life?
Ok, I know, that was two questions.
We want to raise our daughter’s to be strong, but we have to know that we have to do it God’s way. If we don’t, our daughters will struggle with the things that we ignored and gave no attention to. They will struggle with our disobedience and rebellion. They won’t have the power to overcome rejection, anxiety, or depression because we were too busy trying to save the world, instead of answering the call of God on our lives.
As a strong woman, are you answering the call to be present in your home and in your relationship with God or are your duties outside of your home requiring you to constantly step away from the call of Wife and Mom?